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Richard Branson’s company had suffered a series of delays as it competes with Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk
The mystique around going into orbit obscures mundane reasons for success and failure in the industry
One $98m step for Chamath Palihapitiya, one giant question for the market.
The investment product can generate a profit like nowhere else on Wall Street. DD digs into ‘the great 2020 money grab’
Putting a dollar figure on the elusive concept of the so-called promote
Funds from $366m sell-off likely to shore up other branches of Sir Richard Branson’s group
In the midst of a pandemic, anyone who owns aviation, hospitality or cruise ship businesses is fighting for survival
Investors see Branson’s space tourism business as more than pie in the sky
Richard Branson’s group will sell $500m stake in Virgin Galactic and seek private investors
Filing opens door to potential sale of half of Virgin Group’s holding in space venture
How Virgin Galactic might help the rest of the group escape the gravitational pull of coronavirus
“For context, the stock today is trading at a P/Sales of ~1.6x our 2030 revenue estimate.”
Chamath Palihapitiya wants to buy start-ups and take them public by the back door
Richard Branson’s space tourism group to accept deposits from general public
More madness from Mr Market.
Interstellar opportunities abound beyond flying trips for the rich
Rising costs at Google parent Alphabet weigh on third-quarter earnings
Shares in Richard Branson’s lossmaking space tourism company end trading debut flat
The shares have got off the ground but the business plan depends on a starry future
Sir Richard Branson’s vehicle beats billionaire rivals in market debut space race
Aerospace group signs partnership as Richard Branson’s space venture set to go public
Space is the place, if you’re extremely rich.
Space tourism company set to arrive on the stock market with two big characters at the helm
Chamath Palihapitiya became a strident critic of Silicon Valley’s culture