Things aren’t looking up for Express Scripts. It all began last year after their deal with Anthem fell apart because of “questionable dealings,” and now an exposé has been released outlining their process for setting drug prices.
Everyone’s favorite third-party booking platforms (Kayak, Google Flights, Hipmunk) could be under fire. As these services become more and more sophisticated at finding consumers the best deal, inclusive of all fees and upcharges, airlines are beginning to feel shorted and are definitely not happy about it.
Satellite constellations and internet for all doesn’t seem to be too far off – both OneWeb (SoftBank-backed and led by Greg Wyler) and SpaceX (the one and only Elon Musk) have received the go-ahead from their respective governing bodies to begin launching test satellites. Only time will tell who will be the king of space.
China has long battled water scarcity, and after many years of research, they recently announced their plans to create the first cloud farm in the Tibetan mountains. The system is expected to produce 2,641,720,523,580 gallons of water per year, and although it is only ~7% of China’s yearly water consumption, it is an interesting start.
This weekend’s Masters should be a fun one to watch; predictions for who comes out on top are all over the board, but the question on many minds is how Tiger Woods will fare after his three year hiatus from Augusta National – will we see the red shirt walking up 18 in a final pairing on Sunday?