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Explore: Update on the Data Breach at Equifax

Customer Service in the Age of Twitter


Technology has advanced rapidly since the advent of the internet. New platforms, such as Twitter, have become a huge disrupter to the traditional consumer shopping experience. How companies adapt to this new age of communication is reflective of their brand image, especially among an increasingly more interconnected population.

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Inaugural Economics


This Friday, Donald Trump will participate in a tradition that has held since April 30, 1789 – the Presidential Inauguration. On that date, George Washington was sworn in by Chancellor Robert R. Livingston in New York City, which was the national capital at the time. While the oath taken by the incoming president has remained largely unchanged over the centuries, almost everything else about the inaugural ceremony has changed. Continue reading “Inaugural Economics”

5 Cyber Security Avenues of Attack

In light of all the recent news on cyber threats and attacks, we thought it was time to refresh our article on cyber security from last year. Having an adequate understanding of cyber security not only provides individuals with the opportunity to better protect their private information on and off the web, but also allows them to recognize when and/or why they are at risk. Below are a number of recommendations from Condor Capital on how to sufficiently safeguard yourself against potential security vulnerabilities:

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Featured in the Hunterdon County Democrat


In 1988, fresh out of business school with an MBA but no Wall Street experience, Hunterdon County entrepreneur and avid ski enthusiast Ken Schapiro founded Condor Capital Management. From the beginning, Schapiro knew that it would be difficult to convince prospective clients to give his upstart investment management firm a shot. Fast forward 25 years Continue reading “Featured in the Hunterdon County Democrat”