- Noble rot in a shrinking Harbour
- In defence of ticket touts
- Please don't tell individual investors to buy leveraged loans
- RIB Software: the unicorn rainy-day fund
- Retail is not dead
- Did Soros really give Tesla a “vote of confidence”?
- At a crypto conference in New York, it feels like 2017 all over again
- Egregious expectations - Intelsat edition
- Bitcoin cash is expanding into the void
- Stop getting The Flintstones wrong
- Bond investors do not care if Argentina is solvent in 100 years
- Ubiquiti Networks: of cash and borrowed time
- “We're very disappointed in you, Spotify”
- 'Sex redistribution' and the means of reproduction
- Tesla probably needs to raise capital this year
- No entitlement crisis in America
- Free cash flow to whom?
- Hey crypto bros! Journalism ≠ advertising
- Human capital and the jobs guarantee
- This is a tech bubble, when's the crash?
It might want to be a techno-church, but that doesn't mean it should be taxed like one!
After Mark Zuckerberg published his broad-ranging manifesto last week, some say Facebook’s centralisation and lack of accountability is worrying. Others say the social network will kill journalism as we know it. Those concerns are appropriate — in fact, they might not be sounding the alarm bells loudly enough.