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No Mercy No Malice

Some Companies Deserve to Fail

Why we shouldn’t bail out the airlines and cruise companies

America is a terrible place to be stupid.

Lenin said nothing can happen for decades, and then decades can happen in weeks. Yes, a pandemic pulls the future forward, and there’s a lot to learn. Another phenomenon that forms rain clouds of perspective is, wait for it… death. Or, specifically, being close to it.




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Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway

Prof Marketing, NYU Stern • Host, CNN+ • Pivot, Prof G Podcasts • Bestselling author, The Four, The Algebra of Happiness, Post Corona •

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