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We’re rollin’ in the dough this week with a double dip of interesting business talk.
First up are Thomas Gryta and Ted Mann of The Wall Street Journal who look at the rise and fall of one of America’s iconic companies. In Lights Out: Pride, Delusion, and the Fall of General Electric, Gryta and Mann lay out the consequences that came from believing in the mythology GE created for itself.
Then we move from Wall Street to Main Street where Carol Roth (she of The Roth Effect found right here on Ricochet) talks about the biggest transfer of wealth in history in her new book, The War on Small Business: How the Government Used the Pandemic to Crush the Backbone of America (available on June 29th).
And congratulations to @PrestonStorm for taking home the coveted Lilek’s Post of the Week for his post “I Wish Libertarians Would Pick Better Battles and Heroes”
Music from this week’s episode: Taking Care of Business by Bachman Turner Overdrive.
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