Arts and Silicon Valley

The arts are an afterthought in the richest place on the planet. That’s shameful.

A local organization is trying to do something about the situation, and a CD-ROM simulation is part of the campaign. More in my Friday column.

Bush Versus Antitrust

Not that there was any serious doubt about it, George W. Bush has made it clear that he’d look unfavorably on antitrust enforcement (Reuters) if elected president.

There was a time when true conservatives believed in protecting competition. No more, sadly.

Crime Pays?

Wall Street Journal: Teenage stock manipulator got away with most trades. While (the SEC) forced the teenager to disgorge $285,000, including interest, he actually made about $800,000 trading small-company stocks — meaning he kept more than $500,000 in profits.

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