Libert-e-bikes: Marketing Mobility As Freedom

Michael Robertson, who founded a peer platform of the ill-fated Napster in 1997, once referred to cars as “liberty machines.” It’s a dominant belief among many car owners. Are eBike companies challenging that assumption in their marketing material?

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Mispricing the Chevrolet Bolt, And Other Strange Corporate Decisions

The Chevrolet Bolt originally sold poorly. It’s now selling well, but at an average of a 30% discount off its full MSRP. Maybe that suggests it wasn’t priced right to begin with.

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The Fed’s COVID19 Rate Cuts Can’t Stop What’s Coming

Corporate America had beaucoup problems before COVID19 hit the scene. Now, it’s just a matter of time before the corporate debt bubble bursts– with massive implications for the US economy and worker.

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