Monthly Archives: March 2019

Axios Edge: Hypocrisy — Celebrity — Too much computer

In a big week for hypocrisy, the leader of the pack was surely Bill McGlashan, the CEO of the world’s largest impact investing fund.

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The Uninhabitable Earth Edition

Slate Money on the scary future of global warming.

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Axios Edge: Rentals — Fame — A bad disguise

A world of continuously variable price is unstable and uncertain, even when overall inflation is low.

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The This Should Be Free Edition

Slate Money on the information spectrum, from Wikipedia and academic journals to Zuckerberg’s pivot to privacy.

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Axios Edge: Efficient Tesla — WarnerMedia defenestrations — Lyft’s IPO

Wanna buy a minotaur? On the current list of VC-backed private companies that have raised more than $1 billion in equity capital: Lyft, Uber, Airbnb, Slack and Pinterest, all of which could go public this year.

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The Occupy French Starbucks Edition

Slate Money on Teslas finally being cheaper, Kraft and 3G, Facebook’s content-moderation failures, and the political scene in France.

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