Can the WWE Survive?

Rampage was the top rated cable show in the coveted 18-49 demographic on 27 August. Impressively, Rampage’s ratings were 20% higher than an NFL preseason game on ESPN, Wrestling Observer notes. Hence, WWE has an AEW problem, but the National Football League could have a bigger AEW problem.

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Did Boeing (BA) get a Sedition Bump?

I think Boeing (BA) is vulnerable to political shakedowns of the type the NRCC and NRSC specialize in because it loses money.

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America Faces a Dangerous Real Estate Bubble not a Neo-feudal nightmare

Now flipping is back and driving a new real estate bubble, but it’s not Main Street doing the flipping. Its’ Wall Street and rich people. The flipping is occurring on both an individual and an institutional level.

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Racist Appraisers show America faces a Real Estate Collapse

Duffy’s allegations are frightening because they show real estate appraisals; the metric upon which lenders base mortgages, are not accurate or realistic.

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Is the Trade Desk Making Money?

The big idea at Trade Desk to create an alternative to Google or Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Facebook’s (FB) digital-advertising monopoly. To achieve that goal, the Trade Desk’s engineers are trying to build smarter data-driven advertising campaigns.

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What Wrestling’s Monday Night Wars can teach us about Streaming Video’s future

Similarly, to the current Streaming Video free-for-all, the Monday Night Wars were an all-out battle between two cash-rich entertainment conglomerates.

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Is the New York Times making money from digital media?

In comparison, the print edition of The New York Times had around 833,000 subscribers in 2020. Thus, I consider The New York Times a digital media company that prints a newspaper in New York City.

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