What to Expect from an Older Entrepreneur

hy Highly Successful Entrepreneurs Are Older Than We Expect

Looking At The Big Picture in the Movie Industry

While the movie industry has been disrupted by more of us watching movies and Netflix series at home, it might not be dying.

Why Guinea Pigs and Party Dresses Are Similar

Whether looking at guinea pigs or party dresses, you get rental markets when time and money make people avoid a purchase.

An Almost New Grocery Shopper

Not as devastating as the retail changes at the mall, the supermarket grocery shopper is also switching to new buying habits.

Why the Retail Apocalypse Could Be a Renaissance

Even with mall traffic declining and stores closing, retail restructuring might lead to a renaissance fueled by creative destruction rather than an apocalypse.

The Rise and Fall of Organic Milk

Like other trendy foods that temporarily attract consumers, the organic milk decline followed a surge in sales and an increase in supply.

Why We Need to Pay Attention to Wobbly Plates

Perhaps comparable to Alphabet’s (Google’s) X subsidiary, the old AT&T’s Bell Labs produced invention that became breakthrough technology.

Puerto Rico’s Solar Power Alternative

This satellite picture shows how San Juan, Puerto Rico used to sparkle at night: But since Hurricane Maria, no more: Currently, 10% of the island has power. So there is little running water and few flushing toilets. Similarly, air conditioning…

Why Competitive Eating is About Much More Than Food

When Joey Chestnut guzzles 72 Nathan’s hot dogs in 10 minutes, his competitive eating takes us to much more than food and entertainment.

New Territory for Self-Driving Cars

Whereas the Model T brought us suburbia, highways and McDonald’s, the spillover from self-driving cars will also transform our lives at home and at work.