In the not-too-distant future, entirely new industries will be developed in space. These are the stories about the entrepreneurs and visionaries who are taking that next Giant Leap. Launching Oct. 22, 2019, on Bloomberg.com, YouTube, and the free Bloomberg TV app on Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire. Bloomberg Business Video.
Venezuela is teetering on the edge of economic collapse, but despite crippling U.S. sanctions, the government of Nicolas Maduro has held on. Bloomberg investigates how an unexpected diplomatic friendship between Venezuela and Turkey grew into a financial lifeline for Maduro – allowing him to sell off the country’s gold reserves and keep his regime in Read More
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 6:30 PM 387 Park Ave South – 2nd Floor – New York, NY 10016 ERA Winter 2020 Applications Now Open Founders – if you’re thinking about applying to our Winter 2020 program, please join us on Wed. 9/18 for an AskMeAnything with our panel of ERA founders and the opportunity to Read More
Entrepreneurs Roundtable 133 Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator Tuesday, August 6, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM New York, NYSpeaker – Eran Gilad Scopus Ventures https://scopusventures.com/#team ERA Entrepreneurs Roundtable” monthly events are free community events open to entrepreneurs and investors in New York City. The event series has been going on every month in NYC since Read More
Ami and Justin McClure run a popular family YouTube channel that features their twin daughters, Alexis and Ava, and their infant son, Jersey. WSJ’s Julie Jargon visits the McClures at their home in New Jersey to learn about the challenges of parenting while vlogging.The Wall Street Journal video.
uto industry icon Lee Iacocca, once one of America’s highest profile business executives and credited with rescuing Chrysler from near-bankruptcy in the 1980s, has died. He was 94. He was instrumental in the creation of the Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan. Iacocca’s youngest daughter confirmed he passed away of natural causes Tuesday. CNN Business Read More
Suzy Batiz, the twice-bankrupt entrepreneur created toilet spray product Poo-Pourri (of which she owns 100%) and amassed a $240 million fortune. She is now the 77th richest woman in America. Forbes video