Look for the baby
This past week, one of my colleagues shared a learning at our weekly research meeting. Christian and his wife, Siggi, were on vacation when Siggi unfortunately dropped her iPhone into the bath.
Waiting in line: The high cost of red tape
Imagine you spent 4% of your life waiting in line. Given that there are 8,765 hours in a year, this would imply that you spent 350 hours each year staring at the backs of people’s heads.
The art of survival
The restaurant industry is tough. Virtually anyone with decent cooking skills and a modest amount of capital can open one; the barriers to entry are quite low.
Fraudster alert: 10 ways investors can avoid being duped
History is ripe with hucksters. Investors were reminded of this again this month when stock market darling Gowex declared bankruptcy.
The leopard and his spots: Deception in emerging markets
In a recent National Geographic article, paleontologists reported the discovery of a new fossil. The 126 million year old creature was given the name Cretophasmomima melanogramma which sounds slightly more exotic than its meaning: ancient black-lined stick insect.
Made in Detroit: Seeing value where others do not
A scrappy, twenty-something-year old from Detroit, Andy Didorosi does not fit into the typical image of American capitalism.