A genial old fellow on stage at the Alexa Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee smiles as the soles of his shoes begin to glow red. Later, he asks the virtual assistant to make his shoes green. Lo and behold, green shoes.
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The number one thing to keep in mind in any negotiation is there’s power in patience, former FBI negotiator Chris Voss tells CNBC Make It: “You’ve got to let the other side talk first, and you’ve got to make them feel in control.”
Voss is the founder and CEO of strategy consultancy Black Swan Group, and prior to working in the private sector, he was the lead international kidnapping negotiator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the lead crisis negotiator for the New York City Division of the FBI and a member of the New York City Joint Terrorist Task Force for 14 years.
Dianna Cowern is Exclusively Represented by CAL Entertainment Everything old is new again with the 2019 edition of the Forbes 30 Under 30, our annual list chronicling the brashest entrepreneurs across the United States and Canada. From creating milk without cows to trucks without drivers, these innovators are shaking up some of the world’s stodgiest […]
By Matt Krantz for Investor’s Business Daily Nolan Bushnell is Exclusively Represented by CAL Entertainment Steve Jobs didn’t tolerate many bosses, but there was one he wanted to work for: Nolan Bushnell. Jobs was attracted by the unique way Bushnell, co-founder of video game pioneer Atari, was forging an entirely new industry in the early […]
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By combining new technologies and his skill for designing and inventing, Pablos Holman has helped pave the way for smartphones and tablets, 3D printers, and possibly the eradication of malaria by crafting a laser that can shoot mosquitos. One of his latest projects includes partnering with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos for his spaceship project, Blue Origin.
Twenty-six men and women are seated along four folding tables laid end to end in the ballroom of a former Masonic lodge in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. An eclectic mix, ranging from local charity workers to Silicon Valley investors to cryptocurrency early adopters, they all believe that they’re about to make history. Specifically, they are here to help Brock Pierce – a child actor turned video-game entrepreneur turned crypto titan – give away a billion dollars to charity. Not in a will after his death, but now, in the prime of his life and the peak of his career, at age 37.
Experimental entertainment company Two Bit Circus plans to open its first “micro-amusement park” in Los Angeles in September. The 40,000-square-foot modern playground for digital and physical arcade games will be the first in a series, said Brent Bushnell, CEO of Two Bit Circus and son of Atari cofounder Nolan Bushnell.
According to a widely accepted theory that has been around for at least half a century, the skills, aptitudes and even interests of just about every human being are all due to which sphere of their cerebral cortex is dominant.
As an up-and-coming entrepreneur, you probably think you’re giving it everything you’ve got. Day in, day out, working at max capacity. Right?