I sometimes learn from people’s comments. So I want to hat tip a recent commenter on one of my four pieces on the Council of Economic Advisers’ report on alleged monopsony in the labor market. In Part II, I said […]
Until 29th October 113 companies of S&P 500 have already published their financial reports for the last quarter. A big number of them – 76% – presented better than expected performance. “Exceeded expectations” sounds very positive and is already a […]
Five-Year Old Litigation Against VISA & MasterCard to Proceed; The National ATM Council Applauds Summary Dismissal of Appeals by the U.S. Supreme Court JACKSONVILLE, FL (November 18, 2016) – Consumers in rural and low-income urban areas with less access to bank-owned […]
Proponents of more restrictions on immigration—legal and illegal—talk a big game, suggesting more penalties for lawbreakers, more assets for the border, and more surveillance for the workforce. These, restrictionists say, will restore the rule of law. Yet while occupying the […]
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In the next article of the series, “The Network Revolution: Creating Value through Platforms, People and Technology,” authors Barry Libert, Megan Beck and Jerry (Yoram) Wind look at how people and platforms are disrupting the media and entertainment industries. Libert is CEO […]
When it comes to Amazon, analysts are finding plenty to like. Not only has the busiest time of the year for shopping arrived, but the company also holds dominant positions in the cloud and video. It seems that analysts hardly […]