As the ice melts in Texas, a new storm is brewing in the southern state—a flurry of inquiries and investigations are being launched to uncover why so many energy sources failed, leaving millions of people powerless, homeless, and in some cases – lifeless. Pointing Fingers
On January 14th, Google officially acquired Fitbit for $2.1 billion. But what the heck does Google want with Fitbit? Google’s purchase of Fitbit comes with established smart tech manufacturers, 29 million active users, and proprietary health tracking algorithms. Founded in 2007, Fitbit quickly became the
Tech startups like Doordash and Airbnb saw their stock price shoot up after going public at the end of 2020, showing a serious sign of investor appetite. In 2021, many companies are planning to go public to get their piece of the pie. Remember, before
Ask yourself this: How often do you rely on Google? Between Docs, Gmail, and Search, busy entrepreneurs regularly rely on the Google ecosystem. But a wide range of antitrust lawsuits threatens to change the way we work and, more importantly, the way we access information.
As vaccines are rolled out across the country, I’m optimistic enough to say that we are at the beginning of the end of the Quarona season. The pandemic has killed businesses and financial markets across the world, but has it also killed cash? This may
So you want to roll the dice in the stock market? Don’t get it twisted, investing in stocks is a complete gamble. And just like on a casino floor—there is no such thing as a sure thing. But there are ways to push the odds
Here’s an idea “What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? No. An idea. Resilient and highly contagious.” – Dom Cobb, Inception If you are truly looking to start a new business venture from scratch, then you need an idea. Ideas can come from
Chicagoans were asked a pretty straightforward question on their ballots this election, “Should the city of Chicago act to ensure that all the city’s community areas have access to broadband Internet?” The answer was overwhelmingly “yes”, by a 9-1 margin. But what does that mean?
The new Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma is an inside look at technology’s role in the manipulation of our mind and creation of new behaviors. While the title refers to a social dilemma, the film portrays more of a social existential crisis—and the very fabric
Attitudes between America and China have always been subtly adversarial, but tensions have exploded over the last year with the failed phases of the trade deal, rhetoric and misinformation about the coronavirus’ origins, and embassy closings in each other’s country, an unprecedented event. A focus
“You want to tell me that we live in one big community? Don’t make me laugh. I’m livin’ in America, and in America, you’re on your own. America is not a country, it’s just a business. Now f**king pay me.” – Jackie Cogan, Killing Them
2020 has been deemed as the worst year in a generation, but it also is the year of rapidly expanding opportunities for entrepreneurs. Many entrepreneurs have taken advantage of the changing climate, with retail resellers driving Amazon’s fourth-quarter growth, and many industries staffing remote workers.