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What Quality Content Really Looks Like Today

Here's why the old definition of "quality content" is wrong and how you can start picking up more wins by playing content marketing moneyball.

Phew! Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Are On Speaking Terms Again!

The tension between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has certainly mellowed. It's been six months since the Maleficent actress filed for divorce from the Moneyball star and, after quite a bit of mudslinging from both sides, the former flames have made peace. Oooh, go on! Related: Exes Brad & Jennifer Have Reconnected Amidst His Divorce! According to People, [...]

'The Big Short' author on Trump and Wall Street

Michael Lewis, author of "The Big Short," "Moneyball," and "The Undoing Project," explains why some of the Trump administration's policy ideas could take the...

'Moneyball' author on Trump's gut instinct

Michael Lewis, author of "The Big Short," "Moneyball," and "The Undoing Project," his latest book on gut instinct, explains to Lawrence why he thinks Donald...

Markets Priced for Perfection, Sentiment Ahead of Actual Growth

Market expectations have driven stock prices to new highs, but with sentiment so extreme, many are wondering if this move is sustainable. This time on FS Insider we spoke with Andrew Zatlin of Moneyball Economics about his take on market direction, the possibility for...

Browns' 'Moneyball' approach playing out and the results are, well, to be determined

It's still early, but the Browns are starting to see some positive results after their front-office restructuring

The Browns Trading for Brock Osweiler Could Be a Seismic Shift for NFL Free Agency

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Everyone laughed when the Browns hired a front office that was going to try and bring Moneyball to the NFL. Cleveland annoyed player (...)

How Watching "Moneyball" Helped Me Turn Around My Company's Diversity Problem

Reshma Shetty began to see her startup's diversity problems more urgently after an accidental crash course in "sabermetrics." Reshma Shetty began to see her startup's diversity problems more urgently after an accidental crash course in "sabermetrics." To be perfectly honest, I started thinking about diversity later than I should have. Show More Summary

Toyota is applying ‘Moneyball’ to NASCAR driver development, and it's working

Toyota Racing uses scouting and a proprietary formula to find NASCAR’s next star drivers years before anyone knows their names. When a team unexpectedly needs to replace a driver, it can create a lot of uncertainty. Who it will lineShow More Summary

3 Steps To Effective Change Management

Have you ever watched the movie Moneyball? The lead character Billy Beane, played by Brad Pitt, pressed forward in his plans to re-create the Oakland A’s baseball team. He pursued this goal with a single-minded determination, stating...Show More Summary

Why do NBA 3-Point Contest participants get to choose where to place the moneyball rack?

The iconic moneyball that’s worth two points was once placed at the end of a rack. Now, it’s an entire rack... at the player’s choosing. The NBA made the first substantive change to the Three-Point Contest in 2014 when they added the...Show More Summary

Why you should read the Undoing Project

The Undoing Project, the new Michael Lewis book (Big Short, Blindside, Moneyball), tells the story of Kahneman and Tversky – 2 Israeli psychologists who challenged assumptions of rationality and decision making.  I first heard Tversky at a Society of Medical Decision Making meeting.  He presented their work and emphasized the concepts of heuristics and biases. […]

An “Inspiring” Movie About the John and Yoko Romance Is in the Works

Deadline reports that the polarizing romance of John Lennon and Yoko Ono will be the subject of an upcoming feature film. Ono herself will serve as one of the producers, along with Michael De Luca (Moneyball, The Social Network), Josh Bratman, and Anthony McCarten, who will also write the screenplay. Show More Summary

Q&A: Michael Lewis On Revisiting 'Moneyball,' Male Overconfidence And The Future Of Finance

Michael Lewis on the urge some of Hillary Clinton’s supporters still have to “undo” the election results, the limits of algorithms, his personal experiences on Wall Street and how evidence of men’s overconfidence (and worse trading habits) make the case for women leaders.

NFL Playoff Schedule 2017: TV Info and Bracket Predictions for Divisional Round

Michael Lewis' seminal book Moneyball, about the 2002 Oakland Athletics and their use of analytics to construct a winning baseball team on a shoestring budget, showed how important numbers, as opposed to gut feel, are to correctly analyzing...Show More Summary

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