The saga of WeWork is the stuff of hubris – a financial folly built upon a hope and a dream, financed by a mountain of debt. Once a Google-esque darling of the hyper-hipster Technorati, the office sharing wunderkind saw its valuation tumble from $47 billion to $10 billion to whether it is even viable in the span of a few short months.
Consider the following from an article published by global insurance giant AON: “2017 and the first half of 2018 posted extraordinary growth in the use of representations and warranties insurance, tax insurance and bespoke contingent...
If you’re one of the Red Bull Crowd (or is it now La Croix?), you love your technology. You love your code. The logic, the simplicity, the creativity, the elegance, the way it attracts members of the opposite sex (well, maybe not that one, but you get the picture).
For the past seven years, Rock Health has gathered digital health CEOs, from seed stage to round E (E!?), to hear how their colleagues address the challenges that, for the most part, everyone in the room has faced – or will soon.