Peter Cohan

President, Peter S. Cohan and Associates

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President of Peter S. Cohan and Associates, a management-consulting and venture-capital firm in Marlborough, Massachusetts; adjunct lecturer in Management at Babson College, blogger at BloggingStocks.com and author of You Can't Order Change: Lessons from the Turnaround at Boeing and Value Leadership: The 7 Principles that Drive Corporate Value in Any Economy

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose above 10,000 today, at least for a while.

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Even Wall Street was stunned this week when Goldman Sachs announced  record quarterly profits , just one month after it repaid $10 billion in taxpayer bailout money.

Has Goldman Sachs Gone Back to the Good Old Days?

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