17 Burst results for "Jessica Harris"

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I was a little bit. The good news is investors want to make money and you know any challenges challenges and reputation stop. When you have a good idea. They wanna make money. They don't care about the past as much. I found that to this time around <hes> you brought in a c._e._o. Oh you knew you didn't want to be the c._e._o. Is that just a matter of growing up. I mean you were thirty. You're in your late twenties early thirties when you were launching match dot com uh-huh and trying to run it. Is there anything else that that is attributable to this change wherever jessica someone hits you on the head enough time to remember. We're like oh. I don't wanna be hit on the head so i remembered i'm not that good of a manager of people what i find someone who is a good manager of people. Now your other companies socio. Oh she agronomics which you launched in two thousand ten is a financial service company that facilitates lending to the under banked and you're using social media tools to help determine credit worthiness. What's an example of a social media tool that you might use to influence responsible clear example sample today when someone applies for a loan if they can't find him and the credit bureau. They're usually just denied you know laterally but there's a lot of people who aren't in the credit audit bureau or don't have a <hes> an extensive credit file. We believe that using social media finding their profiles out there and other traces of them and other ways of verifying their real people with real jobs. That's good enough reasons to lend to them. Your idea for socio grandma's came from personal place. <hes> what is that story briefly really so. I had a great relationship with a bank in marin california and i knew the officers there. They knew my story. They knew my situation and they could tailor products and services to me. The bank are taken over by large bank union bank and it was like night and day difference instead of talking to the c._e._o. When i had a need or my representative it was a call center and the relationship soured quickly and it got me thinking why the personal touch is not only important from the consumer's. It's important from the bank side so i got thinking thinking. Is there a way we could use software to bring back community. Lending one of our ideas is start bringing back essays and having people write about what they're gonna do with the money and what's there have been history of repayment as and i think there's a lot of efficacy to that. Thank you very much for joining us. I'm honored to be here jesse. My guest has been gary crimen. I'm jessica harris. This is from scratch.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is andrew churn cofounder of panda express an american chinese food chain located across fifty states panda express has roughly two thousand restaurants in airports malls universities military bases amusement parks among other locations andrew started panda express with his wife peggy in nineteen eighty three its first restaurant was located in a mall in glendale california andrew and peggy are originally from mainland china welcome both cuban much i'd like to start with your childhood because i think it demonstrates just how far you've come from a child in mainland china to now the owner of one of the largest restaurant chains in the united states with more than three billion dollars in sales there was a civil war in china when you're parents funneling decided to leave this was after about a decade of the japanese occupation is that correct there was a civil war between the communists and the nationalists around nineteen forty nine a year after i was born the communist took over mainland china and my father left to go to taiwan however my mother and i lived in the countryside and your mom decided to take you out of the country but she left separately because she was afraid that you're crying might expose her so my mother could snuggle a night and they could be quiet they could be controlled by as a child i had to be a snuck doubt smuggled that was a that was pretty traumatic for my for my mother how old were you was almost.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is john zimmer founder of lift lift the transportation network company with a peer to peer mobile app that enables passengers to request rides with their smartphones prior to starting lift john cofounded sim rise in two thousand seven a car pooling rideshare company available predominantly in college communities zim ride with soul to enterprise rent a car in two thousand thirteen lift is available across the united states and through partnerships with ride sharing companies throughout asia john is originally from greenwich connecticut and his mom wears necklace with the lift logo i read that somewhere is that really true sometimes i tell her embarrasses me is the she wears pink mustache which has changed i i heard she's still here she has a pair of earrings to this is true i don't know where i don't know you've sources yeah thank you so in order to understand the live if story we have to go back really to what lift grew out of which was zim rise zim ride a car pooling company predominantly on college campuses for long distance driving can you tell me a little bit more about that sure so zim ride was for long distance carpooling think of like an old college bulletin board where people used to post i'm going from ithaca to new york and we brought that online you have a partner logan green and you both came to the side from two different sources really can you describe where logan came to the idea from sure so logan grew up in la so the center of traffic he hit being stuck in traffic and he got really into technology and transportation he went to uc santa barbara and he wanted to make an experiment out of himself which was not bringing carter school and seeing how he could get around and so he rode the bus he used things like craigslist to find carpool rideshare partners then.