Jamie Powell writes for FT Alphaville. He previously worked at education start-up Twig Education.
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Someone call a doctor. Or a regulator.
Dividends don't go on forever.
More community-adjusted ebitda shenanigans.
Macquarie's role in his hop from Leicester to Man City.
Tom Bombadil; criticising MMT; odd coupons; later Mr Walker; Belt & Road; and much more....
HSBC opens the trunk of the global economy, and the engine is still running.
70's dinner parties; LA punks; pledged shares; Infinite Jest; moral nationalism and much more...
Cash, cash, everywhere, and not a drop to drink.
Long McRib; Norway's savings; safety problems at Tesla; too big to fail; apocalyptic sounds and much more...
AV goes back to the drawing board.
Outlaw country; sand mining; art factories; Tether; the Madame Bovary effect; and much more...
Once upon a time, America stole too.
Performance and pay could be better linked.
Texan Democrat goes in the naughty book.
A decade later, Alphaville reminisces about the squeeziest of all short squeezes.
US businesses take the pedal off investment.
IGC “will seek listing on an exchange that embraces [its] innovation”.
Odd Netflix; billions of missing loans; Kenyan hospitals; IBM and Redhat; a missing study and much more...
Changes nothing. Apparently.
The Street speaks.
Reasons to be nervous, a selection of charts from the mainland.
Echo chambers; iPod misery; free speech is free; invasive species; George Costanza and much more...
What's not to like?
Fight the power.