As an investor, you’re concerned about where your money goes. Stocks? Boring. Kickstarter? Flaky. Political donations? Congrats, you just paid for a 3 a.m. SuperPAC ad on WHIO-TV, a.k.a. “Dayton, Ohio’s weather authority!”
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Just enough time to see if that SuperPAC ad worked out.