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is i of the deer founder of little bits a hardware company that produces electron eq modules that snap together with magnets these electric modules are acceptable to both children and adults and the company's goal is to encourage creativity and invention by making electron ix easier to use little bits was launched in two thousand eleven and the kits are sold in more than seventy countries i graduated with a degree in computer engineering from american university in beirut and has a masters from the mit media lab i is also an interactive artist welcome thank you thank you for having me you grew up in lebanon you're always encouraged down the engineering route how come so i actually wanted to be a designer i was in school but i was very good at math and science and so my family my parents and my teachers told me that i it to myself to be an engineer and i went into engineer airing because it was sort of the thing to do but very quickly i realized that engineering was very dry and very much not creative and i felt like there was a big piece of my brain like my create the creative portion that was really not engaged and so those were the seeds of some of the work that i ended up doing with little bits and also you are an interactive artists meaning that you are using technology in your art and your focus is on perceptions of arabian identity one of your works is our abi ah tell me about that that was a project that came from a personal place i had moved to the us for a couple of years and pre more frequently than i thought i would get comments from people that say oh you're aero how come you're not wearing available your your are you able to belly dance and i would get these like very polarized cliches let me all the time and i'd never thought of these things when i was growing up and so.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is michael dubin cofounder of dollar shave club a membership club for men's grooming products for less than ten dollars a month customers receive products ranging from razors to hair jail michael launched dollar shave club in july two thousand eleven and the company grew to sixty five million dollars in revenue in roughly two years michael graduated from emory in two thousand one and worked in marketing prior to starting dollarshaveclub he also did improv comedy at a bright citizens brigade in new york city welcome thank you for having me i love that little fact what was your goal in signing up for those classes did you think oh i want a career in comedy one day or it was just sort of for brain flexibility i always loved the comedy industry and you know i wanted to study it i grew up watching saturday night live and i wanted to know how those guys did it and i always had a reasonably good sense of humor so i thought this sounds like something i'd be interested in in training spent a lot of money on those classes but they paid off because it helped me immeasurably with with dollar shave club so i'm grateful for it so you grew up in philadelphia your mom was a teacher and then she became a she worked in real estate as a real estate broker and your father is an attorney what kind of law does he practice hawks law i applied to law school be went during the confused years of my early to mid twenties those working at nbc and nbc news at the time and and then i had a marketing job that didn't pay a whole lot and i you know i had a father who was like yeah you really should be thinking about law school so i took the l sat and applied and thankfully didn't get in.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"Breast implant materials and other things as well i'm jessica harris you're listening to from scratch my guest is the chemical engineer dr robert langer who's the chief researcher and founder of the langar labs at mit he's considered a pioneer in the fields of tissue engineering and drug delivery in the nineteen eighties you founded the languor lab at mit what was the purpose for this lab my goals were do things that i thought might someday help improve people's lives by doing things at the interface of chemical engineering and medicine how was it received when you went to the administration at mit and said you know i'd like to form this lab just to facilitate this research that i'm doing well certainly my early years doing the research you know number of my senior colleagues and think it was very important or didn't think it was very good and they suggested that i probably should start looking for new jobs why was it because your field was so nascent there were a lot of i was that i think that that people people's idea of what's important probably has a lot to do with what they're doing themselves and you know an and they had different areas in this department but disdain fit into any of those and i think the thinking was a didn't fit into something that that pre existed i probably wouldn't get promoted i probably wouldn't get tenure since your research wasn't well received at mit.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is dr robert langer founder of the langar labs at mit one of the world's largest biomedical engineering labs with ten million dollars in annual grants and a hundred researchers he's pioneered the fields of tissue engineering and drug delivery which has led to the development of over thirty companies he is a father of three children and magician welcome thank you very much your influence on the bio materials field is vast and i'd like to start with the early days of your professional life because in a way it helped to inform what you are doing today after graduating from cornell you were a graduate student at mit and this was during the nineteen seventies during the energy crisis how did the energy crisis indirectly lead you to the field of scientific discovery sure the sketch shortage you know all over the entry the gas orders in boston was really bad so they're all kinds of jobs in the petrochemical industry for chemical engineers they are hiring like crazy pretty much my colleagues my friends that's what they did they got jobs in the industry and so i thought that's what i should do too so i went to a lot of interviews and i actually got about twenty job offers from different oil companies actually four from exxon alone but i member one of them in particular one of the engineers said to me if you could just increase the yield of this one chemical by like point one percent he said that'd be wonderful be worth billions of dollars and i remember flying home to boston that night thinking to myself i just don't want to do that just seemed to me you know that i could do things that i could do with my life that i thought maybe could help people and would be more important at least to me so so i started looking for other other ideas about what i could do now you send.