Imagine there’s no Uber: Here’s what experts think would happen next – CNBC
It’s 3am and you can hardly stand because your night out to let loose and de-stress involved too many shots of tequila. The bartender was smart enough to hold your keys because driving yourself home would be dumb. But you don’t care, Uber to the rescue. The mostly reliable car ride service that’s a ride gained with the click of an app. Even if it’s 3 in the morning. But wait, what if there was no Uber. For reasons to dire for this article and to make a point, let’s just say Uber vanished. What do the experts think if Uber suddenly was no more. Most investors would move on mostly unscathed, employees would lose a lot and new services would will the void.
A director of business innovation with Daimler Trucks North America, Lori Heino-Royer, said: “If Uber all of a sudden folded, my concern would be that people in corporate America would have an excuse not to take risks any more.” Uber may have done …WTOP Imagine there’s no Uber: Here’s what experts think would happen next – CNBC
Business leaders slam Trump’s air traffic control plan – The Hill
Business leaders are in opposition to Presidents Trump’s plan to take away government control over air traffic controllers. Business leaders opposed to Trump, now there’s a shock. Business executives being brave by standing up to Trump. If you missed that I am being sarcastic then it may be because you have a reflex action that goes against t the President on everything. See my point? Judge for yourself after considering the details.
The group, which includes a wide range of companies, such as Hewlett-Packard and Life Time Fitness, said their community depends on air traffic control to keep their businesses running. “As members of the business community who depend on our nation’s … Business leaders slam Trump’s air traffic control plan – The Hill
A Harvard grad and former banker who founded 2 companies shares her best advice to grow a business – Business Insider
It’s not every day you get the benefit of receiving business advice from a true business superstar. Kelly Peeler knows what it takes to run a successful business. In a world mostly controlled by men, she has been a standout. There is no glass ceiling for Kelly as she has been in business before he Ivy league days.
Kelly Peeler, 29, has had a knack for building and growing a business that started long before her Ivy League days. As an 11-year-old growing up in New Jersey, Peeler would dumpster dive for old furniture and refurbish the pieces with an antique look … A Harvard grad and former banker who founded 2 companies shares her best advice to grow a business – Business Insider