We are always looking for great insightful articles to share within our community. November was full of interesting, positive and negative topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
A Miami professor who’s an expert on drug trafficking and organized crime was charged by the U.S. with laundering money from Venezuela, skimming more than $250,000 for himself.
Elon Musk showed off a new vehicle. But the presentation lacked familiar Musk flourishes.
A new startup is working with department stores to give them a ‘third wave’ retail boost.
The global economy is stuck in a rut that it won’t exit unless governments revolutionize policies and how they invest, rather than just hoping for a cyclical upswing, the OECD said.
Sometimes behavior that may seem irrational is really rational choice in disguise.
Epsilon Theory: By Our Own Petard
Fiduciary standards, prudent man rules and client sensibilities compel us toward fervent pursuit of “alignment.” There’s just one little problem: we can never be aligned with our agents.
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