Right-click on the New York Times graphic below, open Bo Cowgill’-s post in another browser tab, and read his arguments.
Image Credit: Chris Gash for the New York Times
Adam Siegel of Inkling Markets is also out with a post on that NYT article, but it is of no intellectual interest. Maybe Adam should blog less quickly and eat more fish.
I forgot to tell you, the other day, that Best Buy is a Consensus Point client, but you knew that already.
Previously: The New York Times is telling the business world that enterprise prediction markets are an essential management tool.
Previously: Do Google’s enterprise prediction markets work?
Previous blog posts by Chris F. Masse:
- The Terror Finance Blog
- Playing fantasy sports is not gambling. The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act includes a specific exemption for fantasy sports, provided the prizes are determined in advance and the imaginary teams don’t correspond to any real teams.
- Inkling Markets’ Advisory Board… which does not want to tell its name
- BetFair created the world’s largest ad banner —as certified by the Guinness Book of World Records.
- Why Emile Servan-Schreiber is on to something with Bet 2 Give —and why InTrade, TradeSports and BetFair should each have a philanthropy wallet.
- The CFTC is going to close the comments in 14 days. We have 14 days left to convince the CFTC to accept FOR-PROFIT prediction exchanges, and counter the evil petition organized by the American Enterprise Institute (which has on its payroll Paul Wolfowitz, the bright masterminder of the Iraq war).
- The purpose of X2 is to identify future disruptions, opportunities, and competitive landscapes related to the content and dynamics of global science and technology innovation- to develop a new platform for understanding global innovation trends- and to present this information to policy- and decision-makers, as well as the general public, in a useful form.