Stats are like bible quotes, got one for any POV. So while Spanish statistician Miguel Calvo sifts through the splits from Berlin three weeks ago (translation by Alberto Stretti) comparing Wilson Kipsang‘s 2:03:23 marathon world record with countryman Dennis Kimetto’s course record 2:03:45 at the Chicago Marathon last Sunday, I’m digging into the money game.
There’s no contest how money plays out in terms of impact and purchasing power. But let’s make it more interesting and compare a top runner say, Dennis Kimetto, with top business CEOs in terms of value for service. Continue reading