Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Why The Flu Season Will Be A ‘Whopper’: Former FDA Chief Scott Gottlieb

Why The Flu Season Will Be A ‘Whopper’: Former FDA Chief Scott Gottlieb

Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb speaks with CNBC’s Meg Tirrell about the future of work as businesses reimagine the workday. Gottlieb discusses how employers can improve office safety, how flu season may become more complicated now that Covid is likely here to stay, the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate, vaccinating children and his new book “Uncontrolled Spread: Why Covid-19 Crushed Us and How We Can Defeat the Next Pandemic.” 

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10:18 - Future preparation 

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Inside James Harden's $10 Million Dollar Mansion

Inside James Harden's $10 Million Dollar Mansion

Brooklyn Nets point guard James Harden is the world's fifth richest basketball player in 2021, with a net worth of about $170 million. The NBA-star has plenty to splurge on luxury homes-- his latest purchase is a 3.5 acre Texas estate in the exclusive Rivercrest enclave. The $10 million modern estate comes decked out with a grotto-style pool, poker and games room, and plenty of sleek bars and lounges. And just wait until you see his lavish master suite! 

Decorated with white leather basketball hoops, basketball-inspired lamps, and plenty of leather furniture, the Memorial Modern estate is sophisticated, lavish and also fun. Harden describes its style as “just him.” He teamed up with his design-savvy sister AJ to decorate the home with things like a $3,000 leather couch from CB2. 

The unique mansion was designed to resemble an art museum or ritzy hotel. It features high wood-beamed ceilings, tons of widows, and bent steel. Slanting roofs provide shade outside where there are plenty of cozy seating areas and huge cabanas surrounding the resort-style pool. 

The mansion was a massive project that took Frankel Building Group 3-yards to build, but the result is a fun take on a minimalist modern home that caters to a young, newly rich clientele. Are you ready to see how NBA-star James Harden lives when he’s off the court? Then let’s head inside his Southern showstopping estate and explore all the unique luxury features that are hidden inside, outside and all around the pricey property. 

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CHAPTERS: 
00:00 Intro 
00:40 Sleek bars, chandeliers and a modern master suite 
02:55 He partnered with CB2 for expensive furnishings 
04:00 A grotto-style pool and spacious cabanas 
05:10 The modern-mansion took 3 years to build 
06:45 James Harden’s net worth and other luxury homes

Why Warby Parker’s Physical Retail Became Key to Its Strategy | The Economics Of | WSJ

Why Warby Parker’s Physical Retail Became Key to Its Strategy | The Economics Of | WSJ

The eyeglass maker plans to go public though a direct listing. 

Warby Parker was one of the original direct-to-consumer brands, but now, the eyeglass-maker’s sales are split about evenly between its more than 140 brick-and-mortar locations and its online store. WSJ’s Charity Scott explains why this split is Warby Parker’s secret sauce. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal 
The Economics Of How do the world's most successful companies generate revenue? In this explainer series, we'll dive into the surprising stories behind how businesses work--exploring everything from Costco's "treasure-hunt" model to the economics behind Amazon's AWS. 

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Why More Cities Should Compost Their Food Waste | World Wide Waste

Why More Cities Should Compost Their Food Waste | World Wide Waste

San Francisco pioneered the nation's first citywide composting program. Now the city composts and recycles more trash than it sends to the landfill, saving water, space, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Why aren't other cities doing the same? 

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The $24,000,000 Rolex Watches

The $24,000,000 Rolex Watches

What makes the most expensive wristwatches tick? Is it just money and some mechanical engineering? In this video, you’ll find out other elements like love, royalty, family, and affluence that have driven already great timepieces to become priceless and timeless pieces. 

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Boxed CEO Chieh Huang On Reshaping Retail And What It Takes To Win Against Amazon | Forbes

Boxed CEO Chieh Huang On Reshaping Retail And What It Takes To Win Against Amazon | Forbes

Chieh Huang shares how he built Boxed, known as the “Costco for millennials,” into an e-commerce force that today is taking on retail giants from Amazon to Wal-Mart. The cofounder tells Moira Forbes why investing in company culture has been key to the startup’s rapid success, why paying for his employees’ children to go to college is a personal priority, and how he’s learned to navigate the “roller coaster” of entrepreneurship. 

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Can Shrimp-less Shrimp Catch Mainstream Consumers? | Forbes

Can Shrimp-less Shrimp Catch Mainstream Consumers? | Forbes

When Carnegie Mellon engineering graduate Michelle Wolf decided in 2015 to start a company to commercialize shrimpless shrimp made from seaweed, venture-backed vegan meat brands were barely selling in restaurants and grocery stores. 

It ended up taking six years, backing from America’s largest meatpacker Tyson Foods and an $18 million series A for Wolf’s startup, New Wave Foods, to develop a product ready to manufacture at scale. The startup’s first commercial-ready product is now rolling-out across the nation through restaurants and other food service distribution, where 80% of all shrimp is consumed in America. 

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