Early yesterday evening, a story broke on Bloomberg alleging Uber investor and Hyperloop One co-founder Shervin Pishevar had used his position of power to make unwanted sexual advances to at least five women. Pishevar, through his lawyer, now says these allegations are part of a “smear campaign” against him.
The allegations are egregious. One woman who spoke to Bloomberg alleged… Read More
Hyperloop One’s high-speed transportation solution could reach India in the near future. That’s the plan, at least.
Hyperloop One executives, including CEO Rob Lloyd and chief chairman Shervin Pishevar spent three hours in a room packed of Indian government officials and journalists on Tuesday. That’s how keen they are to bring Elon Musk’s idea to the country.
Although at the first sight, they don’t look as the perfect match (India is known for its archaic regulations, over-crowded roads and poorly-designed urban areas), the two have begun talking.
At the event, India’s railway minister, Suresh Prabhu, said the government is open to further discussions and definitely sees the need for Hyperloop One’s high-speed trains. “Though we are not hyper about it,” he joked. Read more…
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