Patagonia’s Billionaire Founder To Give Away The Millions His Company Saved From Trump’s Tax Cuts To Save The Planet – Angel Au-Yeung

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Yvon Chouinard, billionaire founder of outdoor apparel firm Patagonia, has traditionally shied away from politics. But things have changed for the rock-climbing, fly-fishing outdoorsman since Donald Trump moved into the Oval Office. On Wednesday, Patagonia announced it has an additional $10 million in profits on its books for 2018 as a result of Trump’s “irresponsible tax cut” last year, which lowered the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. Instead of investing the additional dollars back into its business, Patagonia said it would give $10 million to grassroot groups fighting climate change, including organizations that work in regenerative organic agriculture to help reverse global warming.

 

 

 

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The Nigerian Serial Entrepreneur Who Built A $14 Million Mobile VAS Content Business – Mfonobong Nsehe

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Nigerian-born serial entrepreneur John Orajiaka, 43, is the founder of Adnol Multimedia a $14 million (annual revenues) Pan-African value-added telecommunication service provider. Active in more than ten African countries including Nigeria, South Africa, Liberia, Cameroon, Rwanda and Swaziland, Adnol Multimedia provides everything from basic messaging and voice applications to digital lifestyle solutions using short codes for subscription services such as caller ring-back tunes, mobile advertising, mobile health, coupon services and mobile games to more than 7 million customers……….

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobongnsehe/2018/11/16/the-nigerian-serial-entrepreneur-who-built-a-14-million-mobile-vas-content-business/#5ba16a192f0c

 

 

 

 

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3 Things Successful People Do To Leverage Failure (Infographic) – Terina Allen

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I am scared way more often than I am brave. I am uncomfortable much more frequently than I am comfortable. I am unsure about so much more than I am certain of. I have dropped many more balls than I have ever caught, and I have failed at more initiatives than I have succeeded. And it is because of this, not in spite of it, that I thrive. We know that successful people, like everyone else, make mistakes, feel pain, quit, cry, lose and have all the same insecurities and self doubts that all human beings experience. We know success is not synonymous with perfection………………

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/terinaallen/2018/11/16/successful-people-leverage-failure/#45e8907072bc

 

 

 

 

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How Kara Swisher Is Holding Tech Titans Accountable – Moira Forbes

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“You don’t get a medal for not doing a good job,” says Recode’s executive editor, Kara Swisher. Known as much for her brutal honesty as she is for breaking big news, Swisher is outspoken in her ongoing scrutiny of Silicon Valley, adamant that leaders there could and should be doing better when it comes to moving the needle on diversity, on and off their platforms. “They have a quantum amount of money, a huge amount of power and impact and influence. If you want to live in those worlds, you have to take responsibility,” says Swisher……..

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/moiraforbes/2018/11/08/how-kara-swisher-is-holding-tech-titans-accountable/#26cf3eb64583

 

 

 

 

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Midas List Europe: Meet The Best VC Investors In European Tech For 2018 – Alex Konrad

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With Europe’s tech scene on the rise, a select group of venture capital investors are proving that you don’t need to be in Silicon Valley to build a golden startup portfolio. The 25 investors of the second-ever Midas Europe List have produced returns that stand up worldwide. They’ve backed public-company success stories like payments company Adyen and music streaming site Spotify. They’re based everywhere from London to Switzerland and Israel, from large firms and smaller new ones. The one things they have in common: track records of success in backing the next big thing in Europe – and doing it again and again……..

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American Express, Amazon, And Barbara Corcoran Partner To Help Small Businesses – Jaime Catmull

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As of 2016, there were approximately 28.8 million small businesses, which accounted for 99.7% of all U.S. businesses, according to the Small Business Administration. That’s a tremendous economic force that is fueling the country’s growth and framing opportunity for more entrepreneurs and freelancers to join the ranks. Even with positive signs that point to the ongoing growth in small businesses, challenges remain. For those already operating a business, the National Small  Business Association found that growth can be slowed by economic uncertainty and limited access to credit…….

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jaimecatmull/2018/11/03/american-express-amazon-and-barbara-corcoran-partner-to-help-small-business/#2c358b413403

 

 

 

 

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China’s Richest 2018: Meet The Youngest Members of China’s 400 Richest – Alex Fang

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The rich grow old like everybody else. China’s wealthiest are, on average, 55.7 years old, up from 54.7 a year ago. Still, newcomers made sure the club of China’s wealthiest has more young blood than it did in 2017. This year, 15 of China’s 400 Richest are under 40, compared to 13 last year. Among them, two inherited their fortunes; the rest are self-made — incidentally, all in tech. Together the 15 are worth close to $63 billion……..

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexfang/2018/10/24/15-under-40-meet-the-youngest-members-of-chinas-400-richest/#65a1895f7369

 

 

 

 

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Four Things This 24-Year-Old Did Before She Became A CEO – Denise Restauri

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Here’s a question I hear a lot from young women: “How do I leave my job that comes with benefits and direct deposit paychecks and become an entrepreneur?” There’s no one-size-fits-all answer. So I share stories of what I did and what other women are doing to give them perspective, context and color to help them find their answers. A month ago Shinjini Das (24 years old) and I were talking about what she was doing. She was a digital strategist at Iron Horse Interactive in the San Francisco Bay Area………

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In-N-Out Billionaire Lynsi Snyder Opens Up About Her Troubled Past And The Burger Chain’s Future – Chloe Sorvino

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Hamburger Lane is a quarter-mile, palm-lined stretch of Baldwin Park, California, 30 minutes east of Los Angeles. Halfway down the block, a low-slung building covered in gray siding sits behind a security fence. Knowing what’s inside the little structure helps explain the street’s unusual name. It’s the top-secret corporate test kitchen for In-N-Out Burger, the iconic West Coast chain. Lynsi Snyder, the company’s billionaire president, hovers over a set of double fryers and stove-top griddles…….

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4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

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Call it the tale of two stereotypes. In one, Millennials are job-hopping crypto-crazed maniacs who would rather buy bitcoin than bonds. In the other, they’re a generation so scarred by the Great Recession that they cling to any chance for job security and keep their money (what little they have left after student loan payments) in cash. Of course, with so many Millennials around (they’ll displace the Baby Boomers next year as America’s largest living adult generation), you can find examples to fit any stereotype……

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinstoller/2018/10/11/10-years-later-4-millennials-describe-how-the-great-recession-shaped-their-lives/#4421765b31b9

 

 

 

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