Just under 60 people in the digital advertising startup’s UK office have been made redundant.
By: Kadhim Shubber
$500m of sales turns out to be different than $1bn in sales…
A creditor of fallen tech unicorn Ve Interactive is pursuing David Brown and another former executive for a debt allegedly owed under personal guarantees.
Assassinations; value investing; Fed shrinkage; mammoth tusks; H-1B; and much more.
A dispute has arisen over the US branch of former tech unicorn Ve Interactive, which has implications for the company’s creditors and its auditor.
The “sharing economy” is back, and it’s basically anything you want it to be.
Since Article 50 was activated, the UK is losing some of the benefits of being in the EU, even as it retains the obligations.
£25k of equity investment… in 17 years!
Go long the Nasdaq if you want to rub shoulders with every single other fund manager.
The “exile on Wall Street” finds a new home at Wells Fargo.
Monese is making it easier for immigrants to open bank accounts.
YouGov has the last laugh…
After reports an Uber exec obtained the medical records of a woman who was raped by an Uber driver, enough is enough.
The discussion about the likes of Uber and Deliveroo too often assumes their treatment of workers is a technological inevitability.
Reasons to be optimistic about the loss of hundreds of millions of pounds of inward investment…
Arbitration clauses; chickens vs. dinosaurs; career optionality; why a strong economy needs a strong press; and other stuff.
Once you’ve gotten rid of parking spaces, it’s hard to put them back in.
Area fund manager decries threat to his business.
The story of a billion dollar startup that convinced hundreds of investors it was Britain’s next big tech success.
Mitra had insisted that any suggestion he studied at the university had not come from him. A recording from 2016 suggests otherwise.
Neil Woodford and Crispin Odey go toe-to-toe on the British economy
The power of marketing shall turn old into new.
Jes Staley, the chief executive of Barclays, in conversation with a person he believed to be his chairman…
By: Kadhim Shubber, Martin Arnold
A look at the performance of the largest single backer of European venture capital.
The long wait for full authorisation of the UK’s largest P2P lenders has finally ended.
The European Investment Fund is going cold on UK venture capital.
The Wall Street Journal has some detail on why Wellington Management made its ill-fated bet on Powa Technologies.
A miracle in self-drying technology.
The chief executive of JPMorgan longs for “an early 2000s lending regime” in mortgages…
But it’s complicated…