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No Mercy No Malice

Much like an Etch-A-Sketch, Covid has presented an opportunity to envision our lives turned upside down, powder redistributed


Workers don’t want to come back to low pay, no benefits, long hours, and grumpy customers. Why should they?

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Meet the executives who burn millions daily and enrich themselves while creating no real value

The Daily Benjamin Burn™ (DBB) is how much money an executive lit on fire per day during their tenure.


Why founders in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and elsewhere are leveraging SPACs to take their companies public

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No Mercy No Malice

The economic flood gates are about to open wide

A huge ocean wave breaks along the coast.
A huge ocean wave breaks along the coast.
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Money Talks

Welcome to the new tragedy of the commons

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Number Crunch

Forget ‘Titanic’. ‘Ever Given’ is the maritime blockbuster we need


How the ‘Technoking’ imbues assets with value in the same way medieval kings would

SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses on the red carpet of the Axel Springer Award 2020
SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses on the red carpet of the Axel Springer Award 2020
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Without major platform overhauls, the creator’s gold rush will come to an end

Adult woman preparing a meal and chopping fresh ingredients in front of a video camera on a tripod.
Adult woman preparing a meal and chopping fresh ingredients in front of a video camera on a tripod.
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NUMBER CRUNCH

The other half of their stimulus will obviously go toward avocado toast

An illustration of the Number Crunch logo next to the text “50%: The share of their stimulus checks that half of American 25–34-year-olds plan to spend on stocks. Source: Deutsche Bank” with an illustration of a check and a positive trending graph below it.
An illustration of the Number Crunch logo next to the text “50%: The share of their stimulus checks that half of American 25–34-year-olds plan to spend on stocks. Source: Deutsche Bank” with an illustration of a check and a positive trending graph below it.

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