Articles and History
Seeking Alpha is a crowd-sourced content service for the financial markets. Articles cover a broad range of stocks, asset classes and investment strategies. In contrast to other equity research platforms, insights are provided by an independent contributor base of industry experts.
Seeking Alpha was founded in 2004 by former Wall Street analyst, David Jackson. The company has distribution partnerships with MSN Money, CNBC, Yahoo Finance, MarketWatch, Nasdaq and TheStreet. As of 2014, Seeking Alpha has some 3 million registered users, and attracts 8 million unique viewers a month.
Pete's articles on Seeking Alpha focus exclusively on IBM.
Bulldog Drummond is a San Diego based innovation and design consultancy that builds new brands, products, experiences and stories for Fortune 500 clients and early-stage businesses using people-centered design thinking and Uncommon Sense. Bulldog works collaboratively with client teams to refresh and reposition existing brands for renewed purpose and growth, uncovers new spaces for innovation and value creation, and facilitates internal teams to uncover opportunities from the inside. This site tries to reduce sometimes complicated facts to simple truths. Each month they explore the world using the lens of Uncommon Sense to look at people, places, products, brands and stories in a different way.
Pete contributes articles to the Bulldog Drummond blog.
Academia.edu is a social networking website for academics. It was launched in September 2008 and the site now has over 11 million registered users as of 2014. The platform can be used to share papers, monitor their impact, and follow the research in a particular field. It is a participant in the open science or open access movements, responding to a need in science for instant distribution of research and a peer-review system that occurs alongside distribution, instead of occurring before it.
Academia.edu gives academics an efficient way to distribute their research and lets them monitor how many people are reading their articles.
Pete makes all his articles available on academia.edu in a non-editable, PDF format.
Business Talk with Jim Campbell
Business Talk Radio with Jim Campbell features interviews with leading figures from the world of business, and the business of politics and sports. “A Charlie Rose on radio” says author Lawrence McDonald. "Smart Radio" says BusinessWeek columnist Suzy Welch.
These are radio interviews with Peter E. Greulich. These are commercial free versions composed of five segments that are, in total, approximately one hour long.
Interview with Peter E. Greulich about his book: THINK Again.
Interview with Peter E. Greulich about his book:
A View from Beneath the Dancing Elephant.
Interview with Smashwords
Smashwords is an eBook self-publishing and distribution platform. Smashwords is the world's largest distributor of indie ebooks. It is a fast, free and easy way for any author or publisher, anywhere in the world, to publish and distribute eBooks to the major retailers. Over 70,000 writers and small independent publishers publish and distribute with Smashwords. This is a written interview with Peter E. Greulich on the Smashword's website