Longevity, Mail Fraud, and an 8 Billion Dollar IPO
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Welcome to the Liquidity Event podcast! In this episode, we cover Dr. David Sinclair's consumer longevity company, Tally Health, which promises to reverse aging. The Supreme Court also ruled that bankruptcy filers can no longer avoid debt incurred by someone else's fraud - because let's face it, who doesn't love being punished for someone else's mistakes? On the bright side, Eli Lilly is cutting insulin drug prices by 70% and capping patient costs at $35. And if you're worried about your privacy at work, just remember that everyone can see your calendar entries - so make sure to block off some time for your daily existential crisis. The USPS also has a life-upending flaw that they refuse to fix, but who needs reliable mail service anyway? Finally, we can't wait for the ARM IPO filing. We'd give an arm and a leg for it - but let's hope it doesn't come to that.Subscribe Now!
Tally Health unveiled: Dr David Sinclair’s consumer longevity company launches
Supreme Court rules 9-0 that bankruptcy filers can’t avoid debt incurred by another’s fraud
Eli Lilly to Cut Prices of Insulin Drugs by 70%, Cap Patient Costs at $35
The Horror of Realizing Everyone Can See Your Work Calendar Entries.
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