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Rishi Taparia - Issue #7

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Wrapping up a week that had Nordstrom say no thanks to inventory, Jack Ma redefining 'go big or go ho
 

Rishi Taparia

September 17 · Issue #7 · View online
Links and posts largely on fintech, commerce, climate and energy with a few random tidbits here and there

Wrapping up a week that had Nordstrom say no thanks to inventory, Jack Ma redefining ‘go big or go home’, Chinese banks seeing a bright spot in the market otherwise dominated by tech companies, Chamath trying to create the IPO 2.0, hipster coffee getting a payday and more. Enjoy!

Commerce
Nordstrom opening merchandise-free concept
Alibaba's Jack Ma Sets His Sights on a New Target
Millennials find store associates 'extremely important'
Whole Foods gives Amazon hundreds of return centers. A startup wants to give other e-commerce sites the same
Amazon, the Price Perception Leader
FinTech
Indonesia's Go-Jek says Go Pay the next big thing
China’s Next Debt Addiction
How PayPal Can Continue Its Remarkable Run
China's Banks Are Leading a Surge in Overseas Lending
Technology
Chamath raises $600 million in IPO for blank-check firm Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings to create IPO 2.0
Gadget assembler Foxconn harbors big-brand ambitions
Lessons Learned Scaling Airbnb 100X
Random Tidbits
A New Surprise Airline Fee
Nestle Is Said to Pay $425 Million to Buy Blue Bottle Coffee
The Sound of Silence
Our entire credit bureau system is broken
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