As these titans of industry have risen through the ranks of the world’s largest companies…they’re morphing. And they’re all changing the same way…by becoming competitors with one another.
The Internet is a double-edged sword. Unfortunately, you can’t have the good without the bad. It’s here whether you like it or not. And it’s here to stay.
For the longest time, tech has had a dream run. Valuations soared. The private start-up scene rose to new heights. But all that could come to an end.
Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google — these are hot stocks that everyone’s talking about. But look past the hype and you’ll see trouble on the horizon.
You are being watched. By Facebook. By Google. By digital eyes and ears everywhere. The big question is whether you should be happy about it.
We all use Facebook and Google for leisure and work. But is it really as harmless as it seems? They have trapped us in a web of surveillance and censorship.
We live in the age of mobile devices and streaming content. We should be wiser and better informed. So why do we still lack common sense about the economy?
Are you thrilled by booming stock prices? Well, don’t be. An expansion of debt will always lead to a contraction of debt. A crash is looming on the horizon.
Disruption, innovation, earnings growth. It’s why so many investors jumped into the FAANGs and BATs with full gusto. But have we taken things a little too far?
Facebook, just like Netflix and Google, thrives on entertainment value. But attention spans are shorter than ever. That’s the downside of the fake economy.
On Thursday, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $17.7 billion in just 24 hours, after Facebook shares went into a nearly 20% freefall.
Right now, the media is buzzing with the dramatic fall of Facebook’s stock value. But this is just a symptom of a much larger problem.
You don’t really hear too much about the likes of Alibaba or Tencent. They are two of the world’s most powerful tech companies that no one really knows about.