The two-party system has been an entrenched feature of the U.S. electoral system since its inception. Is change even possible? In the second episode of
In business, market forces drive innovation through competition and accountability. But America’s two-party system has long prevented any meaningful competition because both parties cater to
At the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, “non-essential” businesses across the United States were shuttered as part of quarantine measures. Many of these businesses are
Beth Ferreira has been involved in venture investment in some of the most exciting startups in recent history- both as a venture capitalist and a startup
Meredith Golden is a dating expert, dating app ghostwriter and founder of SpoonMeetSpoon. The married NYC mom and former psychotherapist, spends hours per day creating
“What am I going to do with my life?” It’s the oldest question of civilization and one that becomes even more difficult and outsized as
Corporations, especially capital investors, have a bad rap these days. Seen as soulless profit engines putting greed above all else, they’re part of a growing
As wealth and other resources increase, so too do your options. While this may sound like a “poor rich guy” problem, decision overload affects everyone,
In “Pitch Anything: An Innovative Method for Presenting, Persuading, and Winning the Deal,” author and investment banker Oren Klaff distilled the wisdom of his work
With no investor capital and no major social connections to give her startup the kind of boosts typical of successful launches, Christina Stembel started Farmgirl
Functional medicine is quickly rising in the United States as an adjunct to the traditional models of medical care by addressing lifestyle factors such as
Genetic engineering, especially of the human kind, is one of the most emotional debates in the arena of science vs. religion and technological advancement vs.
The New York Times called events “the new magazines.” Launch parties, promo parties, celebrity events, and influencer showcases capture the public attention like never before.
Daniella Ballou-Aares and the organization she started with HBS alums have their sights set on gerrymandering, dark money in campaign finance, lobbying, and the numerous
Award-winning NY Times features reporter Katie Rosman writes about some of the most “now” issues that her paper will cover- scrums on Twitter, the fleeting
Matt Scanlan walked into Mongolia with $2.5M in cash and almost no plan besides buying cashmere directly from the herders scattered across the countryside. He
Reddit COO Jen Wong steers one of the largest social networks on the internet, and the one you probably hear about the least. Despite not
They outgrow them in hours. They cost a fortune and you always need more. They have graphics and slogans that seem more to reflect the
Giancarlo Pitocco left a career working for Facebook, Instagram, Apple and the world’s largest ad agencies to fight back against the mental health, productivity, and
Luke Holden decided to commit to a career in finance when his parents told him that if he continued working on lobster boats in his
Eric Wind’s love affair with timepieces began when he was given his grandfather’s watch as a young boy. He’s served as VP Senior Specialist at
Eglantina Zingg has leveraged her success as a model, actress, and TV personality to become a leader in the fight to create better opportunities for
NY Times Smarter Living writer Tim Herrera talks about how FOMO and FOBO affect us differently at different stages of our lives. While most of
Zola co-founder Shan-Lyn Ma and Female Founders Fund co-founder Anu Duggan talk about what it’s like to seek investment capital as a startup founder, and
Jill Carlson breaks down blockchain and how it relates to cryptocurrencies, and explains the true purpose of crypto beyond the speculation fad.
Andrew Yang has a lot to say about his cornerstone policy proposal for his 2020 U.S. Presidential bid – the Freedom Dividend, a Universal Basic
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