3 Options for Windows 7 End of Life Support

Options for Windows 7 End of Life Support

Three Options for Windows 7 End of Life Support, which is January 14, 2020. There are two paths: Windows or Linux. Instructions are provided.

2019 Big Data & AI Landscape

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2019 Big Data & Artificial Intelligence (AI) Landscape by Matt Turck and Lisa Xu of FirstMark. Includes commentary and a spreadsheet.

4 Compelling Reasons Not To Rely On A CFO For M&A

4 Compelling Reasons Not To Rely On A CFO For M&A 1

We share four reasons why companies should not rely on their CFO for M&A – and also provide links to further reading and examples on how to evaluate talent.

4 Tantalizing Tidbits of Ford’s Labor Deal

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Highlights of the tentative Ford + UAW Labor Agreement. It includes billions of dollars of investments in U.S.-based infrastructure and staff. The UAW is scheduled to vote on it in mid-November.

Top 30 Largest IPOs of 2019

30 Largest IPOs of 2019. Flawed Business Models, WeWork, and Unicorns.

WeWork’s IPO has been put on hold. How will this delay affect its $47 billion private valuation and where will it rank among the Top 30 Largest IPOs of 2019 if it ultimately completes an IPO?

Gordon Tullock on Safety Regulations, Corruption, and Bio-Economics

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Is “Tits and Their Food Supply in English Pine Woods: A Problem in Applied Ornithology” on your reading list? If so, then you might like Coventry League’s summary of “The Joyful Contrarianism of Gordon Tullock” that is in the October issue of Reason Magazine (Free Minds and Free Markets). It’s about Safety Regulations, Corruption, and Bio-Economics.

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