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Rishi Taparia - Issue #81

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Apologies for missing last week's issue, a stomach bug caught over the long weekend absolutely flatte
 

Rishi Taparia

February 24 · Issue #81 · View online
Links and posts largely on fintech, commerce, climate and energy with a few random tidbits here and there

Apologies for missing last week’s issue, a stomach bug caught over the long weekend absolutely flattened my family and I. A longer issue than normal to make up for it! This week we look at Levi’s going public, Apple and Goldman gearing up for a consumer credit card, Visa and Mastercard raising processing rates, climate change’s impact on coffee, dolphins getting high and more. Enjoy!

Commerce
Levi Strauss Looks Beyond Jeans With IPO
Amazon pledges 50% net-zero carbon shipments by 2030
Ex-Walmart exec says theft helped kill Walmart's cashierless tech
Raspberry Pi opens first experiential retail store
FinTech
Apple, Goldman Sachs Team Up on Credit Card Paired With iPhone
Purchases With Plastic Get Costlier for Merchants—and Consumers
Mastercard unveils 'sonic brand'
A Record 7 Million Americans Are 90 Days Behind on their Auto Loan Payments
Technology
This startup reverse engineered coffee in case climate change means we can’t get coffee beans
Uber and GM Cruise are making their AV ‘visualization’ tools open source
Random Tidbits
It’s crunch-time for the baguette
Dolphins Seem to Use Toxic Pufferfish to Get High
Sometimes, Parenting Is Boring
Quote I’m thinking about: “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” Thomas Edison
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