These Are the Goods


Enough is elusive because when you reach it, you’re no longer the person that once desired it. (By Lawrence Yeo)

The internet was supposed to usher in a Golden Age of media (By Li Jin and Katie Parrot)

Paying people to use a product or a game can make economic sense in some situations. (By Dror Poleg)

No serious CEO with real prospects for profit would flail about on social media, stitching himself to whatever nonsense is currently trending online (By Doomberg)

90+% of projects launched during a bull market will die in the next bear market (With Frederik and Kash Dhanda)

The greatest pearls of wisdom I’ve learned along the way (By Blair duQuesnay)

I think that people will always leave finance to become bloggers, but not enough of them to have Jamie Dimon worried. (With MorningBrew and Matt Levine)

Omicron is the sequel nobody wanted (By Josh Brown)


Your plans in life don’t mean anything (With Patrick O’Shaughnessy and Nick Saltarelli)

Movies are zero-sum now. (With Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins)

Scream wasn’t even called Scream until after production began (With Alan Siegel)

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