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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

January 6

Retail’s Anti-Christ

Retail's Anti-Christ Too many stores, flat wages, changing tastes, and Amazon have created the perfect storm for retail. Today, all retailers are getting shelled. All, that is, except one. Amazon has become the Prince of Darkness for retail and occupies a unique position, inversely correlated…

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December 22

Gone Rogue

Gone Rogue I'm taking my boys to see Rogue One this afternoon and pretty much can't focus on anything else. First off, the word "rogue" is awesome. However, the true meaning of the word, not so much: 1. a dishonest or unprincipled man “You are…

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December 16

Miscalculated Metrics

Miscalculated Metrics Facebook (again) incorrectly reported data on viewership and shares. Facebook reported the issue as “miscalculated metrics.” However, if your mistakes are consistently in your favor, then they aren’t mistakes… they’re lies. The social network benefits from an election season where lying evolved from…

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December 9

Race to a Trillion

Race to a Trillion Amazon will be the first $Trillion market cap firm, and the green flag was dropped this week. Apple and Uber created more shareholder value (since '08) than any public/private firm(s) The key to their success was the iPhone and GPS ordering/tracking,…

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December 2

I Hate Myself Less and Less Every Day

I Hate Myself Less and Less Every Day We spend $20k/month on snacks and alcohol at L2. At my first job, Morgan Stanley, I had (no joke) a chair thrown at me (I deserved it) and my boss wore suspenders every day (nobody deserves that).…

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November 25

Fake News…

Fake News… Story of the week is FB, GOOG, and Amazon are legs of the fake news stool. However, Facebook and Google don't want to be thought of as media or news companies. News Flash: They are. They (or their consumers) produce content, garner eyeballs,…

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November 18

Warby Snarker

Warby Snarker Snap's glasses ("Spectacle") have received positive, if not enthusiastic, reviews, and snap gets kudos for making vending machines cool again. The firm also confirmed an IPO projected to command a $25B valuation. The first trade (open to hedge funds and institutions, so ...…

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Need more No Mercy / No Malice in your life?

Every Monday, get our insights on Markets. On Wednesdays, we'll answer your questions in Office Hours. And Thursdays we'll share a Conversation - this week, Kyla Scanlon, a writer, video creator, and podcaster, joins Scott to discuss her debut book, “In This Economy? How Money & Markets Really Work.”