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Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet?

More companies are trying to bring self-driving cars to the masses than ever before. Yet a truly autonomous vehicle still doesn’t exist. And it’s not clear if, or when, our driverless future will arrive. Proponents like Elon Musk have touted an aggressive timeline but missed their goals and others in Continue Reading

How Secure Is The United States Power Grid?

From transportation, to telecommunications, health care and banking. The digitization of our infrastructure has made our daily lives more convenient, but it’s also opened us up to the threat of cyberattacks. Yahoo’s hack of over 500 million accounts will make it the biggest data breach ever. Equifax, which, as you Continue Reading

Why Tesco Failed In The United States

When you think about London, the obvious landmarks come to mind: Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Tower Bridge But there is an unofficial staple in the UK. They extends. Well beyond the country: Tesco. It’s the largest retailer in the UK with over 3,400 stores. The brand has been Continue Reading

Why The Volkswagen Phaeton Failed In The United States

The term Volkswagen means “people’s car” in German, and that is mostly what the brand sells stylish, well engineered cars that are still relatively affordable. Volkswagen usually leaves the task of selling pricey sports cars, luxury rides and super cars to its sister brands such as Porsche, Audi and Bugatti. Continue Reading

Why Tim Hortons Struggles In The United States

You know that old joke that there’s a Starbucks on every corner in the United States. In that Dunkin’ Donuts slogan, America runs on Dunkin’. Well, there’s a Canadian coffee chain that makes those look like quaint little neighborhood cafes. Meet Tim Hortons, Canada’s one stop shop for coffee, breakfast, Continue Reading

Andrew Yang On UBI And Human-Centered Capitalism

You look like you’re having fun in this race. Yeah. I had been having a blast. It’s been tremendous meeting thousands of Americans around the country. And if the upstart candidate who’s overachieving and shocking the world can’t have fun, who can? One of the things that’s appealing about you Continue Reading