Salvatore Stolfo writes about how a growing number of consumers would like to see leaders of companies who fail to protect customer data punished.
Moawia Eldeeb (SEAS ’18) and Josh Augustin (SEAS ’18) created Pivot, a connected in-home gym. With seed funding, they built SmartSpot, a successful B2B forerunner of Pivot, which they sold to hundreds of gyms around the world, generating over $1 million in revenue. This past July, they closed a $17 million round of Series A funding and expect to launch a consumer version next year.
Len Blavatnik (M.S. ’91) is 27th on the Forbes 400 list. Blavatnik has given $500 million to charities, including Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.