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Reflections about Pitney Bowes

Reflections about Pitney Bowes

At this time of year, I reflect most about Pitney Bowes, since I regularly attend the Oval Club event, which is held on a Friday night in November at close to the anniversary date of the company’s beginning of operations.

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What is Success?

What is Success?

Most of us want to be recognized by people we respect for the contributions we have made to better the lives of others. However, let us always remember that our most lasting and important impact and success arises from the totality of our lives and the v

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How Did Connecticut Become a Fiscal “Basket Case?”

How Did Connecticut Become a Fiscal “Basket Case?”

Connecticut is a wealthy state with one of America’s most “educated” populations. However, the State is a fiscal basket case.

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Why Healthcare Cost Increases Have Become Exceptionally Difficult to Control - March 2017

Why Healthcare Cost Increases Have Become Exceptionally Difficult to Control - March 2017

Anyone who proclaims that universal health insurance or healthcare reform is the “solution” to health insurance cost increases completely misses the point.

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Doing all things well: what Bishop Kearney did then and does now

Doing all things well: what Bishop Kearney did then and does now

Reflections from my 50th reunion at Bishop Kearney High School

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