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Chase for high yields is catapulting companies to once-unthinkable levels
Stanford University course tells participants how to turn ideas into fundable ventures
Broader reset expected in valuations for highly-touted start-ups
We are finally seeing public authorities taking on the rich and powerful
Tim Armour says WeWork’s aborted IPO signals the end of frothy valuations
Microsoft president Brad Smith expects governments to start setting broad codes for the industry
Bridgewater analysis points to growing clout of early-stage companies
Investigators are looking at whether the internet companies have got too big
Inquiry adds to pressure on Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple
Finance minister calls for ban on development on European soil.
The billionaire philanthropist talks about his book on renovating democracy
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Tech giants are creating thousands of new millionaires as they list on the stock exchange through much-hyped IPOs
Silicon Valley has not been that creative in returning money to shareholders
Leadership switch follows concerted effort by iPhone maker to reduce its liquid reserves
Competition law should take changing business models into account
Second-quarter growth quietens fears of slowdown and sends parent Alphabet’s shares higher
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All eyes are on the compound annual growth rates.
What tech giant lacks in fashionable services it makes up for with scale
Currency ambitions, flawed algorithms and the sheer power of tech groups are fuelling mistrust
Fines alone cannot solve structural challenges behind privacy lapses
Netflix falls short of its own forecasts for new subscribers
Plans for a global minimum corporate tax regime bring more consensus at summit