This guy is fortunately back on his feet with a job now but really interesting story from 20/20 if you all had not seen it previously.
Wanted to share this informative pie chart showing which words pay Google the most. Be ready to pay up if you want to advertise insurance, also random to see “Cord Blood” made its way into top 20!
A great series on China’s Rise on Hulu, video/link below. Watch Episode 5,2, and 1 (in that order). http://www.hulu.com/china-rises Episode 5 below follows 3 British entrepreneurs making their millions in China. They experience immense opportunity, unique challenges, and obscure environments. Also interesting to see entire cities dedicated to one product like zippers, underwear, or faucet […]
Wanted to share a great video biography piece on Dave Thomas of Wendy’s which aired recently on CNBC. I couldn’t find the full video online yet but have added the short bio below: Interesting to see Dave learned the ropes from none other than Colonel Sanders of KFC If you can catch the full CNBC […]
Marcos Galperin graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994, later finding a job as a Futures and Options associate managing YPF’s currency and oil derivatives program (YPF is an integrated oil company in Buenos Aires). After YPF, he worked in the fixed income department of J.P. Morgan in New York. Marcos then attended Stanford […]
Entrepreneur Magazine just recently posted their list of Franchises for under 50K catergorized by industry. Take a look HERE.
Fortune Magazine has just published the New 40 Under 40 List. The usual suspects are on here including Zuckerberg and Larry Page but it is interesting to note Greg Jensen and John Arnold (who I profiled earlier). Short Bio on Each winner. Link is HERE, or click Hyperlinked text above.
The recent stock market rally (in conjunction with rising oil prices) has many people expecting a correction. I’m a fan of value investing and purchasing undervalued stocks so it was refreshing to see this article in Barron’s titled “The Market’s Pullback Watch”, and to quote the article “does the market ever oblige the group that […]