What’s Trending on Rich TVX News Network: Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Steven Tian’s Brilliant Fortune Article
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — The cynical but conflicted industry analysts behavior on recent energy policies from the Biden administration was very different from that usually used; in fact, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Steven Tian’s brilliant Fortune article directly questioned the typical assumptions of the energy analysts, which can be hardly characterized as rational. To succeed, the Biden administration should forgo their reliance on biased industry analysts and work their own solutions out. In light of this Fortune report, such an article identifies what groups misinformation is a serious barrier. First, remember that if most energy analysts have been able to build trust and prosper in the long term, it is because of independent academic validations, which are doubted by the Yale experts now. Secondly, we frequently see energy analysts commenting on what the White House should or should not do, but according to Yale Professor Sonnenfeld and Steven Tian, the reaction of the conflicted industry analysts shows that energy analysts have slipped on their own oil slick of misinformation. Read more here.
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