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JD.Com and How the Proposed Underground Urban Fulfillment Network is Expected to Streamline Freights Services beyond Unprecedented Levels

JD.com recently grabbed the headlines after embarking on a creative and ambitious plan to develop an “Urban Smart Logistics Institute” tailored at propelling logistics systems to greater heights. While making the announcement at the 2018 Global Smart Supply Chain Summit, the e-commerce juggernaut hailed the latest strategy aimed at harnessing cloud computing and big data • Read More »



Ted Bauman Reveals What it Takes to Be Successful

Ted Bauman was recently interviewed for Ideamench, a company dedicated to providing interviews with successful entrepreneurs. He has been working as a financial writer with Banyan Hill Published since 2013 where he writes and edits the Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club, and the Bauman Letter. His focus in his newsletters is to help people • Read More »


How Vinod Gupta Went From Living In A Poor Indian Village To Being A Private Equity Investor

Vinod Gupta is an Indian-Born American Businessman, Investor and Philanthropist who grew up in a poor village. Nobody in this village had cars, toilets, electricity, televisions, or even running water in their homes. He attended the village school and once he graduated he went to college and earned a degree in agricultural engineering. He applied • Read More »


Finding a Worthy Mentor in Todd Lubar

Did you know that you can make a fortune out of land? The land has and will always be there. However, land being a factor of production is no longer enough to accommodate the ever-growing global population. Therefore, I cannot overemphasize the importance of land is it is the only thing I know that has • Read More »


Waiakea Hawaiian Water’s Mauna Loa Heritage

The Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii is a majestic natural structure that extends to an estimated 33,000 feet. This is actually 33,000 feet above the sea floor, which makes it one of the tallest mountains on earth. In Hawaiian culture, Mauna Loa means “long mountain,” and it definitely earns its title for sure. This specific • Read More »


Larkin & Lacey

The former Sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio, recently received a pardon by President Donald Trump; a controversial move that became official when it was signed off by U.S. District Judge, Susan R. Bolton. Learn more about James Larkin and Michael Lacey: https://michael-lacey.com/ and http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/michael-lacey/ While few were surprised by the move, many of Joe • Read More »


Daniel Taub

As per meeting the Queen of England, Daniel Taub’s recognition was finally brought into light. The devout Orthodox Jew will finally be making a return to his homeland of faith, Israel. Taking his place as the newly elected Ambassador for the Court of St. James. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | • Read More »


Jim Larkin

Jim Larkin was a man of Irish descent who grew up in the slums of Liverpool, England after being born January 28, 1874. He came from a very poor family and received little to no education as a child. In order to help support the family he was sent to work at a very early • Read More »


American Civil Liberties Union role in ending immigrants’ woes

When the government is involved in abusing and denying legal rights and blocking all the necessary channels, everyone is at risk. When the government forgets its role in defending and enforcing law and order, lives are lost. But, what if we as the people, can fight and oversee our rights? True, American Civil Liberties Union • Read More »