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Bloomberg Technology. Businessweek. Author of The Upstarts and The Everything Store. Father of twins. Twin. Retweets are usually mistaken clicks
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Tom Giles Aug 13
Quanergy has struggled to deliver products in a timely manner, and it has shipped devices that don't work as advertised; several key employees have left in the last 18 mos, and the company is pivoting to other non-vehicle uses for lidar.
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Tom Giles Aug 8
Tesla met with Softbank last year to discuss an investment and possibly a go-private deal; talks broke down over control. Musk wanted too much of it, people said. Great scoop by
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Patrick Stewart Aug 4
It is an unexpected but delightful surprise to find myself excited and invigorated to be returning to Jean-Luc Picard and to explore new dimensions within him. Read my full statement in the photo. Photo:
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Mark Gurman Aug 2
How Apple Overcame Fits and Flops to Grow Into a Trillion-Dollar Company -- Our in-depth interactive graphic:
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James McQuivey Aug 2
I always like the take that brings to big questions about big companies. It's a benefit of his tenure covering these giants -- he has a perspective we can learn from.
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Brad Stone Aug 2
I've had this one on ice for awhile: A look at the historic magnitude and meaning of Apple's Trillion Dollar market cap: via
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Mark Bergen Jul 31
"A ride to Kyla’s nearby school shows up as $5, for example, while a longer 11.3-mile trip lists a cost of $19.15." went to Phoenix and saw how Waymo is testing prices.
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Joel Weber Jul 26
Replying to @BradStone
Jeff Bezos Wants to Send You to Space, Too by
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Rebecca Greenfield Jul 26
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Joe Weisenthal Jul 26
Really nice read from on Jeff Bezos' space ambitions, which operates in a much quieter, more methodical manner than Elun Musk's/Spacex
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Aaron Rutkoff Jul 26
Today launches its first-ever S P A C E issue. You can find the right stuff on the Hyperdrive page.
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Max Chafkin Jul 26
New from & me: inside story of the rise of SpaceX, & a profile of its day-to-day leader Gwynne Shotwell.
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Joshua Brustein Jul 25
Life among Google's contractors, which may actually outnumber the company's full-time staff. Welcome to the future of work, by and
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Mark Gurman Jul 24
Big Tech is Throwing Money and Talent at Home Robots - my feature on the latest on Amazon, Alphabet, Apple, and Huawei’s robotics efforts.
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Techmeme Jul 23
Source: Verizon is seeking to partner with Google or Apple to provide a TV service when it launches 5G to homes in LA and Sacramento later this year ( / Bloomberg)
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Robert Fenner Jul 22
SoftBank plans to start a mobile digital payments service for Japan by the end of 2018, sources say via via
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Aki Ito Jul 19
Check out episode 2 of my mini-doc series Next Jobs! It's about a scientist who uses gene editing to make cows that never grow horns
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Gerrit De Vynck Jul 20
Nico profiled HPE's CEO and managed to get the phrase "run-of-the-mill butt-kissing" into the auspicious pages of Businessweek 👌
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Sarah Frier Jul 19
I'm loving the new series, Next Jobs. Watch this episode to be transported to a farm and meet a guy who is gene editing dairy cows to not have horns. The cow's name is Buri.
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Mark Bergen Jul 19
Fuchsia, the skunkworks OS at Google, now has 100+ on the team and goals to spread everywhere. But needs to find actual product fit -- and get green light from execs first.
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