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Scott Galloway

Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business and host of the Prof G and Pivot Podcasts. For Scott Galloway speaking inquiries, email

September 22

Losing My Religion

What has been the most significant change in the American experience over the past century? The internet, civil rights, antibiotics? The transition from a manufacturing to a service economy, or rapid urbanization? Right up there, I believe, is the displacement of religion from the center…

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September 15

Searching for a Breakup

“The notion that power should be limited so that no person or institution can enjoy unaccountable influence is at the very root of our democracy.”  —Tim Wu, Columbia University Capitalism is the most powerful system devised to elevate  the human condition. Its oxygen is innovation,…

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September 8

Least Bad

For decades, America has predicted — arrogantly and repeatedly — the imminent fall of a nation. The doomed nation, according to Americans? A: America. In the ’80s, we decided Japan was doing to us economically what they couldn’t do militarily four decades prior. My second…

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August 25

Tell Me A Story

A lot can happen in 18 months. Last January, the Nasdaq and venture funding were fresh off all-time highs. The market was birthing two unicorns (startups worth more than $1 billion) per day. Then the music stopped. Tech stocks led a market collapse with some…

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August 18

Head of the Class

This week on No Mercy No Malice, we’re featuring a guest post from Richard Reeves. Richard, a writer and a scholar whose work focuses on what I believe are pressing issues, has become my Yoda regarding the conversation concerning failing young men. We hosted Richard…

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August 11

Grief and Happiness

This week on No Mercy No Malice, we’re featuring a guest post from Mo Gawdat, an Egyptian entrepreneur, former senior executive at Google, and bestselling author on human happiness. We had Mo on the Prof G Pod a few weeks ago, and his message deeply…

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August 4

Trump and Math

I don’t know, nobody does. However, I believe it is increasingly likely Donald Trump withdraws from the race for president as the result of a plea deal. Why? A: math. Facing prosecutions in at least three jurisdictions, it’s likely, if he is not reelected, Trump…

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July 28


Hollywood’s writers and actors are on strike. As I’ve written before, their leaders have picked the wrong moment to cast themselves in a working-class drama. In sum, they have little leverage, as there are too many of them and the strike is a gift for…

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July 21

Boys to Men

America has a vision of itself as the land of opportunity, with rights and liberty for everyone. That is not and has never been the reality. But for 250 years we’ve been closing that gap at a greater pace than any other multicultural democracy. Lately,…

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