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Best Show you Aren't Streaming: BoJack Horseman

Will Arnet is on his A-Game and then some. Now available on Netflix streaming is the Netflix original comedy series 'BoJack Horseman'. It gets better wich each episode. There are 13 episodes available right now, season one.

The 30 Richest Hedge Fund Managers In America

Forbes has released its annual "Richest People In America List." The Forbes 400 always includes the biggest names in the hedge fund space. We counted 30 hedge fund managers this year. Fund managers like Daniel Loeb of Third Point and Bill Ackman of Pershing Square have both seen their networth increase significantly in the last year. Show More Summary

Ad Fraud Redux | Authorship Dead a While, But Funeral Finally Happening | Apple Tidies up Health Data Policy Prior to New Product Launches

Ad Fraud: AdExchanger continues its fascinating series of interviews of ad fraud detection company executives, this time talking to DoubleVerify's Matt McLaughlin, who does a good job of not revealing too much about the workings of the firm's technology, but does note that the move to programmatic is pushing advertisers to bring media buying, and even [...]

Sears Holdings: The Retail Death Spiral Quantified

By Jesse Bellet: The scope of this article will look at the retail landscape faced by Sears Holdings (NASDAQ:SHLD). Sears recently released its second quarter earnings for 2014, and with this information, I will outline the issues faced by the company. Show More Summary

Fed’s Evans: Wait to 2016 to Consider Raising Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said Monday he wouldn't be comfortable with a move to start raising interest rates before the first quarter of 2016.

3 Techniques That Will Double Your Social Media Content with Half the Effort

Too often, doing social media can become a pain. This is especially true for startup environments, run by busy people with more “important” things to do than post on Twitter and check on Facebook engagement levels. But we all know, deep down inside, that social media is important. And we know that we have to […]

Justice Ginsburg assails Supreme Court for viewing 'the woman as not really an adult individual'

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has some choice words for the Supreme Court's handling of women's issues, saying in an interview with New Republic that in at least one case, some justices acted as if women were incapable of making decisions for themselves. Show More Summary

So Long, Then, Cristina Fernandez De Kirchner

By Jim Grant: Wastrel governments the world over are borrowing at negligible rates of interest (some at less than zero). Argentina, for all intents and purposes, can’t borrow, at least not on the international capital markets. The country’s a mess and it pays mess-appropriate yields. Show More Summary

5 Industries Entrepreneurs Can't Afford to Overlook

Broaden your scope to these industries and zero in on the profitable aspects of technology.

Marathon Oil Is 'Scooping' Up Value For Investors

By Callum Turcan: Recently, Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) announced that it boosted its unconventional 2P reverse base by 520 million BOE (versus year-end 2013) to 3 billion BOE. Most of the reserve gains came from the Oklahoma Resource Basins, with 310 million BOE added in a little less than a year. Show More Summary

George Bush to Fox News: 'I'm not gonna second-guess the president'

Former President George W. Bush sat down with Fox News Thursday to discuss everything from his brother's potential White House run — Bush says he's all for it — to ISIS. And though Bush said he stood by his warning in 2007 that pulling U.S. Show More Summary

Preservation Watch: Crowdfunding Could Save Tokyo's Iconic Capsule Tower

Photo by Noritaka Minami The owners of units in Tokyo's Nakagin Capsule Tower are locked in a stalemate over whether to demolition or refurbish the iconic building. But Masato Abe, founder of the Save Nakagin Capsule Tower Project, has a...

Planned layoffs drop to 14-year low as unemployment claims fall

American companies announced the fewest planned layoffs in 14 years in September while initial unemployment claims dropped last week to near a post-recession low, two positive labor market signs ahead of Friday's jobs report.

U.S. Soybean Sales And Exports Dominated By China

By T. Marc Schober: China accounted for over 50% of the total soybean sales and exports this week. Soybean sales fell from the 12-month high set last week, but were still above their 10-week average. Corn sales also declined, but they too remained above their 10-week average. Show More Summary

Here's what it's really like to be in the Secret Service

Dan Emmett, a former Secret Service agent in the Presidential Protection Division who protected George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush, has an illuminating essay published in the Wall Street Journal, which details the excitements...Show More Summary

Who Will Buy Japanese Government Bonds After 2016?

By Richard Solomon: Originally published here . J apan cannot grow its national debt as a percentage of GDP indefinitely. At some point, if government deficit spending remains on its current path, the market will decide the debt cannot be repaid and will stop further buying. Show More Summary

Is General Dynamics Stock Still A Buy?

By Arie Goren: Although General Dynamics Corporation (NYSE:GD) stock has already surged 33.8% year-to-date, I believe, that it still has room to move up. The company had a massive backlog of $99.5 billion at the end of the second quarter, and it has gained some sizable contracts since then. Show More Summary

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