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"It wasn't rocket science to build up but actu actually apple is very good for those early apps they really wanted to make sure they said they showcase the device as being great device into for the apple to apply to be perceived as a great device they one of those initial apps to be great so they did a lot of hand holding around design of those aspects periences music database is basically a collection of songs the names of songs and the artists can you talk to to me more about that so basically so our goal is to make it so you can identify anything but one of the problems is that back when we started zam it wasn't a common thing to have digital music databases and that's what we need in order to create the fingerprints that we use mathematical descriptions of this sound so we actually ended up having to create a database of fingerprints of music from scratch and what that meant is that we've literally had to build software where you could put cd's into a computer and then it would chr fingerprint those cds and crates fingerprints of the music and then you'd have to type people would actually have to type the name of every single song and the artist so we actually had i think around fifteen or twenty teenagers working around the clock in multiple shifts putting cd's into computers typing the names of songs so that we could create this huge fingerprint database in order to launch and so was was a large part of your capital outlay just buying cds like going to the music store and just buying as much as you could in the classical area and the pop area and the country area and we definitely invested a lot of money and creating the database yeah we've found ways to do it where we didn't weren't stuck with a bunch of cd's but finding a way to get to although cds was definitely a critical path friis i'm jessica harris you're listening to from scratch my guest is chris barton cofounder of ship zam an app that identifies the song you're listening to simply by holding up your phone to the sound every wing one of your co founders was very instrumental in.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"Jessica harris this from scratch i guess chris barton founder of shas on an app that identifies music or tv around you simply by holding up your phone to the sound if you're in a store and you love the sound you're hearing but you don't know who sings it she will tell you the name of the artist and the song by making a digital footprint of the audio and matching it with the millions of songs inches database shows am started out as a tech space service before it became an app one of the first available in the apple app store in two thousand eight now over one hundred million people per month use the service chris started zam in two thousand with three other co founders he's originally from san diego california welcome thank you thank you just how did you come to the idea for him so i actually think that the the fundamental idea of identifying a song was one that was very obvious to many people in fact they're actually most we'll start ups that were trying to conquer this problem and solve it in different ways all the startups that that were as tempting this in those days were doing it the way that was the easier way to do it which is basically to monitor radio stations and they would tell you the song so the real breakthrough inches and was not the idea of denny music real breakthrough was to come up with the idea of wow what if we can identify music just using the ambient sound in the room and then you'd be able to do it not just radio stations but also in bars clubs theaters tv stores laundromats and so on now this was pretty clear voyeur not only because of just the technology innovation but this was also before i phones and android and all those mobile devices were talking two thousand did you at the time envision the mobile industry innovating as fast as it had a i mean so basically i had at that time in nineteen eighty nine when i came up with this idea was actually doing my mba and the time at.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is luis von ahn an inventor and computer science professor at carnegie mellon lewis is one of the creators of capture a device that allows websites to determine whether you're a human or computer trying to abuse your system captures are wavy distorted words on screens that people need to type out when you're submitting a form to a website to confirm that you're not about his company recapture proved users were humans while digitizing books the company was sold to google in two thousand nine in two thousand eleven lewis founded duo lingo the most popular language learning program on the web attracting over one hundred fifty million users in its first four years users worldwide learn a language for free while also translating the web into every major language investors include google any a kleiner perkins ashton kutcher and tim ferriss lewis graduated from duke in two thousand and got a phd from carnegie mellon in two thousand five he won a macarthur genius grant in two thousand six and is from guatemala welcome and all this by the way since nineteen seventy eight the year you were born so i wanna talk about capture i and about your your research because your research at duke and carnegie mellon has informed your career and your companies can you tell us what it means again captures is those distorted squiggly characters they have to tiepolo with internet whenever you're buying tickets at master whenever you're getting a new account for example email account from from g mail or whenever you're opening on account on facebook usually have to these distorted characters and and capture stands for completely automated public turing test to tell computers and humans apart basically what it is it's a test to determine whether you're actually human so for example in the case of ticketmaster those captured are there the started characters are there to make sure that somebody didn't write a program to buy kind of all tickets for concert i am kind of two at a time you develop the term capture with a professor of yours manual bloom who was a professor at carnegie mellon.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on Channel 955

