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After a successful trial, the company is building a 2.0 version of its revolutionary underwater data center.
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Time to innovate the belief that "it didn't work then, won't work now, so not even worth looking at again" mentality and unleash disruptive innovation in legacy market mentalities.
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It won't happen without a plan.
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The company has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but its single biggest mistake centers on its decision to offer its tests directly to consumers.
Productive people understand that their success starts and ends with their mental and physical health, which is hugely dependent upon getting enough sleep.
It sounds a bit controlling, but for any entrepreneur, it makes perfect sense.
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Student engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will now build test versions of pods that the SpaceX and Tesla co-founder hopes will eventually be able to transport people at high speed.
Often punctuated by bombast and complicated jargon, most leadership discussions make something simple seem so complex. This piece boils leadership down to its essence.
Jim Schleckser, CEO of the CEO Project, explains how successful CEOs manage their time compared to mediocre ones.
Eric Leak is a little known man who happens to manage the career of NBA superstar Andrew Wiggins off the court.
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