Four lessons economists could learn from Elvis

People tell lots of stories about Elvis Presley. One of the most widely told, and my personal favorite, is about the time that he was hanging out with some law enforcement men at Graceland. Elvis suddenly decided he wanted a Fool's Gold Loaf, an outrageously unhealthy sandwich that a restaurant in Denver sold for the … Continue reading Four lessons economists could learn from Elvis

I’m ready for point C

Every so often, I read something that completely blows my mind. Today I stumbled upon that very thing: "The disconnect between the traditional definitions of diversity and inclusion, and the millennial definitions, is already causing business hardship." That hardship comes in the form of clashes with managers and upper-level executives who don’t allow millennials to … Continue reading I’m ready for point C

Drake: The Hometown Hero that Toronto Doesn’t Deserve

It’s no secret that Drake loves Toronto and reps it every chance he gets. The self-proclaimed 6 God never misses an opportunity to remind us of where he’s from, and the hazy, wistful Toronto that he’s portrayed in his music put the city on the current pop culture map. On a recent trip to New … Continue reading Drake: The Hometown Hero that Toronto Doesn’t Deserve