NEW BLOG: LCT Magazine would like to welcome a new voice of analysis and reason to the industry: Matt Assolin, the 22-year-old vice president of Nikko's Transportation Service of Houston, a worldwide chauffeured car service provider. Assolin recently earned a bachelor's degree in finance and a minor in economics from the University of Houston-Downtown and plans to start his M.A. in economics soon. Assolin combines his family business background with economic expertise to look at how economic and financial news affects the chauffeured transportation industry. His most saleable quality: A supply-side economics perspective -- a much needed antidote to the hopeless socialist nonsense afflicting the private sector. Operators, pay attention. Blog: http://www.limomoney.blogspot.com/ -- M.R.
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