The Danny Boice CollegeBoard Manifesto – @DannyBoice

Why was Danny Boice, CEO and Founder, of Trustify fired from College Board? For the same reason, he was fired a company he founded, Speek. Because he's an embezzler, liar, fraud and cheat. Here is a copy of an email blast that was sent to a large mailing list of executives and employees of The College Board on February 8th, 2012. This document is just one document in a large dump of documents I received from a source. Four of my sources have validated the existence of this email. As I go through the other documents I received and verify their voracity I will publish them. The email, alleges multiple offenses of perpetrated against The College Board by Danny Boice. Multiple sources have verified the email to be factual. It alleges many criminal acts of the disgraced former College Board Executive Director, Danny Boice. It also puts into question of the ownership of Speek Assets. Did the College Board own the assets of Speek? According to the document, Danny Boice's crimes include: He lied on his CV to get the job He pursued multiple outside business ventures using company assets, and on company time He charged outside business and personal expenses to his corporate...

Evan Burfield – Startup America – K Street Capital Part 2

When you meet Evan Burfield, he looks you up and down and runs a quick algorithm. If the results indicate you can serve his short-term goals, you're a friend. If you have no apparent near-term value, even if you had helped him in the past, he deems you not worthy of his attention. That appears to be the formula. See a person, judge them from high to low in terms of the value they can perform in terms of his next goal. He's a brilliant analyst of short-term value and knows how to push the accelerator to get people to serve his goals. In this post, as in part 1 (seen here) and in upcoming Part 3 we follow this pattern and track the list of bodies that were pushed aside when value was extracted. Startup America - 2011 After Evan's second experience being fired by investors in the only companies he'd ever led and founded, he was once again, made available to industry. Yes sure, he'd been "promoted" to "Chairman of the Board," of Synteractive, a company that had no board supervision, but let's just say he was underemployed. In 2011, we find Evan, on the street, looking for some way to remain relevant....