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Why Am I Walking 500 Miles, and Spending $2,500 to Do It?
The Camino de Santiago
Dumb & Dumber: Twitter, Baby Formula, and The Ministry of Truth
Welcome to Wells $treet. If you’re new here, allow me to introduce you to Dumb & Dumber, a regular column that summarizes the latest stupidity in the business world. I believe that every story has a business angle, because, seriously, it all comes down to the bottom line.
Inflation Report From the Pig Farm: Bringing Home Less Bacon
Time to follow Wells $treet’s nose for news to a very smelly place, but that’s where I smell money, baby. If you like business stories that aren’t boring, check out my homepage.
How I Ended Up on “Seinfeld”
And How It Almost Didn’t Happen
#Inflation: Which Companies are Raising Prices, and How Much You’re Willing to Pay
Welcome to Wells $treet, where I live to follow the money. Unlike everything else right now, the price of this newsletter is *not* going up. It's still free! So subscribe to receive these bulletins once or twice a week via email. They’ll make you smarter. Maybe.
Who Wants to Watch Women’s Sports at a Bar? At The Sports Bra, There’s a Line Out the Door.
Welcome to Wells $treet, where I cover business from an unusual angle, and I also cover unusual businesses. Today's Bulletin falls into the second category. If wacky success stories amuse and inspire you, subscribe to receive them directly to your inbox for free. And as Alan Hamel (aka Mr. Suzanne Somers) used to say in commercials for the long-...
The Economic Impact of Ending Roe v. Wade — Will Large Companies Reconsider Leaving California?
Here at Wells $treet, every headline has a money angle, including the possible end of Roe v. Wade.
Vinyl and Victrola — Gen Z Plays New Music on an Old Format
Welcome to Wells $treet, where I follow the money down unusual alleyways. What I find can amaze me, amuse me, or enrage me. Today’s story amazes me, because it’s the story of an iconic brand that disappeared long ago. Now it’s back and thriving, thanks in part to the pandemic.
One Woman’s Guide to Avoiding Debt, Starting a Company, and Asking for a Raise
This entrepreneur studies the connection between money and emotion.
Think Smarter: Financial Do’s and Don’ts
Making Sense (Cents!) of Money During Financial Literacy Month
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