I do think you are looking at this with a bit of a false notion—believing that you can’t be scrappy if you raise money or get bigger. It’s not an “either or.” It’s an “and.” You can grow far beyond where you are today and you can also remain scrappy. … [Read more...] about For a founder mulling outside cash, advice from the world of improv
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It’s hard to transition from one day knowing the world’s intelligence secrets to the next day being all alone in America, pocketing $400,000 speaking fees and tens of millions in book deal cash. To soften the blow, former presidents continue to receive intelligence briefings and access to classified information. Except today’s outgoing president is . . . different. Here are a few things to know as Donald Trump leaves the White House for the last time. … [Read more...] about Will Trump keep getting intelligence briefings? Who decides?
Today’s presidential inauguration marks the transition of power between two diametrically, couldn’t-be-more opposed political leaders. And according to reports, newly elected Joe Biden will arrive at the White House with a plan to unpack his predecessor Donald Trump’s legacy more swiftly and aggressively than we’ve seen in modern history. … [Read more...] about Joe Biden is the president. Here are some executive actions he is expected to take
With the core theme sorted, Man Made Music has been extracting and remixing its elements to spin off other, piecemeal versions for moments that take place during a passenger’s actual journey. That includes when the Hyperloop doors open (which sounds like Windows ’98 loading to me), the lights dimming in the pod (which I note as “sleepy time” when I first hear it), and the Hyperloop arrival chime (which sounds like Windows again). … [Read more...] about We still don’t know what the Hyperloop will feel like, but here’s how it will sound
Herman Miller did not respond to a request for comment on its supply chains by the time of a publication, but a spokesperson for the company directed me to its Supplier Code of Conduct, which stipulates that the company expects its suppliers to treat their workers “fairly in accordance with local laws and regulations,” including that they do not use forced labor, child labor, or harsh, inhumane treatment and abuse, and they must provide wages and working hours that meet laws. … [Read more...] about This Herman Miller face mask is designed to fight modern slavery