This man overcame persecution and built one of the world's great fortunes. There's a lot of wisdom in his story.
Plus, the company connecting the world's physical assets to the cloud is going public. Here's what you need to know.
Plus, have we all lost our marbles?
A new business model would be risky. But with new leadership and a sagging stock price, something is needed to get the company moving in the right direction.
Grab is the first super-app company to hit U.S. public markets. How will investors value its stock? Like Uber and Doordash, or like PayPal? And will they care it's losing gobs of money? I'm itching to find out.
Imagine a billion-dollar entertainment franchise owned by its community and not by a corporation. Is that possible? I don't know, but we're about to find out.
The Metaverse is giving regular people a chance to invest in its future. But there's a problem. It's too hard and time-consuming to figure out which projects to invest in. This company is trying to solve the problem by building index funds for the crypto economy.
Play-to-earn games differ from the old models in one fundamental way: objects and rewards accrued in the game are assets that players can sell, trade, lend out, or stake as collateral.
The best time to invest in any asset class is when the products aren't refined. Crypto certainly qualifies. And despite clunky products, crypto is booming.
Now that Zillow folded its iBuying business, where does that leave Opendoor? Is Opendoor positioned to dominate iBuying going forward?