Student Loan Tug of War

On April 13, 2021, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) conducted her first hearing on student loans as chair of the Senate Subcommittee on Economic Policy, during which time the bulk of her attention was aimed toward John Remondi, president and chief executive officer of Navient Corporation, the nation’s largest administrator of education-related debts and […]

Student Loan Tug of War2021-04-29T17:58:05-04:00

The Last Lever to Pull

Amnesty should be the last lever pulled. The first should be the wholesale restructuring of the $1.7 trillion student loan portfolio so that repayment durations are extended to a more appropriate term.

The Last Lever to Pull2021-03-14T22:05:16-04:00

Genius or Grifter?

Willfully shortchanging lenders, investors, suppliers and employees, and swindling customers does not make a business owner smart. Just a deadbeat.

Genius or Grifter?2020-10-28T18:29:11-04:00

Thoughts at a Hypertense Time

The election is fast approaching. And when I’m not preoccupied with wearing a mask, washing my hands, maintaining a safe distance and disinfecting everything, my thoughts turn to other matters that concern me every bit as much, particularly at this fraught time.

Thoughts at a Hypertense Time2020-10-26T10:25:39-04:00

A Hard Lesson

Mitchell D. Weiss shares a story on the importance of business ethics and personal conduct during a transaction.

A Hard Lesson2020-09-14T09:35:07-04:00

When You Point A Finger…

Some time ago, I accepted a challenging consulting engagement with a national bank. The chairman and CEO of one of its multibillion subsidiaries abruptly resigned and I was to crisis manage the company as interim CEO until a permanent replacement could be recruited.

Over the course of that assignment, I […]

When You Point A Finger…2020-08-31T22:14:52-04:00
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