Uber Loses Money

I think Uber is becoming a big data company. Therefore, the most valuable asset at Uber could be the data it collects. Since data is the oil of the digital economy, Uber could sit on a gold mine of transportation data.

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Tips For Selling Your House Fast With Pets

Your yard can be a big selling point for your home or it can have a huge negative impact. Make sure that there is absolutely no doggy poop lying around and dispose of it rather than wash it into the lawn with a hose.

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5 Ways Imperial Britain Crippled Indian Handlooms

But what you may not know is how meticulously the British destroyed India’s local industries to assert its dominance. That includes India’s handloom textile industry. For instance, did you know that India was manufacturing 25% of the world’s textiles in the 17th century, and that this share plummeted to just 2% at the end of British colonialism in 1947 (Das 2002)?

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Is Housing Crashing?

In the final analysis, I think American housing prices are heading for a fall. However, I think American housing will experience a slow-moving decline rather than a big crash. Hence, America will have a zombie real estate market for the foreseeable future.

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Is Noble Energy Making Money?

Noble Energy’s Leviathan business plan; however, is both strange and dangerous. For instance, the main market for Leviathan natural gas is Israel’s neighbor; and historic enemy, Egypt.

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Is Lockheed Martin Doomed?

Essentially, the modern military industrial complex failed on 14 September 2019. Indeed, 14 September 2019, could mark the greatest failure of America’s military industrial complex since the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941.

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Is GameStop Making Money?

However, GameStop makes little money from those stores. In addition, Game Stop reported an operating income of $18 million and a net income of $6.8 million on May 5, 2019. Tellingly those numbers were down from $28.2 million and $45 million on 5 May 2018.

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Big Short Investor predicts Index Fund Meltdown that could destroy Retirement Accounts

An index-fund bubble could be catastrophic because a large percentage of the $7.85 trillion Americans held in individual retirement accounts (IRAs) in 2017 is being invested passively. In detail, Statista estimates there was $7.85 trillion in American IRAs in 2017.

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