A new book makes the dubious case that American history has been a long fight against the free market.
On the menu today: Twitter’s escape into a trap, the boredom market hypothesis, losing a Bitcoin password, Rhodium’s colossal run, and monkeys and money.
There's more to ‘being green’ than apparently meets the eye.
Containing access to capital for politically unpopular businesses distorts markets and disenfranchises voters.
Capitalism best cultivates innovation because it provides the incentive for firms to survive and thrive as well as the freedom to explore.
A ‘socially responsible’ numbers game.
On the menu today: New York State’s retirement fund to divest from fossil-fuel companies (and other miscreants), Bitcoin as strategy, bubble fun with SPACs and food, not seeing the wood ...
On the menu today: Sustainability by fiat, Milton, Nikola and Paradise Lost, the IMF’s net-zero fantasy, renters in trouble, and two tales of discontinuing catalogues: Sears and Ikea.
On the menu today: Wall Street and China, Chinese debt and “Lake Woebegone” ratings, Europe’s banks, lawyers seeing green, and Poland flunks an Estonian tax lesson.