Home Tags Opinion

Tag: Opinion

In the 1980s, Ronald Reagan and Norman Tebbit both blamed the unemployed for being poor. But their beliefs no longer make any sense in a world of full employment.

The ‘supply-and-demand model of labor markets is fundamentally broken,’ and that’s why you’re not getting a pay raise anytime ...

Working is no longer a guaranteed way of getting ahead. Instead, it may keep you poor. You cannot get rich working for Uber. You cannot get rich working for Deliveroo.

Sony is shutting itself off to Xbox and Nintendo gamers — and it could totally blow PlayStation’s lead in the console wars

The PlayStation 4 may be the market leader in terms of game consoles sold this generation, but Sony's stance on cross-play between the PS4 and rival consoles, like the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, is backward and downright cynical.

Nintendo blew the lid off at E3 2018 — and competitors could learn a thing or two

Nintendo just delivered an incredible video presentation at E3 2018 — and it pulled it off by keeping it simple, and focusing on games that are actually arriving in the next six months. played to its strengths, which is something other game companies could learn from.

The world’s largest gaming service, Steam, is giving up on regulation and turning over 200 million users into guinea pigs

In a surprising and unfortunate twist, Valve is allowing anything short of "things we decide are illegal, or straight up trolling" onto its massive Steam Store. It's a lousy choice that abdicates responsibility.

Here’s how the Alexa spying scandal could become Amazon’s worst nightmare

Amazon's entire company is built on the trust customers place in the company. If customers' perception is that the company plays fast and lose with that trust, the company could lose customers fast.
Theresa May is under fire from her own backbenches.

Conservative MPs took a day off to celebrate the royal wedding, but on Monday they will be back at work on their favourite project: Trying to bri...

OPINION: May's problem is she needs the support of her own eurosceptic MPs to survive, but in order to get her EU withdrawal package through the Commons she will likely need the votes of MPs outside her party.

Tesla’s new $78,000 Model 3 is incredibly overpriced

Elon Musk took to Twitter in Saturday to announce a $78,000 version of the Tesla Model 3. The vehicle debuted with promises of a $35,000 base version.
A wall of photographers waits for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at a public appearance in Edinburgh in February 2018.

Meghan Markle’s dad has been axed from the royal wedding — and it shows how powerful the paparazzi still are

Thomas Markle's departure from the wedding is a win for the media in their bid to inject drama and conflict into royal life. It is the latest in a struggle which reached its lowest ebb in 1997 when Princess Diana died in a car crash while being chased by photographers.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

All the ways that Tesla could go bankrupt in the next year

For the first time in ten years, a Tesla bankruptcy is being seriously discussed. Investors need to start thinking not just about the stock tanking from its current height, nearly 1,000% of the 2010 IPO price — they need to start thinking about being how they could get wiped out.
The Tesla Model 3.

Tesla is burning through billions, and it’s revealing an ugly reality about the company’s financial situation

All eyes are on Tesla's prospects of actually running out of cash before the end of year. The company has about $3.5 billion on hand, plus lines of credit. CEO Elon Musk says no capital raise is coming, and that Tesla will start to bring in more than it spends later in 2018.