Click here for my recent interview with Neil Cavuto on Fox Business. It focuses on the various issues facing social media companies and the possible increase in the corporate tax rate.
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The founder of Barnes & Noble started the business in 1971 by purchasing a bookstore on 5th Avenue in New York by the name of Barnes & Noble (B&N). He turned the brand into a retail juggernaut that steamrolled mom-and-pop bookstores in the 1980s and 1990s. Since that time the founder simply watched as Amazon […]
Very recently a class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of Tesla Models S and X owners alleging the automaker continues to ignore suspension safety issues. The suit claims Tesla not only failed in its duty as an automaker to ensure owners’ safety, but it actively worked to cover the problem up. The problem specifically concerns […]
Check out my interview with Neil Cavuto on Fox Business. It focuses on the reasons why a growing number of tech companies are leaving California, and Silicon Valley in particular, and moving to states such as Texas.
Quibi, a streaming service for smartphones that offered original shows with short five to ten-minute-long episodes, was launched in early April this year. The founder and board chairman of this company was a famous former Disney executive and founder of the studio DreamWorks SKG. The President was a highly regarded former CEO of HP and […]
For a long time, the world of cold and hot beverages has been dominated by Coke, Pepsi and Starbucks. But along with the pandemic came a surprising new player, Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP), who’s businesses are booming. Dr Pepper, who has a stable of many soft drinks including Dr Pepper, Canada Dry, A&W Root Beer, […]
Prior to the virus, Airbnb was quite successful, but the 39-year-old CEO and co-founder was frustrating Wall Street by constantly putting off an IPO, thus blocking investors from, at long last, cashing out some of their holdings. The delays were aggravating since there were several less-attractive start-ups that were launching IPO’s. Adding further frustration, […]
Here is a link to my interview today with Neil Cavuto on Fox Business regarding the earnings reports of the tech giants and the antitrust situation those companies find themselves in.
Whole Foods’ first store opened in 1978 in Austin, Texas. National expansion began in earnest in 1984 and it has grown to 500 stores in North America. In October of 2017 it was acquired by Amazon. Whole Foods’ amazing growth was due to three points of differentiation that it used to attract its […]
Back in 2006 when Apple was developing the iPhone, Steve Jobs decided that while the original plan was for the iPhone to have a plastic screen, like the iPod, it would feel much more elegant and substantive if the screen was glass. He set about finding a glass that would be strong and resistant to […]