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New Logo, Product Name, & Website… oh my!

Perfect Timing With the product launch fast approaching, the team at Steer has been secretly hashing out some big decisions surrounding not only our product -- but our brand; and with a new look to our UI (revealed by the end of the week), that takes into account an unforgettable experience, we thought about what else we could do to make this first introduction to the world special. A New Name from the Same Heart The company name Steer means a lot of things to us. It embodies aggression, leadership, capital, and being unafraid to take things to the next

BWX Technologies, Inc: A castle so secure it has submarines in the moat

Do Your Research, Elon https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1153378777893888005?s=20 Make no mistake about it, I do like Elon Musk. He's innovative, impatient, is unafraid of asking 'why not?', and frankly, the world needs more forward thinking billionaires. However, he's human and has a lot of money; and there are times where his statements, though well-intentioned, are obsessed with being 'thought provoking' regardless of whether such thoughts have already been provoked (or flirting the line of legality, resulting in a stock price jumping 6 points). Just this past summer, he tagged NASA in a World and Science tweet / article regarding nuclear rockets; suggesting that

Ryman Healthcare: 2019 Shareholder Letter

Ryman Healthcare - A Friendlier, Happier Merchant of Death Read the Report How should a company's performance be measured? It's a question that's more complicated than it sounds. Many executives of public companies look first to their share price. If their company's share price went up 50% in a year then they must be doing an excellent job right? The short answer is no. It's possible that the stock price went up while the business fundamentals of the company deteriorated during the year. That the executive made the wrong decisions. That they blundered badly. Just not as badly as investors

Helm’s UX/UI Facelift!

Almost Ready to Launch! 🚀 With the launch of our product approaching, we've been working very hard in ensuring that the capabilities of our first product, Helm, can truly help leaders handle all the strategic, firefighting, and leadership roles that they have to take on every single day. However, we realized that what makes Helm different is its consumer-level usability, which helps leaders understand what they're doing quickly and how to best make the right executive decisions as quickly as humanly possible. Because of this, we revisited our UX [user experience] & UI [user interface], and discovered an opportunity to

Games Workshop: 2019 Shareholder Letter

Download Annual Report The Brick & Mortar that Could When my business partner first put this shareholder letter / annual report on my desk, I thought he was crazy. Having a quick look at the report, I could see that this company focused primarily on brick and mortar retail shops as their growth strategy, and had absolutely zero ambitions for acquiring companies, selling any of their own, or doing anything outside of keeping it alive for "forever". It's no secret that there's been a growing graveyard of bankrupt storefront retailers. If you look at the figures, consumers spent ~$517 billion