"Fan no no in the morning we're going to get to jessica harris second who is out in front of her boyfriend's house and there is a female in his house right now and she wants to know exactly what the heck it's all about chris let me grab some comments here i chris what a what do you think jessica she do i think john mccall and just a hey honey i'm just calling to see how your morning going that way he can like our until her that oh everything's pretty good everything was throwing my mom's doing great and he's not going to answer if he has a girl there he's not going to answer the phone fall into the ring the doorbell and tell him oh i see why you couldn't answer my call no that's great advice column i give them a chance to lie again lisa actually caught her axe lisa yes while i was married for about two and a half years i had a son and i actually i was tired of being in the house you know house mom so i decided to work for my husband's family's restaurants and my head my girlfriend babysitting i had a child from a previous marriage as well and i had her watching both of my kids at home and it just seemed kinda weird how close you know my husband was getting with her with her being you know my best friend so you know one point on and i had mentioned stuff you don't people around us and everybody's told me that i was crazy and there was no possible way and you know i ended up one night i just got fed up he told me he had something to do he was gonna leave you'd be gone for about an hour and so i had his sister actually watch my kids and my house and she knows exactly what i was doing and i followed him i watched him pick her up and i follow them to the hotel and i wanted to go to the door but i was just you know i i didn't know how i would handle it if i actually ended up in the hotel room i wish you would have gone to the door.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest as dr robert langer founder of the langer labs at mit one of the world's largest by medical engineering labs with ten million dollars in annual grants and a hundred researchers dr langer has helped to launch close to thirty companies and he holds over eight hundred issued or pending patents two hundred fifty companies have license or sublicence his labs discoveries were talking about the profitability of some of these discoveries and you turn to the private sector for the funding of some of these companies polaris is a venture capital company and boston that has invested over two hundred million dollars in your company's roughly twenty companies how did that relationship start doors company we do starting with a woman named sherry oeberg and she was uh wanted to have a company that would create two new imaging agents in we'd published a paper actually and science that landed itself to doing that she was a darmouth graduate on the business school she knew a guy named terry maguire and she introduced me to him in was probably early 90s and and she also asked if he was interested in investing in the company which he did so we've had a great relationship by men link you said they've probably done costa twenty companies that we've been involved him what what are imaging agents he said that i'll give out yeah so in this case let's say you were doing ultrasound uh and for certain things you can use ultrasound and you know get a pretty good picture but for example if he wanted to see whether you at a heart defactor certain other kinds of vascular abnormality and you tried to use ultrasound contrast isn't good enough so if you could create an ultrasound contrast agent that was good enough then you could see things.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"The i'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest his robert hammond cofounder of friends of the highline an organization that pioneered the transformation of an elevated train line into a public space about a mile and a half long in the west side of new york city rubber cofounded friends of the highline with joshua david whom he met at a community board meeting to protest the high lines demolition in 1999 the park open to the public in two thousand nine robert in joshua the authors of the book the high line the inside story of new york city's park in the sky welcome break sleep what does the highline look like well i mean it was originally an old elevated railway lines so you don't lie for saudi sort of this rusting structure but now we've cleaned it up a little bit and there's a park on top so you're about three stories in the air walking through the city in a sometimes through buildings that gives you just all these different perspectives on the city now the high in lyon was first created in the 1930s as as a safety mechanism because you had trains at street level who were killing people basically running them over and then they were abandoned by 1980's why were they abandoned because with the rise of industry trucking booed the line was use less and less and its hay day was really you know right after it was built 30s 40s but by the '60s it was use less and less and less train was a trainload of frozen turkey's that ran at thanksgiving around the light rail for thanksgiving 1980's it wasn't that long ago there was still on active train live but you know and the trains ran what you knew what you're saying people were killed at ten thousand who is nicknamed death avenue because so many people were run over by the trains and the railroad hired a guy on horseback to run in front of the trains and he became nicknamed the west side cowboy what other deliveries were made aside from frozen turkey's to these buildings one highline it was actually a lot of.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"The i'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is emily weiss founder of the online beauty products company glossy a emily launched glossy a's first line of skin products in two thousand fourteen in two thousand ten she founded into the gloss and online community dedicated to beauty visitors get tips on skin hair makeup and learn the beauty routines of leading members of the cosmetic and fashion industry's prior to starting glossy a and into the gloss emily was a fashion assistant at vogue and w magazines welcome thank you you know everything about me is that all that are it is that's it we can stop we'll thanks for joining us who you so much how would you describe what into the glosses the reason for being for into the glosses really that as a in the time it was a twenty five year old style minded you know very enthusiastic consumer of beauty and fashion and i'd always loved beauty products but i really didn't know where to look except going to a store to talk to someone who had never met