The self-destructive final months of Tony Hsieh’s life

When the business icon died in a fire last week, questions abounded. The answers seem rooted in a Covid-period spiral, where he turned to drugs and shunned old friends. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 8 hours ago

Tony Hsieh's American Tragedy: The Self-Destructive Last Months Of The Zappos Visionary

When the business icon died in a fire last week, questions abounded. The answers seem rooted in a Covid-period spiral, where he turned to drugs and shunned old friends. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 10 hours ago

Tony Hsieh’s American Tragedy: Self-Destructive Last Months of Zappos Visionary

When the business icon died in a fire last week, questions abounded. The answers seem rooted in a Covid-period spiral, where he turned to drugs and shunned old friends. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 12 hours ago

Should You Explain to an Expert Why Their Professional Opinion Is Wrong?

There's a flowchart if you aren't sure. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 1 day ago

30 Years in and Arm Looks Stronger Than Ever

#1-Ranked Industry Analyst Patrick Moorhead dives deeper into ARM, celebrating its 30th anniversary in business this week, following a record licensing quarter for the company, followed by a recent interview with the company’s CEO, Simon Segars. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 1 day ago

Why No One Can Manage Projects, Especially Tech Projects

“Project Management” is an enormous industry. Software, training, certifications and even Masters degrees – everything you can imagine to make us better at managing simple and complex projects. But we keep failing. Over and over again. Is there a solution? Yes. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 2 days ago

Visa will issue credit card to send and receive USDC cryptocurrency

After two years of work, Visa is opening up its network to USDC, a digital dollar created by Circle Internet Financial and issued on the public ethereum blockchain. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 2 days ago

It’s Managers, Not Workers, Who Are Losing Jobs to AI and Robots, Study Shows

“This is a class of people we did not expect robots to have an effect. Because managers, by definition, supervise other human beings, so we really cannot replace their functions until the singularity occurs with artificial general intelligence.” | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 2 days ago

Under 30 in Energy: Building the Batteries of the Future

This year we mark the 10-year milestone for the Forbes 30 Under 30 project, with a diverse mix of up-and-comers leading the way to our clean energy transition. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 2 days ago

Emailio, a Y Combinator Productivity Startup, Fixes Your Bad Email Habits

We all have bad email habits. These behaviors keep us spending more time in our emails than necessary. Martin Stoyanov and his team have spent years trying to build a better email experience from the ground up. They came up with Emailio. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 2 days ago

Nasdaq Plans to Require Listed Companies to Follow Board Diversity Requirements

Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman said the decision is based on data showing the positive impact board diversity has on company performance. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 3 days ago

Hyundai Motor Group Reveals New Dedicated EV Platform

In fact it even has a platform that is specifically designed for that purpose that underpins the current Hyundai Ioniq and Kia Niro. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 3 days ago

My Final Letter to Tony Hsieh

Venture capitalist Alfred Lin shares a final open letter with his longtime friend and business partner, the late former CEO of Zappos Tony Hsieh. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 3 days ago

Ditch Nuclear and Save $860M with Grid Flexibility, U.K. Told

The U. K. could save money, reduce the risk of blackouts and more quickly achieve net zero carbon emissions by abandoning plans to build more nuclear power plants and instead invest in a flexible electricity grid, new analysis has found. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 3 days ago

Are Your Employees Remote Natives or Office Natives?

It is becoming more and more obvious that even after the Covid-19 vaccine is universally accessible and the last anti-pandemic measure is levied, the workplace is not going to be the same as it was before 2020 | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 4 days ago

The Rebel Psychologist Turning Managers into Leaders in 2-Min a Day

What DuoLingo did in the language learning space, Bunch is doing for the management training space. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 4 days ago

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s Legacy, from Tech Leaders Who Knew Him Well

Bestselling author and ecommerce pioneer Tony Hsieh, former CEO of Zappos, died on Friday. Tech leaders who knew him well share stories of Hsieh's unique life and outsized impact. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 5 days ago

Five Key Findings from the Highly-Anticipated ‘Future of Jobs’ Report

How has the pandemic influenced the future of work? The answer may surprise you. The 'Future of Jobs' report, recently published by the World Economic Forum, sheds light on how the displacement of jobs by technology and automation is being accelerated by the pandemic. Here are th … | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 5 days ago

Century-Old Tsunami Stones Saved Lives

'Tsunami Stones' are ancient stone markers warning of the dangers of earthquakes and tsunamis along the Japanese coastline. Nowadays often forgotten, they saved lives in the great Tōhoku earthquake of 2011. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 5 days ago

SpaceX Is About to Launch Its Prototype Mars Rocket on Its Most Ambitious Flight

Next week, Elon Musk says his SpaceX company will attempt to fly its prototype Starship rocket – designed to one day take people to Mars – to its highest altitude yet. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 6 days ago

Leaders Control the Weather in Their Team

Along with it, they’re opening up a whole new conversation — maybe even the start of a movement — about new ways of leading in the digital age. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 7 days ago

France May Ban Discrimination Against People With Accents

The French Parliament has taken the first steps toward approving a law that would ban discrimination based on a person’s accent. Violations could be punished by a maximum of 3 years in prison and a fine up to €45,000. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 7 days ago

Chip Shot: Will Project Connected Home over IP Get Us onto the IoT Green?

