That’s the story of Not For Resale, a recent documentary on video game stores and the decline of physical media, and it’s also part of the story of the recent Gamestop saga.
“Instead of spending on innovation, Big Pharma is hoarding its money for salaries and dividends,” the report says, “all while swallowing smaller companies, thus making the marketplace far less competitive.”
The rapid rise of Covid-19 has spawned a renaissance in socio-economic thinking about the best way to face the future, as mayors of cities throughout the world search for answers in the face of declining revenues while society demands more urgent help. Eureka! Amsterdam, the Venice of the North, discovers doughnut economics. With a click of fingers, it abandons the[Read More...]
The rise of the Deplorable constituency – associated with Trumpism – is not the cause of today’s crisis, but its symptom, Alastair Crooke writes.
To grasp the sheer magnitude of U.S. economic inequality in recent years, consider its two major stock market indices: the Standard and Poor (S&P) 500 and Nasdaq. All the other relevant metrics likewise show that economic inequality in the United States kept worsening across the last half-century.
Viral Reddit Post From ‘Robinhood Insider’ Claims White House Pressured Broker to Block Buying of GameStop Shares
WallStreetBets community warns post may be a ploy to panic people into selling.
Calling Reddit stock nerds "white supremacists" is surely peak "everyone I don't like is a Nazi."
Financial establishment big mad!