Author of THE MIDDLEMAN ECONOMY (amzn.to/2dNdFaf); Speaker; Contributor to @SciAm, @StanfordMag, @StanfordGSB, @FastCompany, @TheOfficialACM

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A Silicon Valley-based social science and business journalist with a degree from Stanford University, Marina Krakovsky is the author of The Middleman Economy: How Brokers, Agents, Dealers, and Everyday Matchmakers Create Value and Profit (Palgrave Macmillan). She is also
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@marinakrakovsky — 460 followers, 762 tweets

(middleman conflict of interest) "For agents, actors and actresses might come and go, but Mr. Weinstein was one of Hollywood’s seemingly permanent fixtures, distributing as many as 30 films a year." -@nytimes https://t.co/7cJODJbd2c
"Although agents are charged with protecting their clients’ interests, they earn their living, indirectly, from the executives who write their clients’ paychecks." -@nytimes latest Weinstein report
@danielleharlan Congratulations! You have worked hard for this, and may you see royalties for a long time to come.
@sbarsh @StanfordBiz One of my favorite stories for @StanfordBiz. Jerker Denrell has moved on, and continues to do fascinating work.
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