Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Business Insider headline of the day:
CNBC's Porn Special Gets Bigger Young Audience Than Goldman Sachs Scandal Coverage
Here's a clip from the special, including an interview with someone named "Jesse Jane" (don't you love how porn names are kind of like preppie names -- Parker Brooks or Brooks Parker -- you can reverse the order, and it still works?):
Ms. Jane seems to have a firm grasp of the concept of marketing a high-end product by feeding the consumer the illusion of scarcity, and apparently has accomplished this without the benefit of an MBA. Good for her. Maybe the board of Goldman should consider her as a replacement for Lloyd Blankfein. It certainly would make recruiting interviews more interesting.