On the Money Journal: C. Stephen Guyer¿s Guide for how You Can Acquire, Borrow, Protect, Move, Watch, Play With, Go to Jail For, and Have Fun With, Our Most Popular Commodity¿Money!

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Parsifal Press, Oct 25, 2011 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
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On the Money-now in its fifth year of syndication-is the financial column C-level executives just can't wait to get their hands on. Published monthly by American Cities Business Journals, On the Money is a refreshingly candid (and sometimes humorous) look at the stuff that makes the world go 'round. Now, for the first time, a compilation of C. Stephen Guyer's favorite columns is available in On the Money Journal: Guyer's guide for how you can acquire, borrow, protect, move, watch, play with, go to jail for, and have fun with, our most popular commodity-Money!

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Borrowing Someone Elses Money
Protecting Your Money
The Inevitable Taxing of Your Money
Moving Money Around
Times of Too Little Money
Evaluating the Money
Confusing Money
Risks with Money
Playing with Money
Watching the Money
Fun and Money

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Seasoned entrepreneurial executive offering over 30 years of company stewardship, finance, legal, HR, operations, marketing, and IT oversight focused largely within the telecommunications, financial services and information technology arenas. Proven change agent and partnership builder, experienced in start-ups, turnarounds, rapid growth and structuring organizations for private placement, IPO or profitable sale. MBA, Finance, and Master of Arts, University of Denver, both with honors, 1982 and 83; complementing a BA, Metropolitan State College, Magna Cum Laude, 1980, and BS, McPherson College, 1973. Additionally conducted doctoral studies, the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University and international studies (Japan, Hong Kong, Asia, and Africa), World Campus Afloat, Chapman University. Stephen is a published writer, monthly columnist, and former Denver University faculty member.

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