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Steve Case
Author of The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur's Vision of the Future. Chairman of Revolution. Chairman of Case Foundation. Co-founder of AOL.
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NYT Obituaries 9h
The folk singer John Prine has died. His ingenious lyrics, by turns poignant, angry and comic, made him a favorite of Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson and others.
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Rolling Stone 9h
John Prine, one of America’s greatest songwriters, has died at age 73 from coronavirus complications
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BREAKING: John Prine, Who Chronicled the Human Condition in Song, Dies at 73 “The cause was complications from Covid-19”
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jack 14h
I’m moving $1B of my Square equity (~28% of my wealth) to LLC to fund global COVID-19 relief. After we disarm this pandemic, the focus will shift to girl’s health and education, and UBI. It will operate transparently, all flows tracked here:
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Ronald Klain 17h
Great to see -backed start-ups featured here making contributions to support families and frontline workers tackling
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Fast Company 22h
Satya Nadella: “Absolutely, tech does owe something back to the society.”
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Steve Case 16h
COVID-19 Pandemic: Startups Giving Back In A Time Of Crisis
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Rise of the Rest Apr 6
San Diego-based is offering all US healthcare professionals who work in public health settings free access to a complete Will-Based Estate Plan, for themselves and their spouses. Learn more about the initiative here:
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Microsoft Apr 3
holds the potential to solve some of the biggest issues facing society today. , Microsoft’s chief technology officer, looks at how it can help everyone achieve the American Dream in his new book. Check out his Q&A:
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Steve Case 21h
How Will We Know When It’s Time to Reopen the Nation? “Experts offer 4 benchmarks that can serve as a guide, eliminating some of the guesswork.”
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Danny Meyer Apr 6
People have always craved human contact, and always will. In the age of COVID, FaceTime and Zoom, a boomer relic.
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Gretchen Rubin Apr 6
The announced “Smithsonian Open Access” that lifts copyright restrictions on about 2.8 million of its digital collection images and data. That means anyone can use it, for free, for any purpose. I can’t wait to explore the possibilities.
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talkspace Apr 6
We’re extremely grateful to our friend for joining us in donating 500 months of free therapy to frontline medical workers. Thank you for leading by example and showing what it truly means to be a champion👏:
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Revolution Foods Apr 6
On , our co-founders share how an idea from a class transformed into a company serving delicious, reimbursable meals to schools & community sites nationwide. During , we are providing meals to those in need.
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BBC Breaking News Apr 6
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has coronavirus, has been taken to intensive care
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sweetgreen Apr 5
We're so honored to join forces with ' to . Together, we're supporting our health workers with the goal of donating 100,000 meals.
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McKinsey & Company Apr 5
Even when a strategy succeeds, the wins too often remain small. It’s not so much your rocket veering off course; it’s more often a failure to launch with enough energy to shoot for the moon. The villain? The social side of strategy.
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TIME Apr 5
"Without empathy, nothing works." wants to feed the world through the pandemic
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Scott Galloway Apr 5
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CSPAN Apr 5
President George W. Bush in 2005: "There is no pandemic flu in our country or in the world at this time. But if we wait for a pandemic to appear, it will be too late to prepare. And one day many lives could be needlessly lost because we failed to act today."
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