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Learn how James Dyson made BILLIONS reinventing the vacuum in this rare interview. Dyson vacuum cleaners sell in over 40 countries and his company has.

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There are idyllic corporate campuses, and then there’s the thing Dyson Ltd. Nestled in the English countryside are massive research and development centers, top secret labs and various toys that founder James Dyson collected over the years, including a helicopter in the parking lot and a jet plane in the cafeteria. It’s from this unlikely place that Dyson hopes to make a worldwide splash over the next year and change the way people think about the high-end vacuum maker. The person leading this charge is Ricardo Reyes, Dyson’s new communications chief. He made a name for himself in Silicon Valley as the top spokesman for Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors Inc. Reyes also worked at Google, YouTube and Square Inc. The appointment of Reyes is of note for a couple of reasons. Last year, Dyson launched the Supersonic, a hair dryer that took about four years and $70 million to develop. Like all Dyson products, the hair dryer was intensely engineered and costs a lot--$400. It also marked a major expansion for Dyson past things like vacuums and air purifiers. Reyes must solidify this idea in consumers’ minds, and has already honed his talking points. "Dyson is growing from the living room to the bathroom and beyond, so people are going to interact with it a lot more," Reyes said. Dyson has also been rumored to be working on an electric car. Last year, the Financial Times turned up government documents that revealed funding to help Dyson on this project. Dyson bought battery startup Sakti3 for $90 million in 2015, and pledged last year to spend 1 billion pounds ($1. 2 billion) on battery development over five years, putting it in closer competition with Tesla. Dyson already has deep electric motor experience. Lab 61 at its headquarters is filled with electric motors of all sizes that have gone through more than a decade of research and sit at the heart of Dyson’s products. If you were looking to bring a new electric car to market, then Reyes would be a good choice, since he helped usher in Tesla’s Roadster, Model S and Model X vehicles. Asked about Dyson’s plans for an electric car, Reyes said, "You never know what Dyson has up its sleeve. For Reyes, Dyson was a good match with Tesla. "It’s very rare to find companies that combine software, hardware and manufacturing all together and to find a company like that that goes direct to the consumer," he said. At Tesla, Reyes was known for having Musk’s ear and being able to sway the inventor at times. But the relationship deteriorated as the years went on, and confrontations around product launches grew more heated. Asked about the personality of James Dyson, Reyes said, "He moves very quickly, but, at the same time, he’s measured and thoughtful. It hopes new products will make Dyson a more familiar name in the U. S. and other countries.

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So this tagging business gives me an opportunity to post a long random rant. When I read some of your tag descriptions, some thoughts popped in to my head. So I just decided to put them down to words when I wrote this. No disrespect to you or your views of course! =) 1. Writing I have always wanted to 'write'. Write about many random things. I lack the skills, and am mostly lazy, to realize any of my 'ideas' in to any presentable form. 2. Architecture Architecture fascinates me. While I might be tired of looking at arch-photographs on flickr, I love being around interesting structures. I am glad there are so many architects around here =) 3. Poles of the earth Cold weather poses no problems to me when appropriately dressed. Visiting one of the poles would definitely be a thing I would do if I had the necessary funds :) 4. Religious views It bothers me when people call science a 'religion'. It bothers me more when people say their 'faith' is 'rational'. Rationality and faith are...
Jeremy Joseph Fry (19 May 1924 – 18 July 2005)
Handsome, charismatic, with blinding green eyes, the engineer-inventor and entrepreneur Jeremy Fry had astonishing energy and an interest in almost everything. His designs included a car, a "sea truck", a four-wheel-drive wheelchair and a highly successful valve actuator - and he started James Dyson, 23 years his junior, out on his own inventing career. He rebuilt a village in France, moved a palace in India, rescued the Theatre Royal in Bath and reorganised the Northern Ballet Company. Fry was born in Bristol in 1924, the second son of the last chairman of the Fry's chocolate concern, Cecil Fry, who had enraged the many Fry aunts and cousins by arranging for the sale of the company to Cadbury's, the arch-enemy. Jeremy was educated at Gordonstoun, joined the Royal Air Force and was qualifying to become a pilot in North America when the Second World War ended. He studied at the Architectural Association under Leonard Manasseh, who became one of his idols, but left before...
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1983 The worlds most popular word processing programme is launched Microsoft Word. Following on from the start of the recession in the US Unemployment Rises to 12 million. In Ethiopia following the worst drought in history the death toll reaches a staggering 4 million. The US starts deploying Cruise Missiles and Pershing Missiles in Europe at the Greenham Common Air Force Base in England and West Germany amid mass protests. 1983: Thatcher wins landslide victory Margaret Thatcher's Conservative Party has won a landslide second term election victory, taking 397 seats to Labour's 209. The SDP Liberal Alliance, fighting its first national contest, won just 23 seats under the "first-past-the-post" electoral system, despite receiving nearly as many votes as Labour. Mrs Thatcher announced the forthcoming parliament would have a "heavy programme", featuring some of the bills which fell before the election. She also pledged to re-organise local authorities and to...
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