By Julie Neitzel   We frequently hear arguments that the rich are not paying their fair share of taxes, although statistics show the highest income earners are important contributors to our nation’s federal budget and to our economy. In this month’s column, we’ll explore the facts surrounding...

By Gerry Czarnecki When you first joined a nonprofit board, you most likely realized that many of its functions were very similar to your day job. However, the one major difference is the funding process. Most businesses sell products or services for cash. Nonprofits mostly raise...

By Chris Fleck In January 2016, Citrix announced Kirill Tatarinov as its new CEO after an extensive global search. Mark Templeton, who retired in October after 20 years, grew Citrix’s revenue from $15 million to $3.2 billion. He left as a software industry legend and created high...

Being contrarian for contrarianism's sake rarely works. By Morgan Housel Investing is full of ironies. Here's a big one: With few exceptions, everyone thinks they're a contrarian. Which they can't be, of course. By definition, most people are the consensus they think they're outsmarting. The core of active investing...