CompuSchmooze – January 2005: Yad Vashem Database of Holocaust Victims Now OnlineBy Steven L. LubetkinCopyright © 2005 Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved.WORD COUNT: 658 Yad Vashem, also known as The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ [Read more…]
I originally intended to post hyperlinks from my CompuSchmooze column in a blog associated with my web hosting company, but Blogger.com seems to be far more robust, so we will post them here. Each month, [Read more…]
The New York Times is supposedly fastidious about making corrections, and yet in two instances recently, where I submitted corrections, or at least alerted them to errors, the errors have gone uncorrected for months. Case [Read more…]
We’re trying all the blog technologies. Our first blog is at stevesblog.lubetkin.net. Our website is at www.lubetkin.net.
When FleetBoston Financial Corporation acquired Summit Bancorp of Princeton, NJ in October 2000, Steve was vice president/director of corporate communications. He and his team of communications professionals developed news angles on the merger story to [Read more…]
Steve was the author of this brochure used to recruit MBA graduates to S&P. The brochure features introductory comments from S&P’s president, Leo C. O’Neill, and interviews with a diverse collection of S&P employees about [Read more…]
American Library Association Presentation Outline: Unscrambling the Bond Market, BRASS Program, ALA Annual Conference, July 8, 1996
“A Grassroots Strategy to Beat the Feds,” bylined article, Fall 1995. PDF Download. In 1984, the Reagan Administration determined that Conrail should be privatized by a sale to one of its largest competitors, the Norfolk [Read more…]
In 1994, Steve submitted his thesis, Bond Ratings In Cyberspace: A Study Of The Feasibility Of Computer-Supported Rating Committees At Standard & Poor’s Ratings Group, as partial fulfillment of the requirements for an MBA from the University of [Read more…]
Standard & Poor’s CreditWeek, 10th Anniversary Cover Story, November 1991 PDF Download. Steve wrote the cover story and much of the historical perspective on the magazine’s first ten years.