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Dyson just killed its ‘ingenious’ electric car. Read the CEO’s email to staff explaining why

"This is not a product failure, or a failure of the team."
"If people think I was just at the right place at the right time and just snapped my fingers and twirled a couple of times and here's Bumble, I mean, they're really wrong," Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe told NPR.

Luck vs. skill: The founders behind major businesses like Bumble, Shopify, and Away explain what their success boils down to — and they all have...

Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena said he thinks that "anyone who possibly claims that they didn't get lucky is crazy."

The 72-year-old billionaire inventor of the Dyson vacuum cleaner just set a real-estate record in Singapore — and his new penthouse sits on the ...

Dyson purchased the three-level penthouse months after news broke that his company's headquarters was moving to Singapore from the UK.

Dyson’s founder just paid S$74 million for Singapore’s biggest penthouse – but its original price was S$100 million

 James Dyson's new home is Singapore's tallest, largest and most-expensive condominium unit.

Some British customers are saying they will boycott Dyson for moving its HQ to Singapore

Some people have pointed out that Singapore has a free trade agreement with the EU, which could benefit Dyson when it moves over.

Brexit backer Dyson is moving his company’s corporate HQ to Singapore

The company says it is moving to be near its manufacturing centres and the markets where it was seeing the biggest demand.

Why did Dyson pick Singapore to build its electric car? Here are some possible reasons

Not only does Singapore have some of the highest average salaries in the world, it has been nearly 40 years since car production there ended.

Britain’s Dyson to build electric car in Singapore

The Straits Times ...
Taking aim at global warming.

Billionaire designer James Dyson is on a mission to save the planet — just like Elon Musk

Neither billionaire is motivated primarily by selling more cars — rather, they see the automobile as a large-scale design problem.