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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Turning Over A New Leaf Blower

Anyone even vaguely familiar with the world of personal computers knows two things about the industry:1. Today’s cutting-edge product will be [...]

Joe Queenan September 1 1996

Untangling the Web

The Internet, as it currently exists, is a mess. Because of the huge number of sex-oriented Web sites that exist [...]

Joe Queenan September 1 2000
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Well Now

People are sick-Literally-of the Health Care debate

Joe Queenan Chief Humor November 25 2009

What’s Right Is Right

Several years ago, I was riding a city bus when it stopped short. For the next 15 minutes the 26 [...]

Joe Queenan March 1 1995

When Bad News Is Good

Last May, I read a newspaper article entitled “Somber Reunion for Harvard’s Law Class of ’85.” The article, written in [...]

Joe Queenan July 1 1996

When Excellence Isn’t Enough

What seems like an eon ago, Tom Peters catapulted himself onto the national stage by co-authoring In Search of Excellence. [...]

Joe Queenan September 1 2001

When Wall Street was Cool

Conventional wisdom states that the stock market is unlikely to make a significant, sustained upward move until ordinary investors get [...]

Joe Queenan January 1 2003

Whose Ox Was Gore-d?

Global warming has now officially joined the ranks of topics it is no longer acceptable to make light of. Due [...]

Joe Queenan Strategy September 1 2006

Why CEOs Shouldn’t Blog

With companies to run, CEOs have better things to do than rant.

Joe Queenan Technology October 1 2005

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

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