Business News Weekly ─ September 24, 2018
Dell must make the case that they can succeed where HP failed. Dell has to convince investors as the final push to go public. After the merger with EMC Corp., the revenue will be more than $90 billion. Dell personally: went private in 2013
Here’s an interesting one, you will be able to order your coffee from your car with new cars offering restaurant service, but the feature raises questions of safety. Any distraction from driving is a safety problem.
Space X names moons first flight passenger, a Japanese billionaire. The gentleman tends to take some friends along and it seems like the flight will cost millions of dollars for him. The capsule does not plan to land on the moon, so I don’t understand why not.
“Building bigger batteries” — from an article in Bloomberg Magazine. A Dutch startup aims to produce a power pack for heavy duty electric vehicles. It’s estimated that the annual need in 2030 will reach 2000 gigawatts.
Unprofitable growth stocks are soaring. Shares of rapid growing companies are on a tear this year, but many of the strongest performers share a worrisome trail — they don’t have earnings, from an article in the Wall Street Journal
From Forbes magazine, the world’s most innovative leaders — top five Bezos, Amazon, Musk, Tesla motors, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Timothy Cook, Apple, Nadella, Microsoft. In the next five, all are with American companies.
Erica Jong: “Advice is what we ask for one when we already know the answer but wish we didn’t”
From Scott Adams: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and he’ll buy a funny hat. Talked to a hungry man about fish and you’re a consultant.”