The America’s Cup yacht competition held in Fall, 2013 featured only two yachts, one from New Zealand and one from the U.S. Both used exotic technology enabling the boats to attain speeds of 50+ miles per hour. Specifically, each had the capability, when they get to a certain speed, of lifting literally out of the water, moving along on four foils, like surf boards, reducing drag and causing speed to dramatically increase.
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Today I had an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business News where we discussed the apparent upcoming antitrust lawsuit focused on Google. We also chatted about the learnings from folks working from home. You can view it by clicking here.
The news that Neiman Marcus has hired a restructuring firm to help them prepare for bankruptcy has been expected for the past several years. While clearly the virus problems have pushed them to finally make the move, it was only a matter of time. Let’s face it, you could hardly find a more complacent company. As one industry expert put it recently: “If you go to a Neiman Marcus store today, it looks just like it did years ago. It’s got no energy at all. Today’s millennial customer does not relate to Neiman Marcus or the brands it carries. For years, nothing has changed”