Two Bit Circus raises $15 million to build next-generation micro-amusement parks
Experimental entertainment company Two Bit Circus has raised $15 million in a funding round led by Jazz Venture Partners, with participation fromRead more.
How Do You Rebel Against Rebellion? Skating Legend Rodney Mullen Keeps Reinventing Himself
By Krisztina ‘Z’ Holly for Forbes Rodney Mullen is exclusively represented by CAL Entertainment Skating legend Rodney Mullen keeps reinventingRead more.
VR/AR Gets Down to Business As Deloitte Digital Taps Entertainment Vet Jay Samit
By David Bloom for TVrev.com Jay Samit is Exclusively Represented by CAL Entertainment Want to know where virtual reality andRead more.
Fresh Social Security reforms and how to get young people working
A headline 4.5 percent unemployment rate shouts “prosperity,” but few believe it. That’s because too many able-bodied Americans opt outRead more.
Cameron Sinclair to lead Airbnb’s humanitarian team
Home-sharing service Airbnb has assembled an in-house humanitarian team headed by designer Cameron Sinclair, to help it achieve its aimRead more.
Three Reliable Leadership Lessons I Keep Going Back To In Uncertain Times in Fast Company
Faisal Hoque is exclusively represented by CAL Entertainment By Faisal Hoque for Fast Company Remember back when “VUCA” (volatility, uncertainty,Read more.
Faisal Hoque’s 9 steps to cultivating genius in your work in Business Insider
Faisal Hoque is Exclusively Represented by CAL Entertainment In making something, whether it is a business, an app, a book, orRead more.
Why Nate Holzapfel’s Mission Belt Co. Just Donated $1.5 Million in Loans to Small Businesses in Inc.com
By Emily Canal for Inc.com Nate Holzapfel is exclusively represented by CAL Entertainment It doesn’t take a lot of brainRead more.
Physicist Michio Kaku on STEM Education in Innovation and Tech Today
Superstar physicist Michio Kaku recently sat down Innovation & Tech Today for a sprawling interview on education and future techRead more.
A few of Rodney Mullen’s favorite things in the Wall Street Journal
MY GRANDMA GAVE ME the illustrated Bible on the left. There was a lot of tumult in the household growingRead more.
Insect-Zapping Laser “Fence” Prepares for First Enemy Contact
A device that cooks unwanted flying bugs with a laser beam will be tested against an insect that has decimatedRead more.
To Thrive in Corporate Chaos, Don’t Forget to KISS
All businesses exist for the same purpose -- to gain and retain customers profitably in order to create shareholder value.Read more.
Andy Stumpf’s blog about the death of his friend, SEAL Team 6 operator, as read in congress on CSPAN
Andy Stumpf is exclusively represented by CAL Entertainment.Read more.
In the age of Uber and Snapchat, antitrust law needs an update by Todd Buchholz in the L.A. Times
Consumer watchdog groups have denounced the pending AT&T and Time Warner merger, claiming that it would put too much powerRead more.
Dr. Deborah Berebichez On Overcoming Barriers To Achievement For Women In STEM in Forbes
An academic trailblazer, Dr. Debbie Berebichez made history in 2004 when she became the first Mexican-born woman to earn aRead more.
How Magic Tricks Saved One NFL Player’s Life – Jon Dorenbos featured in Rolling Stone
Philadelphia Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos sounds affable on the phone, despite recently coming out surgery for a shattered wristRead more.
Nolan Bushnell’s Chuck E. Cheese, Silicon Valley Startup: The Origins of the Best Pizza Chain Ever – The Atlantic
This great American franchise, and by extension, childhood itself, almost never existed. You may not know this, but Chuck E.Read more.