Cars Keep Getting Better. That Makes Disruption Harder.

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On Wednesday, Tesla Inc. announced its second-quarter results. Those results, along with Elon Musk’s apologies to analysts for his rudeness three months earlier, pushed its stock price up and 2025 bond yields down. During the earnings call, Musk and his … Continued

Thailand Leads in Crypto by Skipping the Big Debate

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Securities, or not securities. That is the crypto question. Except in Thailand. While regulators around the world have grappled with the issue of what category digital currencies and assets fall into, Thailand has skipped the debate altogether. Instead, using an emergency … Continued

AT&T Has M&A Bankers Saying ‘Merry Christmas’ Again

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Today’s Agenda What the AT&T verdict means The coming Golden Age of Fake News The Grand Unified Theory of Trump The reckless Fed China’s growing influence Here come the deals! video-faking technology has advanced so much that all kinds of … Continued

What’s Worse: Pollution or Unpaid Interns?

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I sort of love Just Capital, the nonprofit organization created by Paul Tudor Jones II and Deepak Chopra (!), and championed by Alessandra Stanley at the New York Times, whose aim is to rank public companies on their “justness” (!), and which … Continued

The G-7 Will Be a Seminar in Anger Management

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Welcome to Bloomberg Opinion Today, an afternoon roundup of our opinions on business, politics, markets, technology and more. New subscribers can weed. Alone again, naturally. Trump won’t be president forever (right?). And just as tantrums eventually pass, the inexorable, tectonic movement toward ever-freer … Continued

Andy Warhol Is a Bitcoin Star for 15 Minutes

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The world of finance isn’t done yet with its effort to turn artistic masterpieces into tradeable securities. A decade ago it was hedge funds and bankers selling small shares in works by Andy Warhol and his ilk as investment opportunities. Today it's … Continued