Business | Momofuku’s Secret Sauce: A 30-Year-Old C.E.O. Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Marguerite Zabar Mariscal, who started as an intern in 2011, is a guiding force with David Chang as they expand a restaurant empire. Credit Credit Benjamin Norman for The New York Times Supported by ByElizabeth G. Dunn Aug 16, 2019 Bar Wayo, the latest restaurant from David Chang’s Momofuku Group, sits at the edge of Pier 17 at South Street Seaport in Manhattan, with windows looking out at the East River. The name derives from “wayo secchu” — the blending of Japanese and Western styles — and on a recent Friday afternoon, a few weeks before the space opened to the public, the staff was working to dial in the concept. A dozen bartenders jiggled cocktail shakers rigged with laser pointers, trying to nail the figure-eight motion characteristic of Japanese mixology. In the open kitchen, Mr. … [Read more...] about Momofuku’s Secret Sauce: A 30-Year-Old C.E.O.
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Faced with a changing landscape both in its downtown Chattanooga riverfront location and the music festival scene, the Friends of the Festival board of directors had a choice when it came to the future of the Riverbend Festival it produces every summer: Keep talking about making changes, or rip the Band-Aid off and get it done. "Therein lies the crux of the issue," Executive Director Chip Baker said. The board chose the latter after a comprehensive study at the end of the 2016 festival. Baker said while the study didn't offer a definitive solution, the goal was to make changes by this year, and he believed they needed to be substantial. "We knew people wanted it shorter, and we knew they wanted it better," he said. "My favorite saying is, 'If you don't like change, you're going to hate irrelevance.'" The board discussed everything from moving Riverbend to a different time of year to holding it over two weekends instead of every day for nine straight days as it had been. Eventually, … [Read more...] about Riverbend 2019: A new day begins for the 38-year-old festival
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James Asquith became the youngest person to visit every country at the age of 24. Now 30, he is the founder and CEO of HolidaySwap, which lets users swap homes around the world for $US1 a night. He told Business Insider he has taken nearly 1,000 flights on more than 150 carriers in his life. So, we asked him to rank his 20 favourite airlines for an economy flight. At the age of 24, James Asquith became the youngest person to visit every country in the world. Now the founder and CEO of the HolidaySwap app, which lets users around the world swap homes for $US1 a night, 30-year-old Asquith estimates he has taken nearly 1,000 flights on more than 150 airlines – and he shares his experiences with his 365,000 Instagram followers. “Lots of the airlines and routes I have taken when travelling to every country in the world were not necessarily by choice, but it certainly gave me a broad overview of aviation globally,” he told Business Insider. Read more:Meet the … [Read more...] about The 20 best economy airlines in the world, according to the youngest man to visit every single country
Charlie Kirk, the president and founder of the conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA, is rapidly becoming one of the most prominent figures on the right today. Kirk’s organisation is popular among young conservatives but has been tied to several controversies and faced accusations of racial bias. Thousands of young Trump supporters flocked to Turning Point USA’s annual Student Action Summit in West Palm Beach, Florida, last week. Kirk sat down with INSIDER in December to discuss some of the criticism directed at Turning Point USA, and also why he thinks Trumpism is winning over young people. “The idea of Trumpism is rooted in a philosophy that’s been ignored over the last 20 or 30 years,” Kirk said. WEST PALM BEACH, Florida – Charlie Kirk thinks of himself as the “luckiest 25-year-old in America.” Kirk, the president and founder of the conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA, is rapidly becoming one of the most … [Read more...] about Meet Charlie Kirk, the 25-year-old free speech warrior and BFF to Trump Jr. who’s rapidly taking over the conservative movement