Seems reasonable, but the trick is probably how you find and confirm that "1 trait".
"Why companies like Amazon, Walmart, and Target have taken a new approach to returns by letting customers keep what they bought, even after issuing refunds"
Pretty amazing. I bought a hardcover book as a gift and upon finding out the recipient already had it, I signed up for a return to Amazon. They refunded my money and told me just to keep the book.
"Microsoft’s Nadella, Google’s Pichai, and now Twitter’s Agrawal: Why Indian-born leaders dominate American tech’s top ranks"
There is no doubt that education gave the Indians an advantage. But this does not explain why the boards of companies such as Microsoft, Google, IBM, and Twitter would choose foreign-born technologists over equally qualified Americans. The answer may lie in cultural values, upbringing, and struggles.
C'mon now, Democrats and Republicans, Liberals and Conservatives: can't we agree to get rid of the cookie police??
"Jeff Bezos' decision making at Amazon came down to 5 key principles, according to a former board member"
I think when it is all said and done, Bezos will go down as one of the very greatest businessmen of all time.
"'This Is Like Nothing I've Experienced Or Seen Before' - Supermarkets Alter Layouts, Use Decoys To Fill Gaps Left By Shortages"
I'm usually willing to trust the decisions of profit-seeking firms in competitive markets, but I don't understand what supermarkets think they'll accomplish with this.
The irony is, of course, that Ms. Khan is now head of what is expected to be a very active FTC.
"How do you compensate managers?" (5-minute video.)
Steven Hayward has a "fossil-fuel-heavy stock portfolio" which has been doing just fine recently.
It's a marketing gimmick whose actual purpose is to benefit the "investment industry"