As I noted in the previous installment, the Great Reset, if its architects have their way, would involve transformations of nearly every aspect of life.
The COVID-driven centralization of economic power and information control in the hands of a few corporate monopolies poses enduring threats to political freedom.
More than 200 Google employees on Monday announced the creation of a union, a historic first at a major technology company.
The response was as swift as it was resolute.
Tesla reported that it fell slightly short of its annual vehicle delivery expectations for the year on Saturday, while beating expectations for Q4. The company is also reportedly cutting prices in China heading into 2021.
Is this the end of the mysterious trans-Pacific rate plateau?
Elon Musk continues his California firesale: Tesla chief offloads another three more properties in single Bel Air cul-de-sac for $40.9million - as he continues his exodus to Texas in protest at Golden State lockdowns
As the world bids goodbye to 2020, restaurants and bars will have a nightmarish New Year's Eve as many shops grapple with indoor seating limits, early curfews, and, in some parts of the U.S., a complete ban on indoor dining.
Distilleries just learned that to cap off a brutal year, the FDA is charging them a fee normally reserved for drug manufacturing facilities.
(Bloomberg) -- Tesla Inc. short sellers lost billions more on the electric-vehicle maker than any other company in 2020, as bears got severely burned by the stock's surge to new highs.
The wheels on the nation's buses aren't going round and round very much these days according to MPRnews, which notes that demand for bus travel has fallen by more than 80 percent during the pandemic, as public health authorities urge people to avoi
As I've been saying for months, people have to open up the economy every which way they can.
A Billion Unsold Room-Nights And "It's Going To Get Worse" As America's Hotel Occupancy Rate Re-Plunges
You hear lots of dire predictions these days -- the planet is burning, the seas are rising, and so on. But what is the real purpose of all this doom and gloom? Is it to protect the environment? Or is there a different motive? Rogan O'Handley, aka D
At the post, The Greatest Act of Resistance I Have Seen Against COVID-19 Hysteria, Frank D. raises an important question: Again, I agree with everything she is saying, so assuming the store policy is "no mask/no service", how do we defend thi
"Resolve to serve no more and you are at once free." from 16th Century essay by Etienne de la Boetie, On Voluntary Servitude
There is a video making the rounds of a self-described desperate restaurant owner in California being confronted by several armed government workers who appeared because the restaurant owner out of desperation and to make a point had used his
With the holiday shopping season now officially in the books, Mastercard on Saturday gave a look into what consumers shopped for this year.
There is absolutely no way to avoid a great deal of pain coming to the commercial real estate market in 2021 as companies dump record volumes of office space onto the sublease market, according to FT.
'They treated it like a drug raid': California couple who refused to shut down their packed hair salon under COVID-19 restrictions slam cops for 'humiliating' them
Last week we reported that after having disappeared off the face of the earth (almost literally) for the past month following Beijing's crackdown on the now botched Ant Financial IPO, Jack Ma tried to rebuild some burned bridges when China's richest
David Lee suggested creating a holding company called X to hold all of Elon's major companies (Tesla, SpaceX, Boring Company and Neuralink).
It's amazing what adjustments the free market makes when an industry isn't constantly flooded with free money by the government for a couple days.
China kicked off an investigation into alleged monopolistic practices at Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and summoned affiliate Ant Group Co. to a high-level meeting over financial regulations, escalating scrutiny over the twin pillars of billionaire Jac
A video of a confrontation between Ventura County, California health officials and restaurant owner Anton Van Happen has gone viral.
An appeals court today stayed a judge's decision to halt enforcement of COVID-19 restrictions against San Diego County restaurants, meaning eateries must again abide by the state's regional stay-at-home order, at least for now.
We know, ammo seems hard to come by right now. But rest assured, we are building and shipping more and more every day--right here in the USA.
Decoder interview with Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown
A Zoom executive worked with Chinese authorities to provide data on users located outside of China and ensure the U.S. video-call giant retained market access in the country, according to recently unsealed court documents filed by U.S. federal prosec
Shippers are not buying into the box shortage paradigm, that the dearth of containers in Asia is caused by the pandemic, presented by shipping lines and others, with one shipper telling Container News...