Tunde Oyeneyin


There might not be anything more inspiring than Janet Jackson blaring through your speakers and Tunde Oyeneyin telling you to crank up your resistance. The person from Houston has become one of Peloton’s most famous people. She leads community-based classes with up to 20,000 fans, and she just signed a deal with Nike. Morning Brew … Read more

Daily Column – 10th May 2022

Companies are starting to store their acorns in expectation of tougher conditions as equities continue to fall and an economic slump looms. Consider Uber. CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote a message to Uber employees on Sunday, outlining how the company is hunkering down in the face of a rapidly deteriorating macro environment—and what he laid out … Read more

Daily Column – 9th May 2022

The solar sector in the United States is currently in shambles. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, 318 solar projects around the US have been cancelled or postponed in recent weeks, including one in Texas that would have powered more than 10,000 homes. This represents more than a third of the utility-scale solar development … Read more

Daily Column – 8th May 2022

Simone Giertz is a Swedish innovator and product designer who has made her own Tesla truck (“Truckla”) and decided to offer a solid white jigsaw with a deliberately missing piece. She’s been documenting everything for her 2.6 million YouTube fans for the past seven years, including a brain tumour. We talked with Giertz while she … Read more

Daily Column – 7th May 2022

Few brands have grown in popularity as much as Formula 1 and Miami in the last two years. The two are getting together this weekend for what promises to be a bacchanal of whiskey, gasoline, and probably not enough suntan lotion. The Miami Grand Prix takes place tomorrow, marking the first time an F1 event … Read more

Daily Column – 6th May 2022

When the final Airbnb price is established, the online buying business is facing more 52-week lows than the groupchat. Many prominent e-commerce shops are reporting reduced sales as the pandemic-fueled boom fades and shoppers return to real stores, warning that the industry is facing a brick-and-mortar wall. Add recession to your shopping cart? Last week, … Read more

Daily Column – 5th May 2022

All of the worst puns are saved for the most important central bank meetings. Yesterday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell raised interest rates by a half-percentage point. It’s a) the greatest rate hike since 2000, and b) the first time the Fed has raised rates in consecutive meetings since 2006. This isn’t your typical move, but … Read more