A look at the relative culpability of overly optimistic borrowers for automobile loans.
In which I am the last person on Earth to discover that cable television is doomed.
Oregon is cracking down on loose scheduling.
Kmart deserves either a good death or second chance at retail life. But looks more and more that it will get neither and that’s a shame.
Focus, people, focus.
Not paying taxes for 18 years is not necessarily tax evasion
A Princeton professor has demonstrated that you can’t pick stocks that “beat the market.” The future, by in large, is unpredictable. Except one area of the future, is predictable. For a possible investing strategy that relates to that predictable area of the future, read on.
Not one of which is, “You know, that Jim Cramer is really on to something.”
Perhaps there is more to piracy than its need to be stopped.
The best biography written by a CEO is not a business biography.
How does the unregulated “free market” determine the wages paid to prostitutes?
A CEO crashing his car is an accident. A CEO crashing his car and dying a day after being indicted for criminal charges is not.
Valuing one set of customers’ wishes over another’s is not the harbinger of Freedom and Liberty’s End Times.
Vikram explains to his daughter why Buzzfeed is great.
Some light speculation as to which companies may get there first.
Alphabet is about Google not becoming Microsoft.
It doesn’t go well for VW.
Reflections on of a very good book about the financial crisis
A modest proposal for media organizations
Chinese people don’t want Chinese Barbies.
A double-edged safety razor is actually less fussy than the alternatives.
The merits of playing with loose parts seems oversold.
Looking in vain for ChinesePod’s pedagogical philosophy.
Something about path dependence
Short sellers helped focus attention on the practices of Lumber Liquidators.
How to get into an elite college while Asian
“Well-rounded” may not mean what you think it means.
Service providers need to decide whether they are impediments or helpers for their customers.