There is no shortage of dating apps, and a few of these are tackling the issue of ‘swipe culture’ head on, by creating features and algorithms that foster genuine connections and prioritize in-person meets. Here are three companies to watch.
With every Pixar movie, the anticipation is high.
The standards that the Disney-owned animated company has set for both animation and storytelling-are on the upper stratosphere. Whether it be "Toy Story" or "Cars" or "Finding Nemo" everyone has a Pixar film that they hold dear.
Part of what makes their movies so good is the gorgeous visuals.
Gold loan companies are looking at new growth avenues as they found that the conventional market is stagnating. Now they have discovered untapped potential of self employed personnel including kirana shops and street vendors to expand their business and accelerate growth. Equity broker and private lender India Infoline Finance Ltd (IIFL) has started tapping local kirana shop owners and street vendors like grocery retailers to bring them under financial inclusion with its gold loan business. In a short span, IIFL added nearly 100,000 customers in this category of its total customer base of 1.7 ...more
OPINION: While no Silicon Valley company is without sin, Uber seems to have plumbed new depths of corporate depravity. There is so much fundamentally rotten at the company’s core that it’s nearly impossible to imagine that new-ish CEO Dara Khosrowshahi can disinfect and rehabilitate a culture gone horribly wrong.
Khosrowshahi’s tenure is already turning into an international apology tour. The latest mea culpa, of course, is that the company covered up a hack of 57 million user accounts in 2016. Hacks happen to the best of companies, alas. But failing to notify the affected ac...more
It's good enough that Major League Baseball has Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge set to go toe-to-toe in pursuit of slugging accolades for many years to come.
Even better would be if their rivalry were also a face-to-face affair, with Stanton and Judge on opposite sides of the long-running feud between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.
Stanton, the National League MVP, and Judge, the American League MVP runner-up, are gigantic right fielders who made impressive shows of launching 59 and 52 home runs, respectively, in 2017. It was hard not to think of them as two very big peas in a...more