He has undoubtedly left hundreds of thousands (if not millions) on the table by keeping his position with the New York Times, whose ethics policies forbid such advisorships and certain speaking engagements. As such, he's unable to rake in Larry Summers/Merton/Scholes money by advising Wall Street hedge funds, etc. » 4/16/14 2:34pm Today 2:34pm

One of Zuckerberg's strongest attributes, I think, is that he "gets" that he won't alwayst get it. Facebook was amazing to the mid-2000's college/millennial crowd, but he knows that he won't always be on the pulse of what current college students/teens are using. » 4/16/14 12:32pm Today 12:32pm

Is that so? A former boss, not a Kentuckian (a Californian), would show off his plastic alcohol bladder in his office prior to his flights out to Louisville. We all assumed this was just on account of him being an alcoholic, not because it was the cool locals thing to do. » 4/14/14 2:03pm Monday 2:03pm

I enjoyed your vision of the future for a few seconds, where everyone's genes have intermingled to the point where phenotypical markers aren't so distinct and race would no longer be (such) an issue. That is, I did until I realized we would just substitute other means by which to discriminate or self-impose class… » 4/12/14 9:07pm Saturday 9:07pm

Many of the WSJ staffers know this too; there was abundant fear in the newsroom once it became clear whom the Bancrofts were selling to. Many excellent reporters took off for more reasonable pastures, though there's still some noteworthy people there doing good work. That said, they're aware that the "suggestions" you… » 4/08/14 5:13pm 4/08/14 5:13pm