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Predictions from the Incredible Shervin Pishevar Tweet Storm

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Every once in a while, some big name in Silicon Valley decides to give out their wild opinions and crazy predictions on Twitter. Recently, one of the biggest players in the tech world let loose on an incredible 21-hour tweetstorm. That executive, Shervin Pishevar, unleashed some of the most shocking predictions on the popular social media platform. Below are some of the highlights from the much talked about tweet storm.

The Dow Will Crash 6,000 Points

Though the American stock market has been experiencing the biggest bull run in its history, Shervin Pishevar believes the ride is about to be over. In one of his first tweets, of his tweet storm, Mr. Pishevar predicted that the Dow will drop 6,000 points. If that comes to pass, the Dow will crash into bear market territory.

And Bitcoin Will Go Down As Well

Another big financial prediction, from Mr. Pishevar, has to do with the world’s biggest cryptocurrency. Shervin Pishevar believes that Bitcoin will crash to the $2,000 to $5,000 level before recovering from its $20,000 high in late December of 2017.

Silicon Valley Will Lose Its Crown as the Tech King

In one of his most shocking predictions, Mr. Pishevar believes that Silicon Valley will no longer attract thousands of start-ups. Instead, Mr. Pishevar believes that start-ups will work remotely and connect with vendors and clients online.

American Infrastructure is in Big Trouble

Straying away from his area of expertise, Mr. Pishevar proclaimed that America’s infrastructure will continue to fall behind. The Silicon Valley expert pointed out that the Chinese are now able to build an entire train station in 9 hours while America’s rail system continues to fall apart.

America’s Biggest Companies Hold Too Much Power

Mr. Pishevar talked a little about the power of America’s biggest companies. The Silicon Valley executive believes that companies like Apple and Amazon and stifling U.S. start-ups and that Uber may be the last start-up to make it big.

These tweets mark the first public remarks from Shervin Pishevar in months. A number of these tweets have been shared by tens of thousands of people on Twitter. As the year passes, the social media will see which one of Shervin Pishevar’s tweets will come true.

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Louis Chenevert’s career at UTC

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Louis Chenevert is the former CEO of the United Technologies Corporation. He was appointed to lead the company in 2008 and served up to 2014. The role of Louis Chenevert in the management of this company will be remembered for many years to come. His success with the firm exceeded that of any other CEO of the company. He took over the management at the height of the 2008 global economic crisis. While other companies were closing down due to losses, UTC was making very good profits because of Louis Chenevert leadership. As a product management professional, he knows how to install effective means of production that would lower the cost of production and improve the profits.

Louis Chenevert graduated from HEC Montreal University with a degree in production management. His first job was as a production manager for General Motors. He later switched his interests from auto industry to aerospace and joined UTC. His first stop would be at the Pratt & Whitney Canada branch. Here, he creates a production system that reduced production time of jet engines by over one year. Before he joined, it was taking almost two years to produce one engine, but after taking over, it came down to 9 months. This is so far the biggest achievement that has ever happened in this company which is under the management of UTC.

Due to the abilities, he displayed while in Canada, Pratt & Whitney, USA took him and made him the overall production manager in the company. He would later grow steadily until he became the president of the firm. It is while at P&W that he initiated the process of constructing the geared turbofan engine. Even before he could finish this project, he was appointed to lead the whole conglomerate in 2008. As the head of UTC, he was in charge of many other businesses which operated under the UTC umbrella.

His success in managing Pratt & Whitney proved that he had the potential to lead the whole company. This is exactly what happened; at the end of his term, there were clear results of the work he had done. The GTF jet engine was completed and was in use by commercial and military planes.

https://affiliatedork.com/how-former-ceo-louis-chenevert-helped-utc-become-a-global-force