Monday, March 21, 2011
More than anything else, the American economy needs a return of "animal spirits," the ineffable ingredient necessary to turn ideas -- which are always rife -- in to businesses that change the world and, by the by, create jobs. No part of the country has done that more in the last generation than Silicon Valley, which by most accounts has not been its exciting and animalistic self in recent years. Moneyblogger Paul Kedrosky says that is changing, "The Top Ten Signs the Valley is on Tilt Again." More of that, please, except perhaps for the part about Harvard MBAs.