This "Green" Car is Useless!
by Jeff Siegel
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
One of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's dreams may soon be coming to fruition.
During his time as governor, while singing the praises of renewable energy progress in the Golden State, the Terminator would often tell tree-hugging Californians about his dream of building a hydrogen highway that would enable hydrogen-powered vehicles to run from Mexico to Canada — via California.
Not only did Prius drivers and vegans applaud the governor's dream, but it even got a decent amount of ...
Shake Shack and the Quest for Ethical Investing
by Jeff Siegel
Friday, February 20, 2015
I arrived at Shake Shack (NYSE: SHAK) two minutes before an enthusiastic crew of workers started their shift.
A line had already formed, and the sweet smell of meat and grease floated like cotton clouds below my wind-chapped nose. Although I had devoured a massive bowl of organic steel cut oatmeal three hours earlier, my body was sending me a signal that it needed a healthy dose of B-12. Certainly a burger would do the trick.
The new Shake Shack in Baltimore hasn't even been open for a week, ...
SolarEdge looks to Raise $125 Million in IPO
by Tim Conneally
Thursday, February 19, 2015
From a huge crop of Israeli cleantech companies, solar power optimization and management startup SolarEdge has filed for a $125 million initial public offering on the NASDAQ exchange.
SolarEdge has been talking about IPO since 2011, but opted instead to work with venture capital through three separate funding rounds. By the time it completed its Series D, SolarEdge had raised a total of $37 million from more than ten venture capital groups.
The company's CFO recently told Bloomberg that it was ...