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ChannelE2E provides news on work-life balance for tech entrepreneurs, CSPs, MSPs, VARs, ISVs, IT distributors & technology partners in the IT channel.

Succession Planning: When A Co-Founder Retires

Entisys360, founded in 1988, celebrates the retirement of co-founder Bets Strohl. Step brothers Mike Strohl (CEO) and Matt General (COO) are well-prepared to drive the business forward. Here’s why.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Trips To Tepoztlán

Friends, I’d like to introduce you to a little city called Tepoztlán. Well, it’s little by Mexican standards. But…

Dispatches From Mexico City: Musings On The Country’s New President

Andrés Manuel López Obrador has won the Mexico presidency. Here are views from Mexico City.

Study: Average ESOP Employee Has $134,000 Share of Company

The average worker at a US company with an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) has accumulated $134,000 in wealth from his or her stake, according to new research. Plus, a closer look at ESOP trends.

Dispatches From Mexico City: An Election Primer

Millions of Mexicans will gather this July to elect a new president, state governors, and city mayors, along with other elected positions. Here’s my view from Mexico City.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Viewing The News From Afar

Viewing the tragedy in Toronto from my apartment in Mexico City.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Printing Presses and Pozole

Many of my ‘dispatch’ pieces have been about my experiences in Mexico City, but I’d like to take some time to highlight some of the unique and vibrant neighborhoods around the capital. After all, in a city as big as this it can be easy to miss some interesting sights.

Dispatches From Mexico City: When A Grammy Winner Calls

As a musician, when a Grammy winner calls you to record on an album, you don’t say no.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Ups And Downs

We had our power cut. My rent money was lost. And I had a great weekend. It was a rollercoaster, to say the least. Here’s what the ride taught me.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Who Can You Trust?

Lack of trust in Mexico police could make for a perilous situation given our proximity to this year’s elections.