If there are no catches or hidden pitfalls, I wish Cubes well. (6.5 minute video.)
"Record . . . cover"?? But . . . but . . . I was told climate change was wrecking the Great Barrier Reef.
Raleigh is ranked fifth.
Category projected to grow fastest in the next 30 years: guess. Go ahead, guess.
OK, I know entrepreneurs are inherently optimistic. But where is the line between optimism and . . . fraud? Whatever you think of Elon Musk, I think you should concede that at the least he's really close to that line.
I ask again--yet, still--why can't we get politicians to stop lying to us?
"The Olin Business School CFAR Ranking of financial research was created to provide information about the research output of the different business schools, using the number of articles published in top journals that are relevant to the field reported by Business Source Complete and EconLit. The ranking considers articles published only by finance professors, or non-finance professors who have published at least three papers in the top three finance journals (JF, JFE and RFS)."
You can create a personalized ranking: the tool let you choose which journals are included, per capita or total output, and years to be included (from 2000 to 2021).
Two recent news stories, seemingly unrelated, point to a question we must increasingly ask: How many institutions are controlled by the people they’re supposed to serve?
The clash is over an overlooked dopiness in American higher education: university accreditation bodies.
25-minute video of Professor Sowell in discussion with the very Liberal, formerly-sainted-now-not-so-much Charlie Rose. I found it quite entertaining.
There's a whole lot of Professor Sowell on YouTube, but here are two other clips that I think are especially worth watching: "The Difference Between Liberal and Conservative" and "Thomas Sowell on the truth behind antisemitism".