Modern cities need anchors — executives, investors, companies — of innovation. City-company matching tends to happen according to size and scale.
One of the most interesting trends today is the great unbundling of business and politics.
This essay is the story of a single dollar’s journey through the world — and how its lessons can be applied to innovation.
there is incredible power in the idea of “ownership” — stocks, buildings, companies, etc. we cannot create wealth when our money is linked to hours worked.
The bi-polar world economic order — with China and the United States setting the rules — didn’t last very long.
Almost fifty years ago, five developing countries — Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand — formed an economic, political, and social partnership.