Horse Racing

Opinion | From a Horse Race to a Court Case

Posted by May 4, 2023

The 149th Kentucky Derby will take place Saturday, continuing a long tradition of horse racing and, often, gambling. The latter has meant that lawyers

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Opinion | What Do We Want Out of Youth Sports?

Posted by April 30, 2023

Jason Gay does an excellent job raising the alarm about low participation rates in recreational sports (“The Real Issue in Youth Sports,” Sports,

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Opinion | Europe Worries That America Fights Climate Change Too…

Posted by April 20, 2023

The Inflation Reduction Act ranks among the most dishonest pieces of legislation ever passed in the U.S. How ironic, then, that the law is causing new

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Opinion | The FTC Is Working With the EU to…

Posted by April 19, 2023

Once upon a time U.S. officials tried to protect American companies from zealous foreign regulators. Not in the Biden Administration, where Federal Tr

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Opinion | Woke Companies Have Been With Us for a…

Posted by April 17, 2023

Woke corporations aren’t so new. The arm-twisting approach described in Gregory Angelo’s op-ed “I Helped Make Corporations Woke, and I Regret It

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Opinion | Sports Movies That Continue to Inspire

Posted by April 16, 2023

When I text with friends who, like me, came of age in the 1980s, it isn’t long before someone refers to a sports movie from his youth. With a buddy

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Opinion | Foreign Companies Should Have to Play by the…

Posted by April 16, 2023

The U.S. is home to the deepest, most liquid source of capital there is. So it’s no surprise that companies from around the globe want to raise mone

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Opinion | When Big Business Married Big Government

Posted by March 26, 2023

When liberals look back on the Biden presidency, they may hail its greatest accomplishment as ushering in a new era of corporate government dependency. Without

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Opinion | Insurance Companies Are Quietly Fleeing California

Posted by March 17, 2023

The words “California” and “crisis” seem to go together as the state bounds from one intractable problem to another. The recent spate of flood-level sto

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Opinion | Banking Is Always a Risky Business

Posted by March 14, 2023

Like many tech firms, my company and some of the startups we’ve created spent the weekend worrying as the fate of Silicon Valley Bank and its depositors hung

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