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And we’re going out in style. The Hustle Fri, Dec 22 Brought to you by Flyby… hangover. A year in review: our top news stories of 2017 It’s been a wild 2017, friends. Since this time last year, The Hustle’s...
It’s been a wild 2017, friends. Since this time last year, The Hustle’s christened 2 new offices, hired 10 people, sent 260 emails, and welcomed over 500k of you aboard our pirate ship.
Now we’re settling down for a long winter’s nap, and we won’t be coming out of hibernation until January 2nd, 2018. So, we thought we’d wet your news whistle with our Greatest Hits of 2017 (in no particular order).
But don’t worry… we still got your shower thoughts.
Thanks for keeping us jolly. See you in the New Year.
After blogger Andrew Left accused Shopify of peddling its services through get-rich-quick influencers, the e-commerce platform tanked hard. How does Left’s site, Citron Research, wield so much influence over the market?
The world’s biggest tech companies are fighting over a small class of graduates: AI research. All-stars in the AI field are negotiating contracts like NBA players and have racked up “double-digit millions over a four- or five-year period.”
The former Google/Uber exec notoriously known for self-driving cars says he is dead serious about starting a groundbreaking religion in the Bay Area -- the deity of which will be highly advanced artificial intelligence.
Applications to M.B.A programs in the US have fallen for a third straight year, prompting some of the nation’s leading business schools to rethink their programs… simply put, M.B.A.s just aren’t as important as they once were, and students know it.