China’s Iron Fist: Geopolitical Tensions Make it Hard to do Business
The Capulets and the Montagues, Paris of Troy and Menelaus of Sparta, Cady Heron and Regina George — all intense rivalries with third parties routinely caught in the crossfire. In the realm of global geoeconomics, there is perhaps no modern rivalry greater than that of the US and China.
Computers Might be the Last Bulls Standing
Banking failures. An unrelenting Fed. Sagging corporate earnings. Even Buffett is singing a leery tune. So, how is it that the S&P is up 8% so far this year? Thank the computers and their algorithm-driven trading models, says a growing…
Universities Find Themselves Flat-Footed Against New AI
Like the perfect beer pong technique, cutting corners in college is a true liberal art. But collegiate rule-breakers have never had a tool quite like ChatGPT, an ultra-smart artificial intelligence program that can write convincing, human-like text with just a…
Meet the New Real-Life Billionaire’s Boy’s Club
Warren’s bankers make a move.
A Strong Dollar Could Save a Horrid M&A Environment
In a slim year, M&A bankers may finally have something to look forward to.
Russia Announces Dubious Plans For Aviation Industry Without Boeing and Airbus
Russia thinks its aviation sector can go it alone without Boeing and Airbus.
Consumer Confidence Rises in Spite of Challenged Conditions
Americans are surprisingly optimistic about the state of the economy.
Brussels Seeks to Clamp Down on Defectors
Brussels seeks to drain the swamp.
Credit Suisse Looks to Skinny Down to Move Forward
Is Credit Suisse preparing for a major shake-up?
Volvo Rolls Out Expensive Radar Technology Across Models
Volvo to roll out Lidar tech to its entire fleet.