SAI Newsletter #1, August 8, 2018
Updated: Jan 29, 2019
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EVs: With the recent earnings release from Tesla, there was plenty to talk about.
Didi looking to acquire Ofo? Will Ofo’s books be clean enough for Didi to move forward with the transaction? We already know that Ofo is exiting many international markets.
Contract Manufacturing for the automotive sector. For large companies with money to burn, this could be an opportunity but not for some time still.
Tributes to Sergio Marchionne. He truly bailed out one of the Big Three and moved the company forward. One of the few true 'legends' in the automotive sector.
Tim Cook’s message to the team when Apple hit the $1Trillion. Still have some friends working at Apple so super proud of everyone that helped push them past this milestone!
The challenges of being a Startup in China. This highlights what many people on the ground in China have been thinking for some time. If you have a Ph.D. in machine learning from Carnegie Mellon, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, Cal or a few other uni's, chances are pretty good you’ll find funding regardless of what your idea is. I also agree that without some serious ‘struggles,’ startups will not have the ability to succeed outside of their home markets.