Mary Matalin and James Carville: the business of love, hate, marriage and politics

2016-12-09T00:25:44-04:00

Mary Matalin and James Carville, the business of love, hate, marriage and politics By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News I recently took a vacation from my normal editorial crusade for real human contact and posted a question on Facebook—one I frequently ask in person, too. Yes, Facebook: the technological tool that

10 Minutes with Peggy Post

2016-12-09T00:25:44-04:00

Peggy Post has done her fair share of “opening” and “closing” lately. True, the concept of “closure” has received a lot of attention over the years. Just as a period or an exclamation point ends a sentence, closure marks the literal or emotional conclusion to a series of events. Closure has also highlighted the last

Business Class: Mitchell Gold’s ongoing fight to end discomfort Copy

2016-12-09T00:25:44-04:00

Mitchell Gold's ongoing fight to end discomfort By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News Mitchell Gold, co-founder and “chair-man” of home furnishings company Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams (MG + BW), wants to make people comfortable—in every sense of the word. comfortable [kuhm-fer-tuh-buhl]  adjective Providing physical comfort: a comfortable chair. Free from stress or anxiety: comfortable

KC Schulberg — Film Producer

2016-12-09T00:25:50-04:00

Business Class: Embellish the world with a little bit of magic By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News Friday, June 28, 2013 KC Schulberg’s grandfather, B.P. Schulberg, produced “Wings,” the first film to win the Best Picture Oscar, in 1927. His grandmother, Adeline Schulberg, was Hollywood's first female talent agent. His

Business Class: Demonstrating “class” in “business” feels great

2016-12-09T00:25:45-04:00

Business Class: Demonstrating "class" in "business" feels great By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News July 21, 2014 Two years ago, “Business Class” launched with a very simple goal: to explore best practices in business from an impressive list of business leaders, high-profile executives, newsmakers and business-savvy celebrities. Staying true to form,“Business

Business Class: Mitchell Gold’s ongoing fight to end discomfort

2016-12-09T00:25:49-04:00

Mitchell Gold's ongoing fight to end discomfort By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News Mitchell Gold, co-founder and “chair-man” of home furnishings company Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams (MG + BW), wants to make people comfortable—in every sense of the word. comfortable [kuhm-fer-tuh-buhl]  adjective Providing physical comfort: a comfortable chair. Free from stress or anxiety: comfortable

Robert Green, Jr. — First Impressionist

2016-12-09T00:25:50-04:00

Business Class: You always get a second chance to make a first impression By Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News Friday, July 14, 2013 Jennifer Marlowe, portrayed by actress Loni Anderson, served as the receptionist at the fictitious AM radio station known to 70s-era television viewers as WKRP in Cincinnati. Anderson’s

Business Class: Garage Sale Mystery book series author Suzi Weinert keeps on moving

2017-10-14T18:15:16-04:00

"Garage Sale Mystery" book series author Suzi Weinert keeps on movingBy Randall Kenneth Jones Originally published in the Naples Daily News Former “military brat,” current military wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and Naples resident Suzi Weinert has found herself rebranded—yet again. No longer is Weinert known just as “the general’s wife.” In fact, retired Brigadier General

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