WSJ INNOVATOR REVIEW: ELON MUSK
The first inaugural Wall Street Journal Innovator of the Year Awards began last year to honour the most creative, disruptive, and influential individuals in the world today. Chosen by editors of the WSJ, with input from a select group of experts in each field, the 2012 Awards will be announced in October.
Today, watch the 2011 winner of the Technology category, Elon Musk, for revolutionising automobiles, energy, and space exploration. Musk envisions a world where cars run on electricity, homes and businesses are powered by the sun, and humans colonise Mars.
Each day this week, and next, THE PULSE will review all of the 2011 Awards winners:
Ai Weiwei (Art)
Katie Grand (Fashion)
Bjarke Ingels (Architecture)
Steve Ells (Food)
Joris Laarman (Design)
The Giving Pledge, founded by Warren Buffet and Bill Gates (Philanthropy).