Capitol police meet with members of political 'squad' about safety concerns

Congressional security officials have met with all four members of the “squad,” comprising Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., over concerns about their safety as lawmakers.

Fox News has learned that threats have not increased for them this week.

Corvette Inner Pic Leaks Sooner than C8 Inform – The Truth About Cars

By Tim Healey on July 18, 2019
I’m in California today so that I will watch the recent Chevrolet C8 Corvette within the flesh. The save will hold situation later tonight.
Upfront of that match, buddy of TTAC Bozi Tatarevic has tweeted out a portray of the auto’s internal. It seems, um, attention-grabbing.

WeWork CEO Neumann’s $700 million cash-out says a lot about how the massive influx in venture capital has changed the market

  • Traditionally, venture capitalists frowned on startup founders selling any of their personal stakes in their companies before the firms went public or were acquired.
  • But it’s becoming more common for founders to cash in some of their stakes pre-IPO.
  • WeWork CEO Adam Neumann, for example, has raised some $700 million over the last five years by selling off stakes in his company or using his stock to guarantee personal loans, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Swit used this pitch deck to raise $6 million for its enterprise app

Tech investors and entrepreneurs talk a lot about the so-called first-mover advantage — the idea that startups can get a leg up on the competition by launching their product or service before their rivals.
But Josh Lee thinks his San Francisco startup will succeed because it took the opposite tack. Swit launched its collaboration software in March, long after competitors including Slack, Asana, and Atlassian’s Jira pioneered the market for such apps. By waiting, it was able to improve on their products and address their shortcomings, Lee said.


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