Monthly Archives: March 2018

The End of an Era

After the demise of the video rental industry and the brick-and-mortar music retail industry, it is now the turn of the most famous toy store in the world to pay the piper for failing to acknowledge the massive online competition. What could have been done, and what are the lessons to learn? Continue reading

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Ahhh… Tariffs (sigh)

Tariffs don’t work, they never have, they never will. Why tariffs in the US serve a political rather than an economical purpose Continue reading

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A Guide to Brexiting

What is so hard about getting out of the EU? Politicians and bureaucrats have a knack to overcomplicate things, and as a consequence the public suffers. Read my guide to Brexiting, where you will see the simple steps to follow if you want to brexit. Continue reading

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