Cohan has appeared as a frequent commentator on CNBC discussing a wide range of topics from competitive strategy to stock picks to private equity taxation. He's discussed KKR's IPO with Maria Bartiromo, Apple Computer with Erin Burnett, Goldman Sachs's competitive advantage and Best/Worst CEOs with Joe Kernen, and Microsoft's Steve Ballmer with Liz Claman. 

Cohan's public stock picking results have been excellent.  In 2001, gave Cohan's stock picks a five-bulb rating for six-month performance.  His 2000 stock picks generated a 322% annual rate of return.  His 1998/99 stock picks earned him the number five spot on's Top Tipper list for 1999 with a portfolio return of 239%.  He was the #1 TopTipper of 1998 with a portfolio return of 68%. Moreover, the stock picks in his investment newsletter, The Cohan Letter, rose an average of  22% between 2003 and 2007 vs. 11.8% for the S&P 500.

Cohan has also been interviewed on ABC's
Good Morning America, PBS's Wall $treet Week, CNBC Asia's Squawk Box and e, FoxNews Channel's Bulls and Bears and Forbes on Fox,  New England Cable News' New England Business Day, New York One News' Fortune Business Report, NPR's Marketplace Morning Report, Bloomberg Business Radio TV, Business News Network, CNet Radio, CNN Financial Network's Before Hours, News Channel 12 New Jersey's Jersey's Talking, PBS' LeaderTalk, QSN Network's Look, Listen and Learn, Boston Business Journal's Business 1060 AM, KBRU, KCRW's More to the Point, KFAB's Net Worth, KIEV's Morning Magazine, KSDU Radio America's Expert Radio, Talk America Network's It's Your Money With Bill Bailey, USA Radio Network's DayBreak USA, Voice of America, WCVB-TV, WFAN, WKRC, WSYR, WVXU's On The Money, WXRK, The Philippine's Infochat, Yahoo! Finance Vision, and ZDTV's The Money Machine.

He has spoken at conferences around the world for the American Management Association, AMA Korea, the Boston Security Analysts Society, Business Week, CNBC Asia, Columbia Business School's
Senior Executive Program (CSEP), Dow Jones/Reuters' Factiva,  dnm strategies, Fortune Conferences, The Economist Conferences, The Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Portugal's INDEG Business School, The Institute of Advertising (Singapore), the Korean National Tourist Organization, the National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC), Portugal's N.P.F., Princeton Entrepreneurs'  Network (PEN), The Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE), Stanford University's Industry Thought Leaders Forum, TeamAsia, Technologic Partners,  Singapore's National Science and Technology Board (NSTB), The Academy of Management, Babson College's Center for Information Management Studies, Bentley College, and the University of Hong Kong.

Corporate and professional sponsors of Cohan's conferences include Advest, BMC Software, Cadence Design Systems, The CEO Management Group, The Development Bank of Singapore (DBS), Ericsson, Fish & Richardson, Hewlett-Packard, iAyala, IBM, Merchants Bank of Vermont,
The Insurance Services Organization, The Internet Global Congress 2003,  The Management Roundtable, Montgomery Watson, Nantucket Bank, Nokia, The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG),, SAP, StarHub, Sun Microsystems, Thomson Corporation, Teradyne, and Verilink Corporation.

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