CEE Review: Turn hipsters into capitalists | 2015 startup activity is up | Stadium welfare for billionaires | and more

News and Opinion

Steve Blank on what a startup is: a temporary organization designed to find a repeatable and scalable business model. Six-minute video via the Kauffman Foundation. Transcript here.

How to turn hipsters into capitalists. The Guardian. two young hipster stylish elegant men working with notebook and tablet at home

In 2014, “immigrants started new companies or became self-employed at nearly twice the rate of native-born Americans.” The Wall Street Journal.

Early 2015 startup activity is up. Kauffman Foundation.

OSHA issues guidance on transgender bathroom access. The Hill.

The weaker sex. The Economist.

Should there be stadium welfare for billionaires? The debate in Wisconsin. FEE.

Chris Koopman on why subsidized stadium grass is always greener.

Can We Blame Keynes for Keynesianism? Stephen Hicks at The Good Life.

Idea: “Leaders aren’t born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work.” Vince Lombardi

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.

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