before to give me advice and not that seemed kind of silly so what i wanted to do was interview all my heroes you said this interview will be an hour and i was like oh no problem i do this all the time i sit on floors of women's bathrooms from arianna huffington to alexa chung too you know selena gomez and isabelle murad and ask them about their approach to beauty and that's not a simple question the idea was really to bring beauty to the internet in a in a meaningful way where does the conversation go beyond what is my beauty regimen oh all all over think about it your your your relationship to be begins at a very young age from watching your mother what she does from not being allowed to use certain things and then you know having a go out on your own learning how to shave your legs cutting herself open to you know crazy eyebrow trauma suffered in teen years tadpole browse so it's not just the kind of us weekly what's in your bag it's not just what you're currently doing it's everything that's.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"The the i'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest his trust in walker founder of walk room company brands which makes beauty in health products for people of color prior to starting walker and company tristan was the first african american entrepreneur and residence at the venture capital firm increase in hurwitz he was formerly the director of business development at the location based in check an app foursquare and also had an internship stint at twitter he was a trader on wall street at lehman brothers and jp morgan for a couple of years before the crash in two thousand eight he is also the founder of code twenty forty a program that connects black and latino coders with silicon valley startups for summer internships tristan is a graduate of hotchkiss high school stony brook university and stanford business school he is originally from queens new york welcome so before we get started on your past i just wanna know what are the unique needs of people of color and when we see people of color by the way are we talking about blacks latinos asians or black latino asian consumers the majority of the world you know funny enough were tackling what we believe to be is very significant opportunity when we think about people of color there are a multitude of problems that have gone unsolved you think about things like shaving irritation write a problem that up to eighty percent of black men and women have in thirty percent of ruin else we think about things related to hyper pigmentation even things as profound as the prevalence of miscarriage in the community near they're just really profound issues in the health and beauty space for folks of color that have gone unsolved and we want to solve those problems why does a regular razor blade caused bumpster irritation on the scam so a lot of uh you know folks have color like myself i have curly hair and i can't use a lot of the multi blade razors.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

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01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"And and some of the most wonderful incredible people we had whole families who work with us and that event happened and we gathered every once again like look immigration says that they're going to come to an audit what we need everyone to do is bring back in their cards we wanna validate all the paperwork and make sure because god forbid they come in and the paper works not right know we don't want anyone to get in trouble and literally the next day several hundred people didn't show backup work and jessica hance you're listening to from scratch my guest is jason ackerman cofounder fresh direct will hear more from chastened coming up the i'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guess is jason ackerman cofounder of the online grocer fresh direct fresh direct launched in two thousand two from its headquarters in a former paper plant in long island city queens prior to starting fresh direct jason was an investment banker at donaldson lufkin jenrette focused on supermarket retailers there was some public acrimony with your cofounder of joe he had a rather public feud with his former partner fair way i'll leave it at that but the you know you were in a market with sharp elbows i mean it wasn't just fairway who was kind of threatened by your presence but even gresty dis and supermarkets are very low margin business i think especially in new york city it is fierce how how did that play out m can you give some examples of that are i'd be very cautious to give you the real stores because it is a down and dirty business i think a lot of.

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"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jessica harris" Discussed on From Scratch

"A lot of bad news means is bad stuff happens in guatemala all the time so they're very eager to get good news so when you when they see somebody i mean for example we have one one single olympic medal uh of all time and the guy who want it is a super celebrity because it's like this is the guy who won the olympic medal on so anything that is that a guatemalan that is successful uh thus united is people are very eager for that an olympic medal and now a macarthur genius a word the thanks very much for joining us thank you thank you for having made guest has been luiz von ahn coming up will meet guiquan brown founder of beyond me i'm jessica harris this is from scratch this i'm jessica harris this says from scratch my guest is ethan brown founder of beyond meet a company that makes need using plant protein instead of animalbased protein the goal is to make a healthier product that looks and tastes smells like chicken herpes using you're natural resources and reducing the amount of pollutants the single largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions is livestock roughly 1800s hundred gallons of water is used to make one pound a stake ethan and launched beyond neat in two thousand nine and the company's products are found in stores across the united states including whole foods and walmart even as originally from washington dc welcome british shores of me to real pleasure to be here i want to start by talking about meets issues can you i'm give me some more detail around that if you look at human health and you look at heart disease diabetes and cancer.

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