Note: This award doesn’t exist, but if it did, we are told we’d win it.
And now onto Elon Musk, where the drama continues.
Musk says he’s been in talks with the Saudi Public Investment Fund about taking Tesla private for almost two years, and after meeting with the fund on July 31, he had no question that the deal would close — which is why he tweeted “funding secured” a week later.
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Meet me in the (unicorn) club
This year has seen 53 unicorn births so far, bringing private companies valued at $1B+ to 260 in total. And we’re tracking them all.
A number of companies make them, and they can sell for as much as $38 each.
We now know the price of one chicken’s dignity.
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The recently announced tariffs that the US is imposing on Mexico, the EU, and China are expected to affect companies across multiple industries, from food production to motor vehicles to construction and more.
People used to come to plastic surgeons wanting to be turned into celebrity lookalikes.
Now they want to look like the filtered version of themselves that they create on social media, per a recent Washington Post article.
It’s a phenomenon that’s being called “Snapchat dysmorphia” by cosmetic doctors. Neelam Vashi, an assistant professor of dermatology at the Boston University School of Medicine, says that it’s the result of people being able to easily edit away their blemishes on Snapchat and Instagram:
Hold the foam
Global coffee consumption is on the rise, just like funding to coffee startups. Investors have poured over $600M into these companies to date — that’s more than 4x all funding to the space in 2017.