I’m not a big James Patterson fan, but it’s hard not to admire his thirst for innovation.
Good news! Payday lenders will not be so easily thwarted by those laws.
I largely find myself in agreement with this. Which is why, while I’m not alarmed by Thiel’s involvement, I was alarmed by the outsized verdict that is causing Gawker’s bankrupcy.
Conor Sen reports that the US manufacturing renaissance, such as it was, is probably over.
Ernie Smith explains why barber shops so often don’t take credit cards. Basic answers are taxes and a more complicated employer/employee relationship.
I like this: A machine that ties up callbots.
According to the Manhattan Institute, maybe we aren’t moving less for opportunity so much as moving differently.
It’s really a nice sentiment to want upward mobility for the bottom without downward mobility from the top, but it doesn’t really work that way.