Tony Blair and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi are also lending a hand. What could possibly go wrong?
Layoffs, investment exits, and sudden deal back-outs. SoftBank’s strategy of weaponizing capital is failing.
How many llamas can you buy with $18.5 billion? Depends on the quality of the llama.
2,400 people have lost their jobs in a single day, and more cuts are coming.
Uber was supposed to be different under Dara Khosrowshahi, but the same sort of moral bankruptcy remains.
This is your (galaxy) brain on billions of dollars.
Uber and WeWork are the most well-known disasters. Meet some others.
Venture capital subsidizes unprofitable businesses like WeWork and Uber. Society pays the price.
The boardroom coup is the latest attempt to salvage a doomed IPO.
WeWork is losing $5,197 per customer per year, indicating that it might not really have a business model.
Your friendly house robot is probably trivially easy to hack.
Although the initial shock may have worn off, the long term implications Monday’s controversial buyout offer for British technology firm ARM, by the Japanese giant SoftBank, are still unclear.