Super Cities №194 — Arms Dealer or Arms User
Adnan Khashoggi became a billionaire by brokering war.
Super Cities №133 — Why Analog Innovation Works
But do you know where amazing innovation comes from? People tinkering in garages.
Super Cities №104 - The City-Based Gig Economy Is BS
From 2005 to 2017, the number of free agents — those who could pick up gigs — declined. Of those who remain, a growing percentage is over fifty-five.
Super Cities №95 - Transforming an Uber Giant
In 1950, the average age of a company listed on the S&P was 60 years. Today it is less than 20 years.
Super Cities №67 — Uber: Making More By Doing Less
Under new leadership, Uber deserves credit: it is getting stronger by doing less.
Super Cities №25 — Growth Guerrillas
Benchmark invested $27 million in Uber. Its stake is now worth $8 billion.
Super Cities №23 — Uber and Multi-Dimensional Leadership
The most damaging legacy of financialization is the slow death of multi-dimensional leadership, a topic we will explore, over time, in some depth.