It's been a big week for thinking about food--home-cooked food.
In this week's episode of the Inc. Uncensored podcast, which is hosted by James Ledbetter, the editor of Inc. and Inc.com, our slate of writers and editors explore a new wave of startups that are cooking up food companies. They're facilitating ways for at-home chefs to bring meals to the hungry public. There's just one small thing-in most cases, doing this is not entirely legal. Senior writer Christine Lagorio-Chafkin surveys the burgeoning scene of these scrappy companies--and explores the challenges they face around the country.
Next, it's an open question what will happen with many small-business subsidies as Donald J. Trump takes the nation's highest office next year. On Inc.com, our reporters have been exploring likely scenarios -- including that for the solar industry. In Inc. reporter Kevin J. Ryan's debut on the podcast, he explores what is not looking like a very bright future for the industry.
Plus, for this week's Exit Interview segment, the crew is joined by Rick Smith, the co-founder of Taser International. He explains how he created the iconic company and took it public in a dramatic IPO.