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Nick Hanauer
Entrepreneur, venture capitalist, civic activist, philanthropist, author. Host of Pitchfork Economics. NOT a billionaire.
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Neal Katyal 2h
It's hard to listen to Ambassador Taylor and George Kent and not feel teary. This is the American government I have always known, chock full of people like this who forgo private opportunities because they believe in what America is all about. It's that promise that ...
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Civic Skunk Works 53m
Must be really difficult to continually work 312 times harder than the average worker!
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Simone Cavallaro 19h
Listen to the lively debate in this episode of between co-hosts and , and their guest, Luigi , Faculty Director of the at
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Civic Action Nov 12
‘Chicago School’ is a descriptor often used to signify conventional economic thinking. This week, our friend , a professor at Chicago Booth School of Business, joins and to find out where they agree—or disagree.
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Nick Hanauer Nov 11
Another "pulling yourself up by your own bootstraps" stories.
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Sharon Block Nov 11
Important work on how corp consolidation is harming consumers. There should be as much attention on how it hurts workers. We need new labor law so workers can create countervailing power. Workers and consumers and communities need to strategize together.
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Michael Tomasky Nov 11
My latest for : Multi-billion dollar fortunes aren't just excessive or decadent. They're anti-democratic and will destroy democracy. I explain why here.
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Nick Hanauer Nov 11
Bill Gates, I Implore You to Connect Some Dots
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David Leonhardt Nov 10
In one industry after another, a few American companies have grown so large that they have the power to keep prices high and wages low. It’s great for those corporations — and bad for almost everyone else.
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Seattle Sounders FC Nov 10
2019 MLS CUP CHAMPIONS 🏆
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Invictus Nov 10
There will be no bottom. There is no end to his petty vindictiveness. This is infuriating, and on the eve of Veterans Day, no less. Trump is a vile human being.
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Civic Action Nov 10
We tried this in Seattle. As it turns out, paying restaurant workers enough so that they can eat at restaurants is pretty damn good for business. Obviously.
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POLÍTICO México Nov 7
. reaccionó a la mañanera de AMLO por el video en el que participó. "Hoy soy muy grande en México", escribió.
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Mike Birbiglia Nov 10
I liked Obama quite a bit but if he told a foreign country he would withhold hundreds of millions in aid until they created dirt on his political opponent Mitt Romney I would be 100% out. Impeachment. Removal. Out. RT if u agree with this. I’m curious.
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Nick Hanauer Nov 10
So cool watching little brother Adrian win the MLS Cup. Sorry Canada!
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Civic Action Nov 8
Our founder is famous in Mexico!
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Nick Hanauer Nov 8
AMLO ve en Nick Hanauer, multimillonario de EU, un gurú para combatir la desigualdad
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Mossback Nov 8
In my column before the election, I reported a source in the business community saying the last minute Amazon donation was a "double-edged sword." Looks like it might have been a buzz saw that undercut them instead.
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Suresh Nov 7
there's a billionaire version of "The King's Two Bodies" to be written, about residence-based taxation, timing of mortality, marriages, estate taxes, undead trust funds, life-extension. The body as vessel for the ever accumulating, tax-dodging spirit of the money that animates it
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ty stiklorius Nov 7
Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police stare or both. Listen to ⁦⁩ & some of the world’s leading economic thinkers. Everything you learned about economics is wrong.
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