No person, regardless of who they are or where they live, should be without the world's best technology to keep them safe during humanitarian crises, natural disasters or terrorist attacks. The confluence of early warning systems, community platforms, machine learning, social listening, and geo-location create an opportunity to develop real-time paths to safety for anyone in danger. And yet each year, tragic events around the world occur in which people are unsafe, uninformed, and unnecessarily at risk during emergencies.
One day before Tesla unveils a prototype electric big-rig truck Thursday, CEO Elon Musk tweeted this teasing shot. The semi with trapezoidal headlights could draw more headlines if - as Reuters reported - it drives itself. Stacked Capital managing partner, Arben Kane and Oppenheimer senior analyst Colin Rusch chime in.
One day before our wedding at the Central Park Boathouse on October 10th, 2015, a heavy rainstorm drenched the city with a solid layer of water along with ominous clouds that were lit up by lightning and a ferocious wind that made you feel the impact of each thunderous drop.
The wedding rehearsal dinner was on this treacherous night; I feared the next day, our wedding day, would be similar in nature.
Our relationship only started a couple months prior, in the spring of 2015. Ihad just flown into the city from Hawaii the previous day. It was my weekly commute.
The recent debacle on the news about immigration has me thinking about America’s fascination with the cult of the hero who triumphs against all odds. This kind of mythical folklore is what panders to our competitive capitalist society to uphold the “survival of the fittest” business practices. It is an inspiring and uplifting myth but does't tell the whole story. What is missing is the part of the story that illustrates the inevitable hardships, failures and persistence one must endure in order to “make it.”
My wife (Yoon Kane) and I share an adventurous spirit acquired at a young age. We both speak multiple languages and spent our formative years in foreign countries moving from place to place. It’s no wonder we feel most at home when we’re together and embarking on new adventures seeking to quench our wanderlust.