Strong neighborhoods are essential to vibrant cities. As the median housing price in many cities reaches new highs each year (Los Angeles just crossed $600,000), what will happen when more and more people cannot afford the down payment for a home in the vibrant communities they helped create? And why are residents forced into an all or nothing choice between renting and property ownership?
My reading strategy is to start as many books as I can but finish few of them.
Avianca flight 052, from Medellin to New York, was circling JFK for landing in bad weather.
We’re excited to announce that Collaborative is backing Bison Trails in its Series A financing, joining a great group of new investors including Blockchain Capital, A.Capital, Coinbase, Kleiner Perkins, and Sound Ventures.
Complicated stuff can stem from a handful of common roots. Understanding those common roots can be more important than trying to wrap your head around complexity.
What happens when a founder’s interests are not aligned with those of the company and its shareholders?
There are few things as hard to move as the US healthcare system. It’s a $3T+ giant held at rest by a broken business model: fee for service.
Chris Rock joked that Bill Gates would jump out the window if he woke up with Oprah’s money. Like most comedy, it’s funny because it contains a nugget of truth.
People work, and they usually work a lot. The average American spends 90,000 hours working over the course of their life. That’s ~1/3 of your life.
There was a time when psychology was all about helping people get from bad to normal.