- Did Beyonce make $300m from Uber's IPO?
- Bitcoin is the 10-year Treasury of our time
- High resolution music is a solution looking for a problem
- Amazon is furious about this negative review
- Missing: $500bn of American savings
- Blockchain for Brexit: a wonderfully terrible idea
- The Bank of Hodlers [sic] (sigh)
- An answer to Mark Cuban's question
- Crumbs! It's CRYPTO: the movie!
- National Beverage Corp loses its fizz, and its mind
- Amazon won't spin-off Amazon Web Services
- Mensch! Dan McCrum is innocent, ok?
- Europe's $1 trillion tax gap
- Why online propaganda mobs are an investment red flag
- Davos has produced an amazing new guide on precisely how not to think about risk
- When the public relations industry does PR for itself
- Who wants to be crippled by student debt?
- The bitcoin price is wrong
- The warm fuzzy feeling of Goldman debt
- “Cryptoassets” are crashing again. Is it time to start calling them cryptoliabilities instead?
The Hong Kong listed 58-bagger has an *interesting* website.
“The Indian IT industry will be fine. The Indian IT industry will be fine. The Indian IT industry will be fine. The Indian IT industry will be fine,” – anon quote, February 2017
Corporate debt in China is a well-known problem and part of the solution is, apparently, a new round of debt-for-equity swaps. Of course, there will always be sceptics.