Wall Street

Beyond the Crash–Finding Patterns in a World of Uncertainty

Things are grim. And one of the grimmest parts of this moment is how uncertain everyone seems to be about what comes next.

Fintech Struts Down Main Street

For the first many years of fintech’s existence, even most of the “democratized” companies and services have still felt elite. That dynamic is evolving.

The Bitcoin Recession

A financial microclimate that did not exist even two years ago and is strongly dependent on the trading price of Bitcoin has lost tens, probably hundreds, of billions of dollars in value in a matter...

Is Robinhood Trying to Grow Up?

Robinhood has taken some steps to provide at least the appearance of a properly run company. ut the stock’s continued illness suggests that stronger medicine is necessary. Plus, the digital yuan preps for its closeup.

The Would-Be Banking Regulator Who Wants to Eliminate Banks

This week, Biden surprised a lot of people by nominating Saule Omarova to head the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.  Could her proposal for a “people’s ledger” eliminate banking as we’ve historically understood it?

The Fintech IPO Market Is On Fire. Here’s Why.

Investment executives say exit pressure, valuation pressure, talent pressure, and story pressure have all contributed to the new fintech "IPO mania."

Economist Joseph Stiglitz Cheers Biden Spending

The Nobel laureate weighs in on stimulus, growth and inequality.

Awaiting Stripe’s Massive IPO

Five years ago, when the founders appeared on the cover of Inc. magazine, Stripe was estimated to process $20 billion in annual payments. Last year that figure was estimated at $350 billion.

Why Wall Street Undervalues Tesla

Tesla is much more than a car company—it’s a tech company. So why does Wall Street keep failing to correctly value the innovation that Tesla represents?

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