Joe Queenan

Joe Queenan is a regular contributor on business issues, corporate culture, and financial follies to Barron's and The Wall Street Journal.


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Why The Bad News Is Good

No matter how the presidential election turns out in November, it’s clear most people will come away from the polls [...]

Joe Queenan October 1 1992

Seeing Green

A couple of weeks ago, I took my son Gordon to see the cows that safely graze on the grounds [...]

Joe Queenan July 1 1992

Ink-Stained Retches

People who hate the media-basically, everybody-view the press as a monolithic colossus endowed with extraordinary powers for both good and [...]

Joe Queenan June 1 1992

A Man Of Letters

It’s always a pleasure to be able to sit down and chat with one of the most persistently successful mutual [...]

Joe Queenan May 1 1992

The Eyes Have It

Savvy investors know that the key to success in the stock market is not necessarily picking the individual stocks that [...]

Joe Queenan April 1 1992

The Mavericks Among Us

When Americans are asked to single out a specific group of people who are most to blame for our problems [...]

Joe Queenan March 1 1992

Pining For The Eighties

One of the most successful entrepreneurial ventures of the 1980s were “fantasy” baseball weekends: mini spring-training camps set up in [...]

Joe Queenan January 1 1992

Pentirban Cowboy

THE NEW CORPORATE FRONTIER: THE BIG TOWN MOVE TO SMALL TOWN U.S.A. By David Heenan, McGraw-Hill, 262 pp., S19.95.It had [...]

Joe Queenan January 1 1992
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The Fat’s in the Fire

Joe Queenan read all 25,754 pages of the Simpson-Bowles deficit reduction plan. One of the solutions he found? The Give Granny a Placebo Program would cut Medicaid costs by 30 percent.

Joe Queenan Chief Humor May 24 2011
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Gotta Keep Searching, Searching, Searching

How many Web pages do you think there are on the internet? Well, it turns out there are more Web pages than there are things in the world. And author Joe Queenan is expecting 600,000 trillion Web pages to exist by 2020. If you’re not involved in some way with a search engine, well, you’re on the outside.

Joe Queenan CEO Life , Internet , Technology August 2 2011

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