Articles by Vin Narayanan
Nothing Is Immune to Disruption – Including Breakfast
November 16, 2019
No industry is safe from disruption. Even milk and orange juice are in trouble.
News Fix: Who Watches the Watchers?
November 2, 2019
In the news this week: Colleges become legal battlegrounds for cannabis, China praises blockchain and the Fix ponders who watches the watchers.
How Founders Get Funding and How Investors Ensure They Deserve It
October 5, 2019
When seeking funding, a startup founder needs to sell their vision to investors. And investors need to challenge that vision. Here are some specific points both parties need to talk about in order to succeed.
How to Modernize the SEC
October 2, 2019
The slow-moving SEC is in desperate need of an overhaul. And investors need to push for it.
T. Boone Pickens’ Real Legacy Has Nothing to Do With Oil
September 14, 2019
This week, the News Fix is dedicated to legendary disruptor T. Boone Pickens. His true legacy went far beyond oil.
What the Past 28 Years Have Taught Us About Disruption
August 21, 2019
In the middle of a lucrative basketball career in 1991, Shelly Pennefather left society to become a cloistered nun. A lot has changed since then. And if we could explain the past 28 years to her, we’d tell her it was a time of disruption.
How This Fintech Company Is Making It Easy to Buy and Sell Gold
August 7, 2019
Bitcoin and gold have a lot in common. For one, neither is a viable payment option in today’s economy. But fintech company Glint is trying to change that.