We’re covering, at a slightly higher level, a lawsuit against a dating app company, Elon Musk’s latest corporate shenanigans, and more.
From client lists and sales metrics, to patentable innovations and trademarked branding, enterprise value today is as much about…
But if there’s anything that’s true of writing about the geopolitics of the Middle East, it’s that it’s very often a humbling experience.
I’ve wondered, from time to time, why groups like the Houthis agree to be Iran’s proxies—and missile fodder—in their “cold war” against…
In case you’ve been willfully blocking out the news for the past few weeks, Boeing’s in a big ‘ol vat of hot water again…
What do Boeing and Alexander the Great have in common? What new lawsuit has Elon Musk come up with now? And man, RIP, RIP Vice News.
This is not an episode about a dating app for Tesla lovers. But there’s a weird lawsuit against dating apps, and new Elon antics.
The Noisecutter Podcast debates the merits of non-competes against a backdrop of some pretty wild examples of IP theft.
A relatively unknown terrorist group with a kind of confusing name attacked an obscure US base in the Middle East. The implications are big.
The Houthis have entered the chat and the chat did absolutely not need them to. Also, a finance app made a mess of itself.
Today’s news cycle is doomed.
Never before in the history of the world have we had this much access to this many headlines. News outlets around the world give us the facts, but without any context, they’re just not very useful. That’s where we come in.
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Rex is a lawyer and risk analyst living and working in Brooklyn, New York.
For the past 20 years, Rex has been a keen observer of and commentator on a wide range of news items and current events. Rex’s interests span the breadth of business and finance, technology and innovation, and conflict and global affairs, among others.
Rex maintains a private law practice, Chatterjee Legal, which focuses on the needs of startups and other innovation-driven businesses. He also serves as the managing principal of Titan Grey, a risk management consulting firm.
Rex is a graduate of Cornell University and Columbia Law School.