Business, Investment, Lifestyle, Startup

Inside JAY-Z’s Weed Factory

Jay-Z’s got 99 problems but slinging weed isn’t one. Say hello to his massive weed factory, an impressive 100,000-square-foot facility the building sits on a busy intersection in San Jose, California. A steady procession of customers shuffles patiently in line at the front-room dispensary, oblivious to the whirring machinations behind closed doors. Only with an […]

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Startup, Tech, Travel

SpaceX Want To Take You Into Space

The world’s first all-civilian mission to space is officially chalked up for later this year. Named Inspiration4 in recognition of the four-person crew and their mission to inspire support for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, SpaceX has offered a seat to one lucky winner. Entrants simply need to make a $10 or larger donation to […]

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Startup, Travel

Get The Ride Of A Lifetime On The Neptune Space Balloon

There are hundreds of videos capturing GoPros ascending into the cosmos on weather balloons. Now, inhabitants of Earth might get the chance to experience floating to the edge of space firsthand. Travel startup Space Perspective plans to send passengers to the stratosphere on their space balloon Neptune. The eight-person pressurised capsule will launch from NASA’s […]

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Gear, Startup, Travel

AWAY Founders Join List Of “Toxic” Startup CEOs

We’ve all heard the stories of startup founders evolving from do-gooder entrepreneurs to power hungry, obsessive and abusive CEOs in so many tech companies and startups it all becomes a little numbing, as if the transformation is acceptable and even warranted if you want a company to survive. Many believe it’s ok for staff to […]

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Investment, Lifestyle, Startup, Tech

Monzo, N26 and Revolut: Banking On Community

‘Cool is not a reason for a new bank. Control is,’ reads a new advert for the Berlin-based digital startup bank N26. Plastered across London’s transport network, does the ad, one of a series they’ve rolled out, intentionally cast shade in the direction of its coral pink competitor, Monzo? Such online, branchless services claim to […]

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Business, Startup, Tech

But What Does A Co-Living Community Manager Do?

Paris-based business incubator Station F – which calls itself the largest ‘startup campus’ in the world – will start offering co-living leases later this year. In preparation, it’s currently hiring a community manager to help new tenants settle in. The job description offers an interesting insight into what this role entails. Take a look at the […]

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Business, Startup

What Successful People Do With Their Morning Commute

Unlike James Bond our mornings don’t consist of sitting in the bath, reading papers, on the phone and leisurely taking out time.  Well for some they might. But how did you spend your commute this morning? It can be strange, being squashed up on a bus or train for up to an hour every morning, […]

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Art, Design, Startup

The Angle Razor, It’s A Design Nerds Dream

Shaving is a lost art, with less time and more and more gentlemen preferring a beard, the Angle Razor from Morrama is on a mission to bring back the art. With a machined aluminium handle that puts the balance point at the thumb and forefinger, the Angle Razor uses physics to help deliver a more controlled shave. […]

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Business, Design, Investment, Startup

How WeWork Became The Starbucks Of Office Life

WeWork has spent 2017 riding a rocket. The co-working company leases buildings, renovates them to be luxe Silicon Valley-style offices, and then rents out those offices one desk or a conference room at a time. Just within 2017, WeWork raised $4.4 billion from SoftBank’s Vision Fund. As of October, it had 172 locations in 18 countries, used by more than 150,000 members. WeWork itself employs over […]

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