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Ken Miller

Ken Miller is a financier who has served as a member of the board of directors of several public corporations.

  • Business April 2, 2012

    Marjorie Kelly: Saving Capitalism From Itself

    Several years ago, the editor of Business Ethics magazine published a blueprint for a new, more humane economy. There has never been a better time to put her visionary plan into action.

    Ken Miller

  • Economy February 10, 2009

    The New Gold Standard: Jobs

    Keeping labor costs down used to be the standard to measure productivity. Now, it's all about creating jobs--and we can't afford to wait for the private sector to provide them.

    Ken Miller

  • Economy June 12, 2007

    Wall Street, Iraq and the Declining Dollar

    The Iraq War, the declining supply of oil and a flood of US currency are setting the stage for economic disaster.

    Ken Miller

  • Terrorism October 4, 2006

    A Progressive Response to Terror

    If the United States can abandon the idea of a "war" on terror in favor of a comprehensive and equitable collective response, we may have a shot at stopping the right from destroying the nation in order to save it.

    Ken Miller

  • Economy June 8, 2006

    Wall Street Doesn’t Like This War

    High levels of uncertainty, poor management and an $800 billion expenditure on a venture that has put America's brand at risk all conspire to make the Street pretty skittish about Iraq.

    Ken Miller