"If society were to create incentive and inspiration for the brightest minds in the world to develop and implement solutions instead of accepting the excuses of the incapable few, the country and the world would become a better place."
New York, New York (PRWEB) January 27, 2014
Thomas Anthony Guerriero, CEO of Oxford City (OTCQB:OXFC) and Chief Advisor to the HAB Foundation is an expert on economics and finance. Guerriero is a strong advocate in attracting the most capable minds to solve the economic problems that face the US and the globe. For Americans there is no problem larger than the US debt.
ABC News in a report on September 6th, 2012 "6 Important Historical Moments in Our Nation's Debt" has confirmed that the US accrues over $4 billion dollars in new debt everyday. So in the recent news that Warren Buffett would award an individual who has the capability to select a winning bracket for the NCAA Basketball Tournament, the idea emerged that this type of incentive could be used to inspire some of the greatest minds in the world to solve one of the biggest problems facing the US, the national debt.
Thomas Anthony Guerriero plans to work with the HAB Foundation and his vast network of diplomats at the United Nations as well as around the world to introduce these new cutting edge incentive based programs to attract talented individuals who can find the fiscal solutions needed on so many levels.
Guerriero said, "I am willing to work closely with Warren Buffett or any other individual of capability to secure fiscal stability for the future of the United States. If society were to create incentive and inspiration for the brightest minds in the world to develop and implement solutions instead of accepting the excuses of the incapable few, the country and the world would become a better place."
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