January 11, 2018
The breakup of big tech will begin, Snap will be acquired, and Alexa will emerge as the iPhone of the next decade. But first, we look back at how Scott's 2017 predictions fared.
January 4, 2018
Scott Galloway and Maureen Mullen look back at the top trends of 2017 and predict what lies ahead for retail, CPG, and other sectors. Episode 156
December 21, 2017
Why should we break up Big Tech? Because we're capitalists. Scott Galloway's talk at Business Insider's Ignition 2017 conference. Episode 154
December 14, 2017
Winner: Jeff Bezos. But as the Amazon founder becomes the world's richest person, who's losing?
December 8, 2017
Trust is eroding as a symbol of brand equity. Who's winning in today's market? Brands that play to a sense of New.
November 30, 2017
Instead of conventional fundraising techniques, Charity:Water used digital strategies from VR to Instagram—and raised a quarter-billion dollars. Founder Scott Harrison chats with Scott Galloway about his unpredictable journey from selling bottle service to donating clean water.
To learn more about Charity: Water, visit http://www.charitywater.org
November 16, 2017
What do Google searches and Facebook posts reveal about the human psyche? Everybody Lies author Seth Stephens-Davidowitz delves into the internet's hidden truths in this special edition of Winners and Losers.
November 9, 2017
Loser: Carl's Jr., who tweeted desperately asking Amazon to buy it. Here's what the Bezos behemoth should buy instead. Loser: Brands who aren't appealing to millennials, the largest generation in the US with more than $1 trillion in spending power. Loser: Mattress stores as online disruptors take over. Loser: Society. Big tech has more power than ever, but is it making the world a better place?
November 2, 2017
If Scott was at yesterday's Intelligence Committee hearing, here's what he would have asked.
October 26, 2017
Winner: Nvidia. The company has released the first chip powerful enough to be used in the production of autonomous cars, sending its stock shooting up and proving that boring is sexy. Loser: Sheryl Sandberg, who is fast becoming the information age's Sean Spicer by lying on behalf of her boss. Winner: Halloween, on which Americans will spend $9 billion.