Category: Entrepreneurs

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Shervin Pishevar & Elon Musk: Racing to Build the First Hyperloop

More than five years ago, Californians gathered at the polls to finally tackle one of the state’s most vexing, complex, and decade-old problems: A crumbling, aging, woefully inadequate transportation infrastructure. Faded asphalt and deep potholes were pervasive and annoying side effects — unseemly in a state that boasted an economy larger than the entire countries

Questions About The Custom Companies Inc and CEO Perry Mandera

Whether you’re a consumer, supplier, or operate elsewhere in the modern economy, the need for reliable and efficient shipping is universal. In a world that has become increasingly connected through technology and modern transportation options, our range of choices for getting shipments from one location to another have become increasingly more extensive. As a result,

Christopher Linkas Describes Three Different Types of Properties

Christopher Linkas Discusses Three Types of Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate offers a host of opportunities for savvy investors looking to leverage their capital into new holdings. Like all investments, these holdings can be broken down into various groupings based roughly on their relative risk and reward profiles. Though these groupings may seem straightforward, it helps to have them explained by someone knowledgeable

George Soros Named a Nazi and Terrorist by the Right. Why? Ask Reporter Digs Deeper.

Baseless Conspiracy Theories Paint George Soros as a “Terrorist” and “Nazi”

As a general rule, ultra-wealthy people tend to be politically conservative. As a result, billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros is something of an aberration. Wealthy beyond imagining, the Hungary native is also famous for his support of progressive and liberal causes. Because he has supported left-leaning causes throughout his life, he has used his

Why Some Entrepreneurs Become Rich

The Trump administration is full of surprises, wrong decisions, and now contradiction. For instance, in a recent Supreme Court Case that involved the right of workers, the Trump administration decided to take a different stand from the one that was taken by the Obama administration. The new administration feels that workers ought to refrain from