Tagged With Freakonomics

After a disastrous Uber ride last year, the company's chief economist examined the economics of apologies — and discovered there's something more important than 'I'm sorry'


The three best things about wealth, according to best-selling 'Freakonomics' author Stephen Dubner


'Freaknomics' author says the most upsetting problem he's ever researched was cancer



Warren Buffett's youngest son describes what it was like being raised by a billionaire


Freakonomics author Steven Levitt got a whole bunch of college kids to confess to cheating


Adopting this surprising habit of highly intelligent people can make you look smarter at work



How being unprepared for a negotiation saved one man nearly $2,000 on a new car


A high-end call girl answers questions about her job, her clients, and her business model


Science says there's no such thing as a left-brain or right-brain thinker


12 Ways Successful People Think Differently


Beware The 'Cobra Effect' -- Why Some Incentives Backfire So Badly


Here's The Most Important Investing Lesson From 'Think Like A Freak'



7 Ways You Can Become More Successful By 'Thinking Like A Freak'


Why Kids Are Better At Figuring Out Magic Tricks


Why Expensive Wine Is Probably A Waste Of Money


There's A Reason Nigerian Scammers Are So Obvious In Their Emails



There's A Big Problem With Saying 'I Don't Know' -- Here's A Better Answer


9 Ways Highly Successful People Think Differently Than Everyone Else


'Freakonomics' Author Steven Levitt Explains How Anyone Can 'Think Like A Freak'


An Exclusive Sneak Peek At The New Book From The Authors Of "Freakonomics"