Plenty. This is summary of a talk by John Carreyrou, author of Bad Blood, a chronicle of the fall of Theranos.
Good on Mr. Thiel.
I am not in favor of merchants misrepresenting their products. But on the other hand, before you pay $90,000 for a used car to a car dealer halfway across the country, maybe you should hire your own inspector.
This is from a recent email from Amazon to me. It indicates why they're so good to do business with.
Promotional discounts of $0.05 were not properly applied to one or more of your orders. As a result, we have refunded you this amount plus applicable taxes as an Amazon.com Gift Card applied directly to your account.
"After Earning $5m From The NBA, Vinnie Johnson Launched A Multi-Billion Dollar Automotive Empire And Earned A $400M Fortune"
Nice story about The Microwave.
One more thing evil technology has destroyed. (Sarcasm.)
Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema:
I crisscrossed the country to eat in six of its highest-grossing independent restaurants, curious to see what made the diverse collection of subjects special enough to pull in combined sales of about $194 million in 2017.
"Dubbed 'Marty,' the in-store fully autonomous robot has been designed for the grocery retail environment to address out-of-stock, planogram compliance, price integrity, and audit and compliance issues."
By Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance, London Business School. Arguments you don't usually see in the popular press.
Joel Kotkin looks at "data, not press releases".