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Adam Sachs of Vicarious Surgical: “If you don’t need to invent how an employee stock purchasing plan works — don’t”

Understand your company’s value proposition and what makes it unique and novel. Creating a new tool or technology is already an incredible amount of labor, so you don’t need to make the rest of your business unique as well. For example, if you don’t need to invent a new screw — don’t. If you don’t need to invent how an employee stock purchasing plan works — don’t. My advice would be to take the standard version, implement it, and go back to focusing on what is most important — your core technology. As an engineer who both started a company and built a product simultaneously, this was a lesson I learned slowly.
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Arlington County, VAWTOP

Urban garden in Arlington helping to combat hunger

Sitting alongside the tennis courts at Arlington’s Virginia Highlands Park, 24 metal rings form raised plant beds with ripe tomatoes on the vine and peppers ready for picking. Highlands Urban Garden, or HUG for short, isn’t your typical garden though, with its temporary construction and large water jugs — this...
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Emporia, KSEmporia gazette.com

Lunar Ride offers more-relaxed way to enjoy Flint Hills

The red-tinted moon of Saturday night illuminated the sky as cyclists from the Lunar Ride made their 50-mile journey across the Flint Hills. The trail led riders from Emporia to Lake Kahola and back to Emporia so they could experience the block party. Unbound Gravel’s race director, Ben Sachs, watched...
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Belmont, MAWicked Local

The Seeds of Social Justice and Civil Rights in Belmont: Belmont’s Fair Practices Committee 1960 to the 1970’s

This is part 2 of a 4 part series exploring the Belmont Fair Practices Committee, the first civil rights group in Belmont. The Belmont Fair Practices Committee, like other community organizations in the Boston area, conducted mock home renter and buyer interventions: A white couple and a Black couple would visit the same home and report about the treatment they received. There were some penalties for obvious discrimination, though no one I spoke to could recall the nature of those penalties.
Buying Carscarfinest.com

2022 Subaru BRZ preview: No turbo, but more power for $28,955

One of the most enduring automotive arguments since the Subaru BRZ’s debut for the 2012 model year has involved whether it needs more power. The coupe’s good qualities have never been in question; it has always been fun to drive with great balance and dialed-in steering. But the “what if it had a turbocharger?” question has persisted.
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Bankrate

How homebuyers can navigate a housing market where cash rules

New research from real estate company Opendoor confirms what frustrated homebuyers already know: In the post-pandemic real estate market, cash is king. Fully 72 percent of sellers prefer cash offers, according to research released this week by Opendoor. The iBuyer also found that three-quarters of sellers reported that an offer contingent on a mortgage would need to be 10 percent higher than a cash offer to merit equal consideration.
Carscycleworld.com

2021 Aprilia Tuono V4/Factory

Legendary V-4 power with refined throttle response and shifting. Claimed peak power is less than competitors, but do you really need more?. Think Italian superbike technical know-how in a stripped-down naked package built for street riding and serious racetrack potential. Welcome the Aprilia Tuono V4. Overview. The Aprilia Tuono V4...
Economycreatorsauce.com

The All-in Podcast For Entrepreneurs

When I recently chatted to a venture capitalist that sits on the board of the largest Australian VC firm Artesian and asked how they invest in startups, he remarked that they look for the “money pump.” It’s true; some venture capitalists look for people to invest in. However, most VC funds and investors are more interested in funding the next billion-dollar startup. It’s a numbers game to them.
CarsRideApart

You Could Bring This Rare 1956 KTM Mirabell Scooter Home Right Now

When you see the name KTM in 2021, chances are excellent that you think of the 1290 Super Duke R or the 890 Adventure. Maybe you like to spend all your time in the dirt, and the 450 SX-F is more your speed. Whatever the case, one thing you probably don’t immediately associate with KTM is scooters—and yet, in the 1950s, that’s exactly what KTM made.
Stocksillinoisnewstoday.com

What you need to know before next week’s release

When Cleveland Cliff (CLF) reports the results for the quarter ended June 2021, Wall Street expects revenue to increase year-over-year due to increased revenue. This well-known consensus outlook is an important but powerful factor in measuring a company’s bottom line. What can affect short-term stock prices is how to compare actual results with these estimates.
Marshall County, TNWKRN

Marshall County truck stop damaged in fire

MARSHALL COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — A truck stop in Cornersville was heavily damaged in a fire early Monday morning. The fire happened at the Tennessean Travel Stop on Pulaski Highway. Owner Gregory Sachs told News 2 said he was called around 5:30 a.m. and he rushed to the store immediately....
Economyglobalarbitrationreview.com

Sachs stays on ICSID panel after removal from parallel case

ICSID has rejected a port investor’s bid to disqualify Klaus Sachs from hearing a claim against Georgia, after the German arbitrator was removed from an overlapping ICC case. Subscribe and start reading now. Global Arbitration Review (GAR) is the online home for international arbitration specialists, telling them everything they need...
Berks County, PAReading Eagle

Newsmakers for July 18

Board for the Foundation for Reading Area Community College. Four new members were recently added to the Foundation Board. They were elected unanimously to serve three-year terms on the foundation board, effective July 1 through June 30, 2024. Virginia Rush has been the vice president at The Wyomissing Foundation since...
Tennessee Stateradio7media.com

The Tennessean Restaurant Likely a Total Loss After Fire

THE ICONIC TENNESSEAN TRUCK STOP AND RESTAURANT OFF INTERSTATE 65 NEAR CORNERSVILLE TN CAUGHT ON FIRE EARLY ON MONDAY MORNING. EMERGENCY CREWS WERE QUICKLY ON SCENE TO FIGHT THE FIRE CAUSING TRAFFIC DIVERSIONS AND DELAYS WHILE TRAFFIC WAS DIVERTED FROM HIGHWAY 31 A TO INTERSTATE 65. ACCORDING TO MEDIA SOURCES AND OWNER GREGORY SACHS, HE GOT THE CALL AROUND 5:30 AM THIS (MONDAY) MORNING AND UPON ARRIVAL WAS ABLE TO SAFELY SHUT OFF ALL GASOLINE AND DIESEL PUMPS. THE FIRE SEEMS TO HAVE ORIGINATED IN THE KITCHEN WHEN THE BROILER WAS TURNED ON DURING MORNING PREP. SACHS SAID RESTAURANT PORTION OF THE BUILDING IS DESTROYED AND THE CEILING HAS CAVED IN. THE TENNESSEAN RESTAURANT IS LIKELY A TOTAL LOSS. NO INJURIES WERE REPORTED AND THE CAUSE OF THE FIRE IS STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION. WKSR IS FOLLOWING THE STORY.
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