Sam Zell Goes On CNBC, Irritates America, Runs Out Of Zoom Minutes

Sam Zell Goes On CNBC, Irritates America, Runs Out Of Zoom Minutes

Do we not know what they're going to say? When you invite "brand names" -- "legends," as it were -- onto CNBC and ask them leading questions about stimulus checks and retail investor manias, is it really news when they respond precisely as you knew they would? I would argue no. But social media begs to differ, given what looked, on Tuesday, like backlash against Sam Zell, who expressed some doubt about stimulus checks and whether college students should (or, according to Zell, shouldn't) be re
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4 thoughts on “Sam Zell Goes On CNBC, Irritates America, Runs Out Of Zoom Minutes

  1. “Sam Zell didn’t get wealthy throwing around Zoom subscription money.” True. He got wealthy bankrupting companies and taking advantage of egregious tax loopholes. ‘Merica.

  2. What a thoughtless moralizer. Maybe trustfund kids do not need checks. Scaring of the economy are the countless people working part and full to get ahead through education and kept back from it.

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