My work is all about data and what it can tell us. So I know that numbers aren’t always what they seem, and they are often misleading either as an accident or part of a larger agenda.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) announced today that it will be restating home-sales data going back to 2007. (Hey, [...]
Just in time for the holidays – which cities have the biggest holiday crush of travelers?
Here are the 100 U.S. cities which show the largest increase in air traveler over the two winter holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Year (aka the Winter Holidays).
Now, we didn’t just look at raw numbers. The obvious list would [...]
Our family went to the movies the other night and saw ”The Descendants,” which has been getting a lot of critical acclaim. It’s been described as “surprising, moving and frequently very funny” (New York Times review).
Laird Hamilton and Bert in the TV studio
But what a surprise it was to see to my buddy, Laird Hamilton, in [...]
I recently had a great phone conference with members of the Paso del Norte Group, which “promotes the economic, social and cultural vitality of the El Paso region.”
I spoke with Richard Behrenhausen (Gen. US Army, ret.) and David Buchmueller (COO of the PDN Group), who spoke with enthusiasm about the many assets of their [...]