Mark Glassman, Bloomberg

Mark Glassman


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Past articles by Mark:

Rising Beef, Pork, and Egg Costs Make Food Inflation Hard to Escape

With soaring energy prices contributing to increases, the trend is not likely to reverse soon. → Read More

Startups From Chime to Robinhood Race to Build a Money Super App

For decades, Wall Street has failed to create a financial supermarket. Can fintech find the one app to rule them all? → Read More

Cars Cost More Than Ever, and They’re Selling Faster, Too

The post-pandemic boom fizzled when a chip shortage halted assembly lines. → Read More

Data Show Demand for Butt Implants Soared During the Pandemic

Hair transplants, not so much. → Read More

Where the Rich Are Getting Richer Around the World

How income inequality compares globally. → Read More

In a Market Full of Optimists, These Are the Most Expensive Stocks

Tesla is on the list, of course, but investors are also expecting rebounds from industries hit hard by lockdowns. → Read More

The New Political Center: Legalize Weed, Restrict Gun Sales, Taxes Are Just Right

Public opinion has changed more on some issues than others since Ronald Reagan beat Jimmy Carter. → Read More

Video Game Numbers Show an Industry’s All-Out Growth

Three companies dominate the bestseller list as spending surges. → Read More

How the Sacklers Shifted $10.8 Billion of Their Opioid Fortune

This is where money from Purdue Pharma’s flagship painkiller, OxyContin, flowed. → Read More

The Stock Pop From a Crypto Rebrand Doesn’t Last

Companies have been racing to tie themselves with blockchain and are seeing short-term gains. → Read More

People Are Liking Trump’s Tweets Less

Twitter users are showing the president less love. → Read More

Another Way to Look at Pay

Over the past few years, the labor market has been an enigma. The jobless rate is low, but pay has risen slowly. One explanation: We’re measuring pay imperfectly. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Wage Growth Tracker suggests wages have risen more than the conventional measure says they have. → Read More

Student Loans, Rising Tuition Fuel Increase in Consumer Debt

Changes in student lending and rising tuition fuel an increase in consumer debt. → Read More

Americans’ Love of SUVs, Pickups, and Vans Keeps Getting Stronger

Americans’ love of SUVs, pickups, and vans keeps getting stronger. → Read More

Star Wars: The Force Accounted

Who is the Force strongest with? And how has the balance between light and dark shifted throughout the series? In anticipation of “The Force Awakens,” we decided to find out by watching every minute of the first two trilogies to identify, measure, and categorize use of the Force. → Read More

The (James) Bond Index: From gadgets and tuxes to cocktails and quip

Six actors have played James Bond. Here's how they stack up in wit, libido, cocktails, and chest hair → Read More

The (James) Bond Index

Six actors have played James Bond. Here's how they stack up in wit, libido, cocktails, and chest hair. → Read More

The Top-Selling Apps You've Never Heard Of

You can tell a lot about someone by his iPhone home screen. A teenager may have more games than an older millennial, who may have more social networking apps than a boomer. There are also differences among nations. Apple's App Store has users registered in 155 distinct countries and territories, and although such apps as Candy Crush and Spotify are top-sellers the world over, some regions have… → Read More

Iran’s Oil Production Could Jump Post-Sanctions

Sanctions against Iran, devised to bring it to the negotiating table and curb its nuclear program, made it hard for the country to sell its oil. Deprived of customers and investment, Iranians saw production fall to less than half its peak before the 1979 revolution. A July 13 deal between Iran and six major nations could lift those sanctions, and the oil will flow. → Read More

Words of Wisdom for the Class of 2015

Graduation speeches. They are what they are. But remarks by the late and current CEOs of Apple offer advice applicable far beyond the office. → Read More