Looking at the past, present, and future, we can see that Olympic medal counts relate to much more than athletic talent.
Movie Reviews and Fandango Inflation
Just like prices and grades, stars that overstate the value of a movie can be called inflationary so perhaps we should question Fandango’s reviews.
The Dow of Christmas Music
Like the Dow Industrial Average, the list of top Christmas music from Spotify, iHeartMedia and Billboard compose a large market that is big business.
How To Make a $200 Sneaker Worth $8000
As an oligopoly, Nike uses limited edition sneakers, coveted by Sneakerheads, to compete because they create cache, a cool image, and eliminate discounting.
The Reason Norway Said No to the Olympics
Because host countries for the Olympics and World Cup spend too much on new stadiums, their subsequent return on investment (ROI) is usually inadequate.