For today’s weekend essay, we’re sharing an insight from colleague Nomi Prins. Nomi is a former investment banker and the author of books like All the President’s Bankers, It Takes a Pillage, and Collusion.
When dendrites cross the separator, it happens throughout the battery, not just in one spot. And that’s when we hear about batteries catching fire. And while this is rare, it is one big reason the auto industry is investing billions of dollars trying to figure out how to make the next great battery technology. The industry believes the answer...
There were only 71 deals raising a mere $7.7 billion last year. That’s the least amount of IPO activity in more than thirty years. And only 16 deals raised more than $100 million.
The first few days of a new year provide us with some hope and excitement of good things to come. They also give us just enough distance to look behind us with some objectivity… and that’s exactly what we’ll do as we take stock of 2022.
Over the past few weeks, more information has been released surrounding “The Twitter Files” and the collusion that took place between Twitter and government agencies to censor those who didn’t conform with the desired political narrative…
First, we had a 218-qubit quantum computer. That was a photonic quantum computer from a company called Xanadu. And just a few weeks back, IBM announced a 433-qubit quantum computer.
This was absolutely a remarkable achievement. There’s no question about that. But as I told readers at the time, there’s still more work to be done.