NAPLES — A group was formed four months ago with the purpose of making Collier County the spring training home for the Chicago Cubs, the Naples Daily News has learned.
And that group already has met with the Cubs – both at their headquarters in Wrigley Field, and earlier this month in Naples for a two-day visit by new owner Tom Ricketts and CEO Crane Kenney.
Vice Chairman of Esmark Inc. Briefs Executives at Chicago’s Association for Corporate Growth Forum on Risks Related to Securing Our Domestic Infrastructure Future
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CHICAGO, OCTOBER 2, 2009 — Craig T. Bouchard, Vice Chairman and co-founder of Esmark Inc., speaking to the executives attending Chicago’s Association for Corporate Growth forum, signaled new risks percolating under the surface of the U.S economy, namely significantly higher interest rates, re-inflation of commodity prices, a further weakening of the U.S. dollar, and a coming rush by foreign companies to purchase equity in industries potentially critical to national defense.
By Scott Robertson
Craig T. Bouchard has managed his way through the global financial crisis and learned a few lessons along the way. Among them are that more such crises can be expected in the future.
Bouchard, president and co-founder of the former Chicago-based Esmark Inc., warned executives attending Chicago’s Association for Corporate Growth Forum on Friday that new risks are percolating below the surface of the U.S. economy. Some of those risks include significantly higher interest rates, re-inflation of commodity prices, a further weakening of the U.S. dollar and a coming rush by foreign companies to purchase equity in industries potentially critical to national defense, most notably steel.
October 2, 2009 marked the launch of “America For Sale: How the Foreign Pack Circled and Devoured Esmark,” co-authored by Esmark Inc. Vice Chairman and co-founder Craig T. Bouchard and noted economist, Dr. James V. Koch. Hundreds of news organizations around the world carried stories about the book and the authors bold predictions about the future of the U.S. economy. Here’s just sampling of the the kinds of media organizations that covered the book launch and several select stories.
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By John Mauldin
What We See
And What We Don’t See
The Statistical Recovery
A Double-Dip Recession?
Welcome to the New Normal
Birthdays, New Orleans, and then the Road Trip from Hell
Unemployment is high and rising. But if the recession is over, won’t employment start to rise? The quick answer is no. We look deeper into the Statistical Recovery and find yet more reasons to be concerned about near-term deflation.
Get ready for Detroit-style labor relations in our hospitals.
By Mark Mix
In the heated debates on health-care reform, not enough attention is being paid to the huge financial windfalls ObamaCare will dole out to unions—or to the provisions in the various bills in Congress that will help bring about the forced unionization of the health-care industry.
Catastrophic shortfalls threaten economic recovery, says world’s top energy economist
By Steve Connor, Science Editor
The world is heading for a catastrophic energy crunch that could cripple a global economic recovery because most of the major oil fields in the world have passed their peak production, a leading energy economist has warned.
Higher oil prices brought on by a rapid increase in demand and a stagnation, or even decline, in supply could blow any recovery off course, said Dr Fatih Birol, the chief economist at the respected International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris, which is charged with the task of assessing future energy supplies by OECD countries.