Business -- General

The Wall Street Journal, January 14, 1958







The Wall Street Journal, January 24, 1958


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I remember that Charles Preston (WSJ Editor) loved this gag, and kept referring to it again and again after he bought it.






The Wall Street Journal, July 20, 1982


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CAPTION: "You have acquisition fever."






Advertising Age, April 21, 1980


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CAPTION: "The agency hasn't been selected yet, but we're leaning toward Benton 'n Bowles, Young 'n Rubicam or Ogilvy 'n Mather."






The Wall Street Journal, March 13, 1980







The Wall Street Journal, February 12, 1968







Business Facilities, March 1986







Stock Market, October 1983


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CAPTION: "No, you're not being replaced by a computer, Hoskins . . . you're being replaced by an electric paper shredder."






Boardroom Lists, November 1983


bdrm1183.jpg This was published by Brian Kurtz in his Boardroom Lists newsletter in November 1983. You can see my original posting about Boardroom Lists here. The interesting thing about this particular cartoon is that Brian told me he liked it so much that he wanted to make a poster out of it. I told him it sounded like a great idea. The next thing I knew he published this 17" x 22" poster . . . drawn by the renowned New Yorker cartoonist Charles Barsotti! bdrmbarsottiposter.jpg I was quite taken aback and I never got a good explanation from Brian as to why he chose to ask Barsotti to re-draw my gag, instead of just blowing up my cartoon (which he had already published months before). I guess I can't fault Brian for going with a famous New Yorker cartoonist (Barsotti), instead of an almost no-name cartoonist (me). Anyway, I did eventually get my chance at a poster, too. For the opening of the 1986 baseball season, I drew a special cartoon for Boardroom Lists, and it was published (size 17" x 22", on beige poster stock paper) in May 1986. You can see it directly below.






Boardroom Lists, May 1986


bdrmbaseballposter.jpg This was published as a 17" x 22" poster (see story directly above).






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