Both companies offer on-demand service that’s about $15 for a full day during their working hours and $10 or $15 for overnight parking. Monthly unlimited service is $300 at both firms. Prices vary by city, while Luxe sometimes engages in peak pricing when demand is tight during major events. Zirx announced on July 6 that after months of analysis, it’s rejected surge pricing in favor of variable pricing based on time of day and location. Its two examples are dropping a car off at 9 a.m. in a less-busy part of San Francisco for $12 for the remainder of the day versus $18 near the San Francisco Giants ballpark. … [Read more...] about The App Economy’s Newest Challenge: Making Parking Less Painful
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Uncertainty ahead When some kind of economic restart happens, Buttonsmith could be in an ideal position to regain its pre-COVID-19 cadence, because its varied abilities and rapid product development allow it to respond to a wide variety of consumer needs. Of course, as Darcy Burner notes, “We’re clearly staring into the face of what will be the worst recession in modern history.” And Buttonsmith currently faces competition from companies in states that didn’t shut down manufacturing, though many of those are facing outbreaks and rising infection counts. As Washington opens, other states may be forced to clamp down. … [Read more...] about A 17-year-old’s business made millions on Amazon. Now it’s pivoting to masks
KT: I think about what I laid out to my boss as a workplace vision, it’s easily 10 years worth of work. If you think about how you affect builds and architecture, and understand people, it’s a very slow process in some ways. So for example, if I make a discovery that we should probably have less middle-sized conference rooms and more larger and smaller conference rooms . . . If i want to go back and affect every office, that’s 9-10 global offices that need to go back into construction. It’s a very long lens role that you have to be OK with that. … [Read more...] about Slack’s head of workplace design thinks open floor plans “suuuck”
I just got a Slack message from my editor that the 2015 Slack password breach is back in the news. The real question is: Was that really my editor or just someone who breached his password in 2015 and is masquerading as him? There was a winky emoji, so it was most likely him. … [Read more...] about Slack is finally resetting passwords 4 years after a big data breach
The rationale of deciding which default is COVID-19-related seems to be based on the date of application to IBC proceedings. If the IBC application has been accepted before the lockdown start date, that will not be a COVID-19-related default. But, the question is how exactly banks can conclude if the default is indeed COVID-19-related or if the application is filed after the lockdown date. There can be other reasons as well. … [Read more...] about What does the IBC data tell us about the state of Indian economy?