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Neil Jacobsohn Neil Jacobsohn
Solar breakthrough?
Posted: 20 September 2014  
Now we're talking! If solar power really becomes cheaper than other, carbon-derived forms of power, then the game will change. And isn't it interesting that the man driving this is South African-born maverick billionaire Elon Musk. There really are new and different players entering the field.
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Elon Musk Promises Solar Power Cheaper Than Fracked Gas
20 September 2014
Elon Musk's SolarCity buys panel maker and promises to slash the cost of solar power
MindBullet logo COAL HITS US$10 PER TON AS SOLAR POWER SHINES
Nano solar films bring cheap energy to sunshine states
Dateline: 5 May 2018
It's hard to believe that a mere decade ago fossil fuels were at a premium, and everyone talked of 'peak oil' and the high prices of natural gas and coal. ...
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Neil Jacobsohn Neil Jacobsohn
Alibaba worth more than Amazon and Facebook
Posted: 20 September 2014  
So Chinese Internet giant Alibaba has listed on the NY stock exchange - and is immediately worth more than both Amazon and a Facebook. The world really is changing!
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Alibaba shares surge on NY debut
20 September 2014
Alibaba's shares closed significantly above their initial price on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Friday, a sign of the excitement surrounding the Chinese internet giant.
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Wolfgang Grulke Wolfgang Grulke
Sugar - The New Tobacco. Now the game gets serious
Posted: 19 September 2014  
When we published this MindBullet ten years ago, it seemed like a somewhat unlikely scenario, but now the game us really ratcheting up. What will be the likely next steps by governments?
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We MUST tax sugar before Britain eats itself, says Ian Birrell
19 September 2014
Ian Birrell believes a tax on sugar should be introduced to prevent the obesity epidemic worsening. He also suggested tobacco-style warnings and ...
MindBullet logo SUGAR AND FAT ARE THE NEW TOBACCO
Coca Cola, McDonalds, Unilever and Nestle in the firing line
Dateline: 15 November 2008
In a surprisingly quick and controversial judgement the food industry has been served the most dangerous curved ball in its long history. The fast-food ...
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Anton Musgrave Anton Musgrave
Millennials really ARE different
Posted: 18 September 2014  
Like it or not, the Millenial generation of customers is indeed different, from viewing their sm,art phone more tun 41 times per day to following recommendations form strangers. It all adds up to marketers in every industry having to think differently...and maybe ask a Millennial for advice! Now there's a scary ...
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Here Is Everything You Need to Know About the Millennial Consumer
18 September 2014
No demographic is as appealing to marketers as millennials, those folks born between 1981 and 2000. Many articles and studies have focused on reaching this ...
MindBullet logo 'NET GENERATION' DECLARED A NEW SPECIES OF HOMO SAPIENS
You always knew your kids were different
Dateline: 21 August 2012
In 2009, Don Tapscott published an updated version of his best-selling 1997 book 'Growing up digital' which covered the emergence of what he called 'the ...
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