Hi, some of you might remember my previous messages asking about such things as IP (intellectual property), patents, start-up companies and so on... Anyway as an update to the story, the company for which we've developed a high end mobile antenna prototype has indeed come back to us for delivery of 5 field-test units which, upon successful testing in the continental US, will go into mass production over the next 6 months. So we've started a small company to develop these 5 units and re-design for production. So far, so good. The 'problem' I'm having is that I find myself all of a sudden talking to VPs and presidents, and I have a steep learning curve to using their business language directly (I'm the representative of our small company btw). I'm better than your average 'engineer', having had a keen interest in the business world, but I still need to educate myself. Are there any recommended books, magazines, or any other materials you guys might suggest? I randomly follow various business magazines and keep track of the news, and try to have a wider understanding of our technical work (and how it fits and integrates on a larger scale), but I'm looking forward to any advice the group might have. THANKS!!!