Gee, I wonder why Amazon is thinking about vertically integrating into transportation services. Hmmmm . . . let me think.
But always remember that "Government is just the name we give to things we do together". Ha!
LA has like 9,000 food trucks, New York has 5,500, Chicago has 90 and it's impossible to function.
"Today's MBA programs are "outdated" and in desperate need of an upgrade."
I'd say she has some standing to criticize. She became CEO of PepsiCo on 10/1/06 and from then through 11/6/16 (when I'm writing this), Pepsi stock. with a beta currently of 0.69, is up 64.48% while the S&P500 is up 56.63%. (From Yahoo! Finance, but the time period doesn't seem to bookmark, so you'll have to set it yourself.) And over this time Pepsi has paid, I believe, a dividend higher than the S&P's.
Interesting discussion in the New York Times of the economics of restaurants. And the answer is "yes".
"Internal Amazon documents reveal a vision of up to 2,000 grocery stores across the US".
"There’s Another German Grocery Store Coming to the U.S., and It May Just Produce the Greatest Rivalry in Supermarket History".
And it seems to me a merger with Amazon could go a long way to fixing this problem: "The Not-So-Wholesome Reality Behind The Making of Your Meal Kit".
I would have said "sure," but several people on Quora don't accept the question's premise.
Near the bottom Ben Stein masterfully states what the CEO of Wells Fargo should have said to Elizabeth Warren.
Related: Jon Gabriel also offers an excellent version in "Turning the Tables on Sen. Warren".
"A CEO and former Googler shares the 5 traits every hiring manager looks for in young job candidates"
No surprise: #1 is "The ability to communicate clearly".