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Virgin Hyperloop One, the futuristic transport startup backed by British tycoon Richard Branson, has announced plans for a superfast rail network linking India's financial capital Mumbai to the city of Pune. The proposed hyperloop --...Show More Summary
Soon you may be able to make the 93-mile journey from Mumbai to Pune in 25 minutes flat. Virgin founder Richard Branson, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, just announced that Virgin’s...Show More Summary
Travelers spend around three hours journeying from Mumbai to Pune by train today in India. A hyperloop could revolutionize the trip, slashing it down to a mere 25 minutes. And that's exactly what Richard Branson-backed Virgin Hyperloop One aims to do. Show More Summary
Although we're yet to see a Hyperloop system hit its promised subsonic speeds, it is full steam ahead when it comes to route-planning and feasibility studies. Together with the local government, Richard Branson's Virgin Hyperloop One...Show More Summary
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British billionaire Richard Branson has announced plans to build a high-speed shuttle in India that could potentially revolutionize travel in the country.
I recently listened to a very interesting podcast episode from The Tim Ferriss Show called “Overcoming, Managing, and Using Fear”. You can check it out here. In this episode, there were famous guests like Richard Branson, Vince Vaughn, Maria Sharapova, and Caroline Paul who talk about how they deal with fear while also including other valuable […]
There were two things about my first Virgin Atlantic Premium Economy expereince that really stood out, the seats and the people. Richard Branson’s flagship airline was the first in the world to offer a premium economy cabin. In hindsight, the concept seems obvious. Show More Summary
If you’ve ever wished there were a CEO version of Pokemon cards so you could catch them all, you’re going to want to subscribe to the Freakonomics podcast. Stephen J. Dubner’s popular show just launched a brand-new series that will take...Show More Summary
What do you do when you finally get a break after eight years of running a country? You've got plenty of things to chose from—everything from kite surf with Richard Branson, to joining in on the HQ Trivia craze and actually win some cash. Show More Summary
Inc. magazine has some advice from that noted failure, Richard Branson. [Photo by rawpixel.com at Unsplash]
"Freakonomics Radio" is launching a six-part series called "The Secret Life of CEOs," featuring interviews with nine prominent executives. Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, and others discuss what their jobs actually involve, whether...Show More Summary
INTERNATIONAL - Sir Richard Branson has come up with a novel way of solving London's runway expansion dilemma - with a system of super fast 'hyperloops' linking passengers between the capital's airports. Underground tubes carrying passenger...Show More Summary
Richard Branson: "It’s not every day I get to mess around with a UFC champion."
Richard Branson: “It’s not every day I get to mess around with a UFC champion.”
Conor McGregor just had his most epic face-off to date -- a shirtless staredown with Sir Richard Branson!! For real. It all went down at the Pendulum Summit for business leaders in Dublin, Ireland... where Conor was presented with a lifetime…
The former White House communications director said the president is better at reading people.
Virgin Care’s success highlights fears over role of private companies in NHS and casts doubt on recent assurances by Jeremy Hunt Richard Branson’s Virgin Care won a record £1bn of NHS contracts last year, as £3.1bn of health services were privatised despite a government pledge to reduce the proportion of care provided by private companies. Show More Summary