“In today’s information age, the challenge facing public company executives to ensure their messages are heard by customers and investors has never been more poignant. Painting with Numbers lays out a practical guide to helping business leaders cut through all the noise and communicate crisply and clearly with the audiences that matter.”

– Duncan Niederauer, CEO, NYSE Euronext

“Randall’s book teaches what I have long believed – a key objective of finance is to provide timely, accurate and understandable information that leads to better decisions. This is a challenge for organizations of all sizes – from very early stage ventures to large public companies.”

– Eric Keller, Chief Operating Officer, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

“This is a book that badly needed to be written, so it’s about time! I hope that it’s read by not just financial people, but by entrepreneurs and C-suite executives as well. The book is both intellectually challenging and downright practical and will shape the thinking of entrepreneurs and seasoned verterans who need to communicate numbers for business success.”

– Harry Kellogg, Vice Chairman, Silicon Valley Bank

 “Government policymakers need to do a much better job of communicating clearly with data, especially when it comes to our increasingly alarming federal fiscal situation. Painting with Numbers can help them do just that. Not only do I wish this book had been around when I was Budget Director, but I’m now prepared to drop my claim that my brother was adopted.”

– Joshua Bolten, former White House Chief of Staff and Director, OMB

“I feel strongly that clearly and honestly presented data is essential to an informed electorate, and Randall made it possible for me to put that belief into practice.I’m delighted that a book like Painting with Numbers is available. I am confident that the lessons Randall Bolten sets forth in this book, a first of its kind, will have a hugely positively effect on the level of public debate, and this, the quality of the choices we make in our public and private lives.”

– from the Foreword by Dr. Tom Campbell, Dean, Chapman University
School of Law; former Dean, U.C. Berkeley Haas School of Business;
five-term U.S. Congressman; Professor of Law, Stanford University; and
Ph.D. in economics (University of Chicago)

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