From the creator of SatireWire.com, the hysterical, award-winning Web site that "unite(s) The Onion and the Wall Street Journal in a marriage of pure lunacy" (Fast Company) comes a sizzling spoof of the breathless business journalism America has grown to distrust.
Through his hugely popular Web site Andrew Marlatt has hilariously skewered America’s marketing moguls, double-talking executives, and the sharky venture capitalists who seemed so omnipotent in the 1990s and so out-to-lunch in the 2000s. Now, Economy of Errors showcases Marlatt’s on-the-mark parodies of nine years of corporate kookiness and the business journalists who put their spin on it. His collection contains laugh-out-loud funny editorials, news shorts, mock Q & As, and features such as:
•AT&T Cuts Workforce by 120 Percent
•French Strike for Greater Productivity
•Friends Recall Gist of Cliffs Notes Founder
•E-toys Meets Expectations: None
•Man Continually Logs On/Off ObsessiveCompulsive.com
•Fed Drops Rates, Acid, at Policy Rave