When a market darling has plenty of cash, but asks shareholders for more.
By: Dan McCrum
The circle of life, and it moves us all.
By: Jamie Powell
(We will refer you to Betteridge's law.)
By: Alexandra Scaggs and Jamie Powell
Free Aston Martins, hired Lambos; fake protests, real diamonds; Snoop Dogg, weed.
By: Jemima Kelly
Not quite 'to the moon', but close enough
When nobody's using your system, why not make it four times bigger?
We're just a little disappointed in you, Dr Doom
By: Bryce Elder
Don't laugh at the yield-hungry suckers just yet.
By: Robert Smith
It's bears versus the grizzly as a much-shorted company reports.
Spotify learns about public markets the hard way
An adventure in inflammatory category errors.
By: Alexandra Scaggs
Not only are they burning cash, they have $230m of convertible debt maturing.
The idea that US healthcare costs are spiralling out of control is based on false assumptions, says Nathan Tankus
By: Guest post
In mega-tech, things are not quite what they seem...
And we're not here to pump your coins, nor even to take a “neutral” line on them.
On-the-job training is a notably effective way to learn.
But chill, it's not a reason to worry.
There is nothing in the hat.
IOTA, the $6bn Bosch-backed cryptocurrency with a thin skin.
Benchmark-beating investment performance cannot be predicted, comprehensive study shows.
“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
Money's coming in, but not really growing in value.
A pattern of misunderstanding.
By: Katie Martin
The IMK is bearish on Germany, and the Telegraph is enthralled.
Imagining the course of history is driven by “great men”, we give individuals too much credence and underplay the vital role of the state.
It might want to be a techno-church, but that doesn't mean it should be taxed like one!
Trust is valuable, hype is cheap, the crash will come.
Blockchains mustn't be exempt from GDPR. That goes for you too, GDPR Cash token.
Ignore the lack of profits, and follow the cash flow
And the award for best long-term growth in living standards goes to...