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Automobile Deaths on the Rise as Intel Buys Mobileye

“It’s still the same things that are killing drivers — belts, booze, and speed,” —Jonathan Adkins, executive director of the Governors Highway Safety Association This morning Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) agreed to purchase Israel’s Mobileye NV for about $15 billion. This is a major development in the advancement toward self-driving cars. This acquisition represents a seismic shift […]

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Exclusive Interview with Max Girardo: Less is More

Above photo courtesy of RM Sotheby’s. “Dealing with less cars means you can deal with more important cars and do a better job of them.” -Max Girardo Turtle Garage recently sat down with Max Girardo for an exclusive interview. Max is a passionate car expert who has achieved iconic status in the collector car universe. Much […]

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The Economist: Uberworld

This week’s Economist has a thought provoking article on Uber. I distinctly remember my first Uber experience in October of 2012. Ordering a black car on my iPhone evoked the same feeling I had back in early 1997 when I ordered my first book on Amazon, Both of these experiences were similar “ah-ha” moments. Suddenly, something as tedious […]

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GMO’s Jeremy Grantham on the Future of Automobiles

GMO is a leading global investment management firm that is based in Boston. The firm is renowned for its steadfast beliefs and time-tested investment processes. GMO’s Chief Investment Strategist and co-founder Jeremy Grantham is known for his strong views on climate change and his mantra that one must always “cry over spilled milk.” My firm, Hollow Brook Wealth […]

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