NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Jack Dorsey is a year younger than me. That fact alone makes me want to drown myself in a tub of Jack Daniels.
Jack Dorsey founded Twitter in 2006. Of course, he conceived the concept several years earlier.
I was fortunate enough to appear on CNBC's Squawk on the Street Wednesday morning. I discussed the future of brick and mortar retail with Stacey Widlitz, president of S. W. Retail Advisors.As you watch the video, it becomes clear that Stacey and I run in different worlds. But, that's good. It makes for varied conversation. Surprisingly, the CNBC host I was most frightened of going into the interview -- Simon Hobbs -- caught my drift more than the others. That became evident before I even spoke. Hobbs says what I pretty much had planned on saying to open the segment. While I can't say I blame retailers for closing stores and shrinking square footage, there's a contradiction inherent in Widlitz's notion that "Retailers need to embrace
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