The Last Jewish Gangster – How They Inspired The Italian Mafia

In this episode of Case Studies with the Biz Doc, he takes an in-depth look at Grab, the ride-share company that is thriving in Asia. He follows the company’s timeline and explains how its “merger” with Uber was more like an amicable break-up that led to a partnership. Watch to see how Grab’s valuation exploded as well as how and why it created a “super-app.” 

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About guest: Myron Sugerman was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1938, and at the age of twenty-one he followed his father’s footsteps into the family business–Coin-operated amusements. Like his father, Barney “Sugie” Sugerman, Myron sold and operated slot machines, jukeboxes, cigarette machines, and anything else that accepted coins and entertained people in bars, nightclubs, and other hangouts around the world.

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