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Apple Card: company reveals credit card launching next month
Have you heard the breaking news? Apple has announced it will launch its own credit card in August, as iPhone sales continue to fall and the company seeks to diversify its business model. Kari Paul investigates the issue in details in the article “Apple Card: company reveals credit card launching next month”. The Apple Card will include a user interface that shows customers where each purchase was made and the amount of the transaction. It will break down purchases into categories including entertainment, food, and shopping, and include cash back incentives rather than a points system. Take a look to find out more.
Elon Musk wants to hook your brain directly up to computers — starting next year
The Tesla and SpaceX founder announced a goal of implanting chips into human brains as early as next year to create direct human connections to the computer. Alex Johnson in the article “Elon Musk wants to hook your brain directly up to computers — starting next year” covers all aspects of this subject. Take a look to know more.
4 Lessons From a Failed Startup — From and For First Time Founders
The article “4 Lessons From a Failed Startup — From and For First Time Founders” by Kent Mori addresses the top lessons the author learned from the failed startup. For example, you should build a framework to document, test, and evaluate your hypotheses. Another lesson is instead of maximizing runway for a length of time, maximize for the number of hypotheses you can test. Find out more while reading the article!
Capital One: hacker stole data of over 100m Americans
FBI has arrested an individual who was responsible for gaining access to personal information including credit scores and balances plus the social security numbers of about 140,000 customers. The data breach has affected around 100 million people in the US and 6 million in Canada. Find out more details of this investigation in the article “Capital One: hacker stole data of over 100m Americans”.
50 Big Companies that Started with Little or No Money
There’s a widespread belief among founders that venture capital is a precursor to success. It is true that VC is a common denominator of the most successful tech startups, but it isn’t a prerequisite, especially at the early stages. The article “50 Big Companies that Started with Little or No Money” by Founder Collective provide readers with the list of the companies that became successful examples that you CAN start a business without big financial resources. The article contains other crucial tips regarding how to start a new business.
We hope that the articles we mentioned were useful and will have a beneficial influence on the development of your business. Stay tuned and see you next week!