Zipcar’s Robin Chase on reinventing capitalism

January 12, 2016 by  
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The dominant economic model of the world as we know it is being transformed because some people saw value in excess capacity, said Robin Chase, one of those people.The co-founder of Zipcar, the largest car sharing organization in the world, said the collaborative economy that’s emerging from people leveraging the excess capacity of cars, beds, equipment, office space, data, teaching and so on is creating a ton of value.

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If I was right, why was I fired?

January 12, 2016 by  
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The outgoing CEO of NRG has a very specific answer, and it has little to do with short-term stock prices.

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Minnesota Moose Population Crash Possibly Correlated With Climate Change

February 19, 2011 by  
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The end is near.

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West Virginia Football Uniforms To Honor Coal, Fallen Miners

September 4, 2010 by  
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photo via Nike In an attempt to honor the 29 coal miners who tragically died last year at the Upper Big Branch coal mine , the West Virginia University Mountaineers have teamed up with Nike to create new football uniforms that have the mark of coal. The uniforms are white, but have coal dust on the pants and shoulders. The yellow strip on the hemet is said to represent a miner’s headlamp

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