In honor of Gameday coming to Oxford, here's a guide to the Grove and Ole Miss Tailgating! • /r/CFB
Hey there football fans and tailgating aficionados! Bignosebill here to give you a look into what has been called the greatest tailgate in the…
I will be in the Grove Friday (after office hours and judging an entrepreneurial contest), and Saturday. Unbelievable college tailgate you should see once in your life. Go Rebels, Beat Bama.
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My daughter is a senior there and we are going to the Ole Miss v Alabama game-so why not? They have a new entrepreneurship program there and I did a Skype with them. If you want to Skype in and support them I am sure they can make it happen for you too.
“Apple Pay optimizes for how the world does work. The real winner in payments will build for how the world should work.”
Tim on payments, but applicable to any existing behavior going digital. (via brycedotvc)
good article. frictionless payments is what people want.
Eric Holder Takes $77 Million Job With JPMorgan Chase
Just after announcing his resignation as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder has accepted a top job with Wall Street finance giant JPMorgan Chase. Starting in early November, Holder will serve as JPMorgan Chase’s chief compliance officer, where his responsibilities will include lobbying …
Want to get the money out of politics? This is a parody article-but real enough that it’s not far fetched. Except the enormous salary.
We need to tax people that work in govt and revolve to the private sector and back again higher than other workers. They use their govt connections to reap huge rewards for themselves. David Plouffe and Facebook come to mind. But banking, ag, and other industries all have the same revolving door. And then there are retired or elected officials that lose—they walk to K Street and earn big money using their connections. It’s a perverse economic incentive.