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Richard Liu Qiangdong Sets His E-Commerce to Take the Industry’s Top Spot

Richard Liu Qiangdong has been determined to streamline the e-commerce sector since 2004 when he launched JD.com. The principal online retail store serves millions of consumers in in Asia and other countries. Since 2004, the entrepreneur has realized huge triumphs in the e-commerce industry. For instance, Liu and his team launched effectual logistic systems to speed up the delivery of customer orders, and eco-friendly packaging solutions to reduce pollution. Moreover, the renowned entrepreneur has been advocating for the supply of authentic goods. His commerce store gives zero lenience to fakes, one of the reasons why it has won the fidelity of over 300 million consumers.

During the World Economic Forum, Qiangdong divulged that his conglomerate was prepared to acquire and defend the business industry’s uppermost position, as well as expand its presence to new markets. How was Liu Qiangdong planning to acquire the industry’s number one slot? According to Richard Liu Qiangdong, his company had set three primary tactics to meet its expansion goals. First, JD.com was looking to launch e-commerce platforms in the United Kingdom, Asia, and other new markets. Already, Richard Liu Qiangdong confessed that JD.com had launched a platform to serve its customers in Washington and other parts of the United States.

Second, Richard Liu Qiangdong said that Jingdong was looking to maintain the culture of supplying authentic goods from reputable companies. Liu Qiangdong has been using this tactic to outwit its competitors in China and other parts of Asia.Third, Richard Liu Qiangdong disclosed that his e-commerce store had partnered with top brands to supply premium
range of products to its customers around the world. At JD.com, customers can purchase clothes, food, electronics, and any other consumer good. His company offers a broader range of products than Walmart, its biggest competitor. Richard Liu says that the three strategies could help JD.com to leave an unforgettable footprint in the world’s e-commerce industry.

Unroll.me Works to Solve Email Overflow Problem

Subscription emails can be a pain in the virtual keister. From digital advertisements to frequent alerts from various programs a person’s inbox can be bogged down with thousands of unimportant emails. The problem this creates is that important emails are swallowed up, overlooked, or accidentally deleted in a user purge. No one wants to spend an hour sifting through a subscription haystack for that one important needle, which is why the trend for today is letting someone else do it. Enter Unroll.me and its inbox cleaning services.

An inbox cleaning service is email software that separates important messages from digital fodder. The idea is for users to view their emails faster and with less hassle. Instead of cherry picking the wheat from a flood of chaff, a user’s important emails are the only ones displayed in their inbox. Unroll.me accomplishes this task by organizing inboxes by subscription.

Basically, it finds any emails that fit the category of subscription and places them in a portfolio called a “Rollup”. The Rollup catches these emails and holds them for later perusal. All the important emails are left alone and thus become the only emails visible in a user’s inbox. The subscription emails are not deleted so the user can peruse them later if they want to.

Unroll.me allows users to either send these emails into their inbox, or unsubscribe so the company sending them will stop messaging. In some cases Unroll.me will pick up the wrong email. Luckily, as the emails are not deleted the user can retrieve them and send them back. The software is accurate, however, so such problems will be a few.

Unroll.me is free to use and requires simple setup. All users have to do is download the application. Once it has finalized it will start to work. Unroll.me can be programed to scan during certain times of the day. It gives users a thorough accounting of their inbox and immediately ends out their subscription emails to their Rollup.

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Hedge Fund Investor Shervin Pishevar Knew Trump’s Agenda Would Hurt Investors

Donald Trump had the world in the palms of his sketchy hands when he took office in 2016. The U.S. economy was in good shape, and unemployment was low. Inflation was missing in action, and the stock market was on fire. Trump took credit for all those things even though those things happened on Obama’s watch, according to economists.

In 2017, Trump pushed his tax cut through in order to help the rich and big corporations. Corporate earnings went through the roof, and investors were lining their pockets with the economic smoke Trump blew up their rear ends. But in 2018, the results of Trump’s inept decision-making started to surface. Investors felt the pain when the stock market went to hell.

Most of the country saw the folly in Trump’s plan when he implemented a national emergency on the Southern border. Investors knew Trump didn’t really have a handle on economics when he shut the government down.

But Uber investor Shervin Pishevar knew Trump’s agenda would implode. Shervin knew that in 2017. That’s when Shervin Pishevar went on a 24-tweet rant that surprised a lot of his followers. Shervin’s Twitter followers know he has a sixth sense when it comes to investing. Shervin Pishevar was one of the first angel investors to see the potential in Uber. And he saw potential in Airbnb, Postmates, Dollar Shave Club, and Warby Parker. Shervin was a force in the investment world. But he went underground in 2016 to lick some of his personal wounds.

In March 2017, Shervin was back on Twitter, and he let it all hang out. He warned his followers about the potential damage Trump’s policies would create. But few listened when Pishevar said the stock market had too much hype in it. And some laughed when he said Silicon Valley would lose its startup crown. Tweet after Shervin Pishevar tweet warned investors that 2018 and beyond would be challenging years for investors thanks to Trump’s economic incompetence. Now that his tweet predictions are facts, investors want to hear more from Shervin. And Pishevar is ready to give them what they want.

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Shervin Pishevar Takes Swipe on the Current Administration’s Trade Policies

Shervin Pishevar, the founder of Sherpa Capital, and a renowned investor in the financial industry has been oozing with knowledge, power, and conviction through a 21-hour twitter rant. He looked as if he was possessed when he was jumping from one topic to another addressing critical issues in the country. The Uber investor, who had to resign from his position as the director of Sherpa Capital after being accused of sexual harassment including rape paid significant attention to the management of country’s inflation through various strategies that are not delivering the expected results.

Shervin Pishevar notes that the sudden rise in prices of goods and services has for an extended period been attributed to the importation of goods and services from other countries. The products we import have been produced at a higher cost leading to the increased selling price to the consumers, who happen to be Americans. According to the venture capitalist, this notion has been wrong for a more extended period. According to Shervin Pishevar, inflation never manifests itself in the economy in a vivid manner such that one can easily detect what type of increase the country is experiencing.

In this tweet, Shervin Pishevar seems to take a swipe to the United States administration who have been alluding that the inflation in the country has been imported and have gone further to implement policies that hurt trade between nations. For example, the current administration has been abolishing trade deals with particular countries while at the same time entering into other trade deals with different countries or the same countries but the trade terms have been renegotiated. This is a wrong method of solving something that manifests itself in a way that common individual cannot understand.

Shervin Pishevar notes that he does not have faith in the current trade policies. He does not think that they will have any impact on the inflation tendencies experienced not only in America but as well in other countries. The investment leader notes that the current administration should not be accusing the trade policies of causing inflation tendencies in the United States because America has been exporting inflation to other countries for an extended period.
https://mashable.com/category/shervin-pishevar/