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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.


The new world of ‘shit coins’ is fertile ground for pump-and-dump schemes

Pierre Borthiry for Unsplash


Number Crunch

Some of these interns sure look a lot like employees

Number Crunch logo next to a giant dollar sign and below the text “43%: Share of internships at for-profit companies that are unpaid Source: Washington Post”
Number Crunch logo next to a giant dollar sign and below the text “43%: Share of internships at for-profit companies that are unpaid Source: Washington Post”


Number Crunch

If I had a million dollars, I… still wouldn’t be rich enough to join the 1%

A infographic illustration with the “Number Crunch” logo and the text “$4.4 million: How much money you need to be a 1 percenter in the United States Source: Knight Frank”
A infographic illustration with the “Number Crunch” logo and the text “$4.4 million: How much money you need to be a 1 percenter in the United States Source: Knight Frank”


NUMBER CRUNCH

How to be an art snob but with memes


NFTs allow people to claim ownership of a unique and authentic piece of digital art. How much are they really worth?

One of 10,000 unique CryptoPunks. Image courtesy of the owner


CEO Vlad Tenev made every crisis mistake in the book

Co-founder and co-CEO of Robinhood Vladimir Tenev speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2016
Co-founder and co-CEO of Robinhood Vladimir Tenev speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2016
Photo: Noam Galai/Stringer/Getty Images


No Mercy No Malice

Proof that kindness compounds over the long term


Off Brand

In recent weeks the stock trading app has been in reputational free fall. So why is it more popular than ever?

An illustration of a green Robin Hood cap (the bycocket) with the Robinhood company’s  feather logo placed four times along the cap.
An illustration of a green Robin Hood cap (the bycocket) with the Robinhood company’s  feather logo placed four times along the cap.
Illustration by Julia Moburg for Marker


No Mercy No Malice

Scott Galloway’s four unexpected principles for achieving economic security

An illustration of a pair of thick rimmed glasses on a surfboard going down a giant wave.
An illustration of a pair of thick rimmed glasses on a surfboard going down a giant wave.

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