Published on Nov 5, 2015 Nov. 4 — Bill Maris, Google Ventures president and chief executive officer, discusses venture capital opportunities in life sciences, the criticisms of Theranos and the future of artificial intelligence with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg […]
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Published on Nov 13, 2015 Mike McCune is an engineer with Pratt & Whitney, the airplane manufacturer. After 30 years of development, he’s created a gearbox for a jet engine that makes them 75% quieter and 15% more fuel efficient. […]
The Mindset of a Deep Value Investor – Jeroen Bos of Church House Investment Management Also see our recent interview with Jeroen Bos
Published on Nov 12, 2015 Serial entrepreneur, and futurist Jerry Kaplan visited Google’s office in Kirkland, WA on Nov. 4, 2015 to discuss his book: “Humans Need Not Apply A Guide to Wealth and Work in theAge of Artificial Intelligence”. […]
Published on Nov 10, 2015 Oscar Schafer, speaking at the Barron’s Art of Successful Investing conference, explains why ANI Pharmaceuticals, Par Pacific Holdings, and Interxion are poised to surge.
some of the key facts and statistics on shale resources in the United States Via Oxford U
Professor Galloway’s Winners & Losers in a Digital Age – 11/5/2015 Published on Nov 9, 2015 In this week’s installment of Winners & Losers, Professor Scott Galloway discusses: Amazon’s steadily increasing revenue, CNBC’s steadily decreasing ratings, Facebook’s business model and […]
Published on Nov 8, 2015 ETF Trends sits down with Ted Lucas, Managing Partner of Lattice Strategies, to discuss the challenges asset allocators are facing today and how his firm is jumping those hurdles.
Published on Nov 6, 2015 “There’s no more central message of psychology than the fact that most of what goes on in our heads we have no access to.” Nisbett’s latest book is “Mindware: Tools for Smart Thinking Read more […]
Published on Aug 13, 2015 China’s stock market has experienced significant volatility in 2015. Michael Pettis, an economist and professor at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, shares his perspectives on the country’s evolving economic landscape.
Published on Nov 10, 2015 Do-it-yourself scientists are using devices they build from parts such as a 9-volt battery and electrical wires, but how safe is it? WSJ’s Amy Dockser Marcus joins Lunch Break With Tanya Rivero. Photo: Dr. Brent […]