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February 18, 1994 - Image 117

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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Starting Over

What would successfrl
professionals do today if they had
to start- from scratch?

KIMBERLY UFTON and JENNIFER FINER

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j. would have gotten an MBA in business in
addition to my degrees because I would really like to
be a financial planner, particularly for the women I
represent, who may be managing their money for the
first time. I feel that's a service that arises naturally
out of the work I do. It's not very romantic or glam-
orous, but it's part of my background I'd like to fill in."

— HARRIET ROTTER,
matrimonial attorney

Harriet Ratter, above,
David Hermelin, far left,
Robert Sosnick, left.

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y first worry would be making a living in-
stead of making a fortune. If given the opportunity to start
over, I would do the same thing. I loved the family busi-
ness and I liked dealing with people."

— DAVID HERMELIN,
local investor

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f I had to start over again in 1994,
I would choose the communications field be-
cause it's probably the largest growth field.
I think I would try to gain a broader un-
derstanding of the industry, especially all
the changes in it. This industry is chang-
ing so rapidly, it's almost like starting
over.."

— STEPHEN FRIEDMAN,
Anthony Franco Associates

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think there are so many oppor-
tunities available to young people today
in other parts of the world that could be an
adventure and profitable at the same time,
especially the Far East."

Stephen Friedman

— ROBERT SOSNICK,
REDICO

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would use, basically, some phi-
losophy. Find a niche market, specialize in
it and become the best low-cost producer
of that product. Today, however, I would be
far more quality conscious and produce only
world-class products with no defects."

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— JOEL D. TAUBER,
Tauber Enterprises

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Joel D. Tauber

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