The Link #202: [Make money]
June 30, 2019

Eldorado buys Caesars for $8.6B, StockX raises at $1B, and Jony Ive leaves Apple.

On how discount brokerages (Schwab, Trade, Robinhood) make money. Plus, how Chase Coleman III of Tiger Global Management made money, how Facebook is creating money with Libra kinda like Esperanto, and how the ad industry makes money at parties like Cannes Lions.

Without irony, The Cut writes about and a resonant slice of millennial culture. Plus, ghosting your new employer and the FT on crying at work.

The Perception Gap: in American politics, Democrats perceive Republicans to have more extreme views than they really do (and vice versa). Nice data viz, too. Also, Democrats like socialism.

The 2019 edition of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Plus, Chik-fil-A is now the 3rd largest restaurant chain in the US.

Beer labels are the new record sleeve — why does every beer look so cool now?

Charmin now sells a ‘Forever’ format toilet paper in a gigantic roll.

What it says on the tin: a hi-res camera walking through Japanese streets at night in the rain.

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