Thursday, August 6, 2020

The Perfect Company: Could Uber Go Under?

That threat — and the reason that Uber is valued at $54 billion — is the idea that Uber will one day control the world’s transportation systems. But what exactly is Uber building?

New Jersey Must Rise to the Challenge of Climate Change

The Trump administration has its head in the sand on climate change, so it is up to individual states to take the lead in responding to the enormous threat of climate change.

Assaults on Charities

There are some worrisome signs on the horizon for nonprofits. Supporting and nurturing them should be one of America’s first priorities.

The Perfect Company: Animal Spirits

One way to optimize a trend while limiting one’s downside is by buying call options.

Perfect Company: How to Raise Money, Part 2

The best source of funds is your customers. If you have customers and, better yet, a growing stream of profitable customers, you will have no end to capital.

Perfect Company: The Coronavirus and the Money Bubble

With the exception of infrastructure spending, our government has already pulled every lever to stimulate the money supply. Now we face a possible natural disaster called the Coronavirus or Covid-19.

The Perfect Company: TREX

Here is another “perfect company” nomination: TREX is the world’s largest manufacturer of high-performance, wood-alternative decking and railing.

With Growth of Charity Should Come Greater Scrutiny

While there is huge support for our nation’s charities, there is very little awareness among the general public as to the economic clout, enormous growth of the philanthropic sector, or the process by which charities are granted and maintain their privileged IRS nonprofit status.

The Perfect Company: High Tech, High Touch

Scientists call a haptic-enhanced experience “immersive.” The name of the leading haptic development company is Immersion Corporation.

A Huge Victory for Preserved Land in NJ and Beyond

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Penn­East’s claim that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can delegate its authority to condemn state lands to a private company.

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus