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Not Keen on Nardelli I was surprised and very disappointed to see Bob Nardelli on the cover of the magazine. To me, Nardelli epitomizes what is wrong with CEOs who never have enough. I was a customer of Home Depot before, during and after Nardelli’s tenure as CEO. The service levels prior to his appointment were good, the store staff helpful ...

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Legal Reform and Healthcare ReformI read your Online article, “Why Legal Reform Must Be a Part of Healthcare Reform.” As the father of a medical doctor in his third year of residence, I can attest to the huge waste of his time practicing defensive medicine dictated by the concerns over litigation, rather than spending time with patients solving medical problems. ...

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Where Will the Electricity Come From?Ronald Bailey’s article on electric cars (March-April) is well written, informative and addressed many related subjects. There is, however, another related subject that should have been addressed, namely, where will the electricity come from?Current energy sources for electricity are said to be insufficient, and current energy technologies (coal, nuclear, etc.) have been mostly rejected for ...

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Understanding China Robert Kuhn, (“Understanding China III: Vision,” Jan.–Feb. 2009) for whom I have much respect, provides a rosy picture of China, seemingly overoptimistic against the many factors, positive and negative, regarding China’s place in the world and its essential role as a vast market for the future. I taught in China at the university level in 2006, and I ...

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Wealth CreatorsI am writing to inform you of an error in “CEO Wealth Creators … and Destroyers,” (November/December 2008). According to the authors’ own methodology, the ranking of CEOs focuses “on the performance of companies (and their CEOs) in the S&P 500 index for three years ending on Sept. 1, 2008 … CEOs whose tenure did not coincide for the ...

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Miller’s True ContributionTrue to his servant leader management style, Steve Miller [CEO Watch, "Who You Gonna Call?" July/August] continues to be the humble, genuinely nice guy who understates the significance of his Delphi role that has been a template for saving the domestic automotive industry.Economic realities have dismantled the benefits entitlement culture that took root following World War II. Miller ...

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