Morning Brew’s Kinsey Grant sits down with the biggest names in business and asks them the questions you’d want to ask yourself. From VCs and DTC to streaming and social media, Kinsey explores the stories behind the headlines you’re reading. Swap your coffee for a beer, swap your eyes for your ears, and join us—you know the dress code.
Does the U.S. deficit matter?
Does the U.S. government need to bother thinking about who foots the bill for massive spending programs? A growing number of economists think the answer is no. Let’s learn why.
Can campaign finance reform solve D.C.’s corruption problem?
What if we could shift the way we interpret and regulate campaign spending? That kind of shift might just root out deep-seated corruption in our electoral process...according, at least, to today’s guest: Lawrence Lessig.
Is our democracy for sale?
Where does campaign funding come from? Where is it going? And how has it impacted our democratic process? Find out in this honest account of money’s role in our elections.
Is Silicon Valley losing its luster?
Silicon Valley could be on its last leg. Steve Case, former AOL cofounder and CEO, explains why the next-gen tech innovation hubs will look drastically different from today’s.
What does it take to succeed in business?
Who gets what they need to succeed in business and why? Let’s find out with Michael Seibel, partner at Y Combinator and CEO of the YC startup accelerator program.
Can one recession undo years of progress?
This recession has decimated employment for marginalized groups. Let’s figure out why...and, more importantly, how we recover in a way that works for everyone.
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