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Those, and a risible correction.
“Several guests are unwelcome at Pontins”. (And they all happen to have Irish surnames.)
Truly one of the most shocking bits of “research” we have ever seen from an investment bank.
The power of Cathie Wood; miserable emails; basic conservatives; the Brits are alright; and much more.
If central banks can print money out of thin air, why can’t the rest of us?
Craig-toshi Nakamoto is back. And he means business.
Did someone say froth?
Rishi meets: Lady Mone of Mayfair.
Embracing nuclear power; embracing the nervous breakdown; abandoning value; abandoning freezing Texans; and much more.
What can be a powerful tool in the fight against online falsehoods is often abused
Woodford’s back; the king of SPACs; the long hack; online sales tax; and much more.
Upside: it’ll never die. Downside? Your love just might.
To build bridges in the wake of Trump and Brexit we must engage with views that challenge us
The Capitol rioters’ financial difficulties; Berkeley bans outdoor exercise; bitcoin mining; herd immunity; and much more.
Post from ‘u/TSLAinsider’ appeared on the bitcoin subreddit five weeks ago.
A memecoin is mooning. Because markets are kayfabe now too.
Myanmar’s déjà vu coup; trickle-up economics; the EU’s bungled vaccine rollout; another Tesla recall; and more.
We detect The Elon Effect. In all its exuberant, ebullient, entirely rational glory.
“Argument is an intellectual process. Contradiction is just the automatic gainsaying of any statement the other person makes.”
GameStop is good for bitcoin; GameStop vs microstructure; GameStop and Blockbuster; and much more.
But not all are equal. Vexingly, some lockdown sceptics are giving the approach a bad name
The fintech appears to have lost its way in the unicorn forest.
Yellen, the musical; post-journalism; the power of owning up when you’re wrong; the benefits squeeze; and more.
Biden go big; Putin’s palace; climate alarmism; digital realpolitik; and more.