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Trini Amador on Brand Building

The EntrepreneurStrategyEntrepreneurship

09/10/2019Audio/Video
Global branding expert Trini Amador explains how every business can methodically build a strong brand to deliver consumer value and unleash cash flow.
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The High Price of a "Free Lunch"

Taxes and Spending

Blog09/06/2019

Most everyone dislikes being taxed to pay for government. So governments turn to borrowing and printing money. But those methods aren't really any less costly than taxation.

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The F-35 Boondoggle

One reason Congress keeps throwing money at the F-35: There are 1,400 subcontractors for the F-35 program, spread out over 307 congressional districts in 45 States.

09/02/2019Power & Market
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The Coming Regime of the ECB: Radical Centrism

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

In Christine Lagarde and Philip Lane, the EU has two new central bankers who will push the limits of what central banks can do.

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The Siren Song of the State

Political Theory

07/23/2019The Free Market
We Americans shall never have real, lasting peace so long as we give our allegiance to a king—that is, in our case, to the whole conglomeration of institutionalized exploiters and murderers we know as the state.
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The Rising Importance of the Austrian School to Entrepreneurs

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog07/01/2019

There is a field where Austrians are being heard and where Austrian theory is tremendously influential, and that field is dynamic entrepreneurial capitalism.

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The Fed Fears Rising Market Interest Rates

The demand for loans among consumers and business owners is rising. And that could lead to a flood of new money into the economy. But the Fed is (rightly) afraid of where this might lead.

06/24/2019Power & Market
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The Velocity of Circulation

Financial MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary Theory

06/20/2019Mises Daily Articles
Increased velocity of circulation is not, in itself, a contributing cause of higher commodity prices. It is not even a link in the chain of causation.
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