This Built America's first episode featuring Shinola—a company founded in 2012 by Tom Kartsotis, the former CEO of Fossil—is on the surface a brand that riffs off the increasingly popular “Made in America” movement and the gritty resurgence of a once grand city, Detroit.
The company’s distinctly styled bicycles, watches and leather goods are assembled in the city—made mostly from goods produced throughout the U.S.
Elinor Ostrom, 2009 Nobel Prize winner for Economics, argues that, contrary to the widespread theory, with the right governance, humans are likely to forge peaceful solutions to coping with resource scarcity.
It seems Bank Of America can't keep their finances straight. Due to a math error from 2009, the financial institution has some major explaining to do. HuffPost Live's Zach Carter and the rest of the Bank Dorks break it down.