This past year there has been one product that seems to slowly started appearing more and more in the everyday life of people. Even those who refuse to become users of this product still see it around everywhere. Walking to work, working out at the gym, and even in the library, this is one thing … Continue reading What Does the Popularity of Apple’s Airpods mean for the future?
"Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson is the story of the life of the co-founder of Apple, Inc., the company that brought us one of the first desktop computers and other technologies that have changed the world in which we live. Prior to reading this biography, I admittedly did not know much about Steve Jobs beyond … Continue reading Book Summary | Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Road to IPO 🛣️ The story of Apple begins with two Steves, Jobs and Wozniak, college dropouts who bonded over their love of technology and pranks. After attending the Homebrew Computer Club and having been inspired by the MITS Altair 8800, a do-it-yourself computer designed for simplification, the two Steves set out to create a truly … Continue reading Apple: Two Steves and A Vision
The term unicorn has been re-entering our lexicon recently. In the NBA, people are using the term ‘unicorn’ to talk about players who are 7’ tall like a center, can dribble like a point guard, and can shoot like a shooting guard. Basically, a unicorn in the NBA is a player that defies conventional expectations … Continue reading Sequoia Capital: A Lesson In Excellence
It’s hard to keep track of which companies are working on self-driving cars, especially when glamorous giants like Uber and Google’s spinoff Waymo dominate the conversation. Ashley’s article did a fantastic job summarizing the concept of self-driving cars, so give that a read first! She inspired me to dive deeper into which companies are on … Continue reading Here’s Nearly Every Company Working on Self-Driving Cars
Our class discussions of self-driving cars, virtual reality in the classroom, and increased automation had me thinking— What does all of this mean for us? If human capital is considered the most important asset companies need to grow and innovate, then why are robots taking our jobs? In this blog post, I will discuss the … Continue reading The Rise of the “No-Collar” Class
The largest lottery winner in US history was in 2016 for $1.6B. You would need to win over 150x to have the same amount of cash (or cash equivalent) that Apple has on its books. Apple recently announced that it will be bringing back the majority of its $252B that it has been hoarding overseas, … Continue reading Potential Plans for Apple’s Cash