Pando

  1. “I’m sad about the victims, right?” Pando goes to FreedomFest, Pt II

    For at least some young voters, Uber doesn’t represent the bleeding edge of the cult of disruption, but a coddling, lily-livered first step.

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  2. By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Delivering Happiness desk

  3. Walking With Libertarians: Pando goes to FreedomFest, Pt I

    Taking candy from a convicted felon at "the greatest libertarian show on earth."

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Freedom desk

  4. Staff at Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project decided to abandon Holacracy nine months ago

    Employees apparently used their Holacracy authority to rollback the untested, unworkable workplace experiment that Hsieh is now forcing on Zappos.

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Disruption desk

  5. A Holacracy of Dunces

    After betting $350m on his struggling Downtown Project, Tony Hsieh next big gamble is with the livelihood of a thousand or so Zappos employees.

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Delivering Happiness desk

  6. Flagged for deletion: Why tech companies shouldn't ban racist flags

    Don’t try to find a legal, or even logical, explanation for why Swastikas are verboten on Amazon but Jeff Bezos will gladly sell you a copy of Mein Kampf in hardback, paperback, or for your Kindle.

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Confederacy desk

  7. By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Legal Affairs desk

  8. FBI refuses to hand Gawker the keys to its secret celebrity sex tape library

    As press freedom cases go, there are plenty less icky than this one.

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Legal Affairs desk

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