Scammers gon’ scam.
By: Jemima Kelly
The rights to the “.org” registry have been bought by a private equity company.
“Using Twitter is like dipping your toes into an ocean of human beings.”
SoftBank’s ‘Aim to achieve Turnaround’ is pretty impressive/insane.
By: Claire Jones
David Levy on what if we’re not investing too little, but too much in a “bubble or nothing” economy that doesn’t generate enough income?
By: Izabella Kaminska
An application of AI that isn’t primarily about marketing.
By: Thomas Hale
The ride-sharing company posts a staggering loss, misses on revenue and becomes cash-burning performance art.
A glimpse into the past, and the future, of employee feedback.
By: Jamie Powell
Thank you to all who attended!
By: FT Alphaville
Capitalism, apparently, no longer requires capital.
If surveillance society is so effective, why are costs going up?
Thank you ASA, for helping to promote our own Fyre Festival.
(By launching the shittest of all the shitcoins, of course.)
Pinch, punch, first of the month.
Virtual assistant delights in your loss.
In the TEEIFF, someone is always losing.
And how profitability strangely doesn't seem to matter any more.
Digital technologies now account for twice as many greenhouse gas emissions as civil aviation. And they're not even adding to global growth.
Because outsourcing delivery to your customers is the future.
Albert Edwards, the perma-bear, wants to know.
And why the entire economy is Fyre Festival (TEEiFF).
And the trance may finally be breaking.