Analyst Bill Curtis discusses Project Connected Home Over IP (CHIP), and its efforts to enable plug-and-play consumer IoT devices. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 7 days ago

Volkswagen’s ID.3 Leapfrogs Tesla, Renault in October European EV Sales Charts

Volkswagen’s ID.3 hatch blew by both Tesla and Renault to become the best selling electric car (EV) in Europe in October. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 8 days ago

Diego Maradona dies at age 60

Soccer legend Diego Armando Maradona, one of the greatest players off all time, has died at the age of 60 on Wednesday morning, according to reports in the Argentinian newspaper Clarín. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 9 days ago

Apple Is Caving Big Time

Apple made an unlikely move that tips off coming challenges for its most lucrative business—one that Apple’s stock largely hangs on. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 9 days ago

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Calls for ‘Referendum on Capitalism’

Satya Nadella says companies like Microsoft should be measured by the economic impact they have on the markets where they operate, rather than internal surpluses. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 9 days ago

Researchers Hacked and Stole a Tesla Model X in Just Minutes

Security researchers from a Belgian university figured out how to break into a Tesla and drive away in true Hollywood hacker fashion. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 9 days ago

Apple and Google admit Ethereum app to let employees prove Covid vaccination

As businesses open their doors to a Covid-19 world, this new app will let employees prove the results of their most recent medical tests, and eventually whether they’ve been vaccinated, without revealing anything else about who they are. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 10 days ago

#1-ranked tech analyst Patrick Moorhead reviews the new Apple MacBook Pro 13" M1 processor. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 10 days ago

Getting Started with Marketing: Do's and Don'ts

Incorporating marketing into your daily activities can seem daunting, especially if you don't have any experience. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 10 days ago

How Copart Is Making a Billion Dollars from a Junkyard

Advanced technology is not only making cars safer and easier to drive, it’s also making them nearly impossible to repair. Cashing in? Dallas-based Copart and the father-and-son-in-law duo who pioneered selling wrecks on the Internet. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 10 days ago

Apple Exec Indicted for Allegedly Trying to Bribe Officers with iPads

Apple’s Head of Global Security Thomas Moyer is accused of promising to donate 200 iPads to get concealed carry permits for Apple employees. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 11 days ago

The Lonely Side of Remote Work Could Mean Opportunities for Innovation

The truth is, there are many issues still waiting to be solved in order for remote work to become commonplace. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 11 days ago

Apple MacBook Pro 13” M1 Review- Why You Might Want to Pass

#1-ranked tech analyst Patrick Moorhead reviews the new Apple MacBook Pro 13" M1 processor. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 12 days ago

2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 750 Acre ‘Flat Farms’

95% less water. 99% less land. 400X more yield. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 13 days ago

A Year On, Twitter Still Doesn’t Know How to Deal with Its Dead

Twitter promised it would create a system to memorialize the accounts of dead users a year ago. Today, the accounts of the deceased still remain open to abuse. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 14 days ago

The Launch of Podchaser Pro Pulls Back the Curtain on Podcast Statistics

Podchaser Pro brings measurable statistics on podcasts, beyond just the usual downloads metric, that include demographics and contact information for hundreds of thousands of shows. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 14 days ago

Rise of the Recycling Robots

They are coming—for your trash. Sorting through 67 million tons of glass, plastic and paper is dirty, low-paid, mind-numbing work. Matanya Horowitz’s AMP Robotics wants to take humans off the job. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 14 days ago

Apple’s New MacBook Has an Alarming Problem (Restore)

Apple’s breakthrough macOS laptops, the M1 powered MacBook Air and MacBook Pro machines, are hiding an issue that has caught out some new owners. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 14 days ago

SPACs Become Wall Street's Money Tree

What’s driving SPAC mania on Wall Street? Not the billionaires and bankers making headlines daily, but a mob of little-known hedge fund investors, the “SPAC Mafia,” who are incentivized to gobble up these opaque public offerings with little concern over whether they ultimately su … | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 15 days ago

In-N-Out Billionaire Lynsi Snyder Opens Up (2018)

At 36, Lynsi Snyder has already struggled through her father's tragic death, three failed marriages and a battle with alcohol and marijuana. The devout Christian eventually found stability running In-N-Out, her family's quintessential West Coast burger chain. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 15 days ago

YouTube to run ads on non-partner videos

"This ... does not entitle you to any payments," Google says. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 15 days ago

Is Hell Coming to the Stock Market Again? Bill Ackman Might Be Right

Cold hard numbers show Bill Ackman might be right—even with a vaccine. And the first domino could fall in the riskiest corner of the market. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 15 days ago

YouTube Will Now Show Ads on All Videos Even If Creators Don’t Want Them

"This ... does not entitle you to any payments," Google says. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 15 days ago

Is Your Fintech a Fraud? Five Red Flags from Inside Wirecard

Is your boss a fraudster or merely incompetent? Here are five red flags to look out for that I got from insiders at the former fintech unicorn Wirecard, one of the biggest corporate busts in history. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 15 days ago

IBM Apologizes for Firing Computer Pioneer for Being Transgender 52 Years Later

IBM apologizes for firing computer pioneer over 50 years ago. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 16 days ago

With an Adtech Approach to Cyberattacks, Abnormal Security Hits $500M Val

The startup raised $50 million with thanks to its artificial intelligence, which analyzes the behavior behind emails. | Continue reading


@forbes.com | 16 days ago