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SEO smokescreen secured.
Twitter; MLM; sextech; the metaverse; and much more.
Jack Dorsey casts himself as a Randian hero and the Great Resignation goes all Atlas Shrugged.
FT Alphaville has the answer, but we’re not sure Roman Roy does.
Japan in 1989 anyone?
“Hysterical monsters”, the lot of ‘em.
Wheelbarrows at the ready.
Markets are just off the highs, but many companies are hitting fresh lows.
Agencies say they want to look into whether certain crypto activities are “legally permissible”.
When theft moves gross margins.
Lady Mone of Mayfair apparently has ‘no involvement with this company in any capacity’
Adagio; Muddy Waters; Wang Huning
Celisus Network: crypto hipsters; beagles and much more . . .
Kornai; Graham, North Carolina; technobabble and much more . . .
Ports; variants; thanksgivings of yore.
Thanksgiving; inflation; Downing St vs the Treasury; Éric Zemmour; and mour.
The FT’s Sam Jones; US jobs; Opioid crisis
Dimon versus Elon; sidequests; griftopia and much more . . .
r/wallstreetbets weigh on Grandmaster Jay’s return to the Fed chair role.
Brainard; Powell; Asimov; and much more . . .
Thursday’s S&P 500 advance masked widespread declines in equities.
Lab leaks; Fed; Bored Apes; and much more . . .
To ease the UK’s debt burden, Boris Johnson could follow in the footsteps of his political hero.
The Tory corruption scandal; is woke broke; economic gloom and doing something about it; academic freedom; and more.
Substack panics; Crypto housing; Enron anniversary
The bank is curious to know whether the media reads the FT.
Two weeks is clearly a long time in the world of attaching touch screens to bikes.
How following the money is the only way to cut through the strategic weaponisation of ambiguity.
Tribes; $100m seed rounds; offices to housing and much more . . .
The wacky races must go on.
Britney; the golden age of scammers; warring fishmongers; Britney; and m
David Graeber; Robot rushes; bottlenecks; and much more . . .
The BIS reassures the market that the best cure for high prices is high prices. Nothing to see here.
Why did the company suddenly say eLNO to its cathode business?
The intellectual incoherence of crypto; going to zero; fighting megafires; moral panic; and much more.