The Doctor Is In. Co-Pay? $40,000. | The New York Times
Premium care for the well-to-do isn't new. Concierge practices have been around for decades. Now there's an elite version. Well-connected GP -with a max of 50 families as patients- use their connections to secure the best specialist -same day- treatment.
(June 3, 2017)
Surge pricing comes to the supermarket | The Guardian
Algorithms and data collection - Facebook has some 100 data points on each of its 2 billion users - give retailers key insight into how you can and will pay for their products. Some believe this will lead to individual pricing. But what about competition?
(June 4, 2017)
Amazon’s New Customer | Stratechery
Amazon is not interested in becoming a grocer. Over the next few years it will transform the Whole Foods supply chain into a service architecture. What will make this massive investment worth it, though, is one guaranteed customer: Whole Foods Markets.
(June 19, 2017)
How to Deal With North Korea | The Atlantic
Option one: a pre-emptive strike. Number two a limited military attack. Three: assinate Kim Jong Un or option four: accept. No option really stands out. The most likely outcome is that North Korea will develop long range nuclear deterrence.
(June 20, 2017)