"I've done a shocking 180 on this. I'm a convert to a distributed workforce."
Working remotely has turned out to be a boon for many startups. Employees are happy to skip the commute; employers like being able to draw from a larger candidate pool. But investors, as senior finance reporter Ben Bergman writes, are not often on board.
Virtual concert creator Wave adds a Netflix executive to its C-suite.
SpaceX is aiming for another reusable rocket record with its launch tomorrow.
Current Quibi CEO Meg Whitman is identified only as the former Hewlett-Packard CEO by the Democratic National Convention, where she'll be speaking.
NYT on how Hollywood has changed in the Netflix era.
Actor Ryan Reynolds sells his Aviation Gin brand for a whopping $610 million.
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