On 29th March, 2019, Lyft became the first ride-hailing, publicly traded company. Shares were priced at $72 at the upper end of the pricing range. It was one of the highly anticipated IPOs to come out of Silicon Valley for 2019 and was oversubscribed in no time. On its first day, the company raised $2.3… Continue reading Need a Lyft? A closer look at Silicon Valley’s latest offering
In 2016, Hilary Clinton made her second attempt at the United States presidency. Supporters from far and wide anxiously awaited the outcome which many hoped would be one of the biggest historical victories for women everywhere. Her victory speech would have included a tribute to her mother, going back to the time when she was… Continue reading HILARY CLINTON, THAT ONE ULTIMATE GLASS CEILING AND WHAT IT REALLY MEANS TO BE A FEMINIST
It is the nature of humans to seek non-stereotypical leadership traits during a time of transition, but it often comes with its incumbent sceptical forces and an idealism that promotes heroism which makes the position a lonely and thankless one.
In his first inaugural address as president of the United States, Donald Trump made clear his stance on immigration. He asserted that under the current system, immigration costs American taxpayers ‘billions and billions of dollars a year’. While this number seems exaggerated, several different schools of thought seem to support this viewpoint. In a Gallup… Continue reading Chasing Immigration
“Natural human nature is wishful thinking…I think my drive to get it done is somewhat disconnected from hope, enthusiasm or anything else. I just give it everything I’ve got, irrespective of what the circumstances might be.” I’ve long wondered about the pace of technology, and how come we are not much further along than was… Continue reading Elon Musk-When Finance & Economics Meets Technological Advances