Author: Josh Siegel

The NBA has a Spending Problem

The NBA has a Spending Problem

An NBA player you’ve never heard of is about to make a boatload of money. Maybe it’s Ian Clarke of the Warriors who has a career average of only 10 minutes per game, or Otto Porter who finally had a half decent season for my […]

The Economics of Traffic

The Economics of Traffic

And you thought the wasted time was costly…

ESPN: The Worldwide Leader in Layoffs

ESPN: The Worldwide Leader in Layoffs

For over thirty years the television giant ESPN has been broadcasting sports into living rooms across America and all over the world. The Disney-owned and Connecticut-based network boasts itself as “The Worldwide Leader in Sports,” a statement that is hard to refute when they cover […]

Starbucks v. Dunkin’ A Caffine Conundrum

Starbucks v. Dunkin’ A Caffine Conundrum

I’ll take my sales black, please!

CGI is Resurrecting the Dead

CGI is Resurrecting the Dead

What is CGI may never die.

Balling for a Budget

Would you give these three brothers a shot?

The Economics of Love

Is there utility in splitting utilities?

The NCAA and its Indentured Athletes

Imagine that you’ve been offered a job at Company X. This job is based on the fulfillment of a contract, which we’ll get to in a bit. Company X is a multibillion dollar, not-for-profit organization, but instead of offering you a salary they exempt you […]