By 2019, both Uber and Airbnb, the two largest U.S pre-IPO companies, will be more than a decade old and still private
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How profits, rents and taste determine the position of New York City coffee shops
In the midst of economic downturn, President Michel Temer is spearheading Brazil’s biggest privatization package. However, will this alone save Latin America’s largest economy?
Google has just released the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2XL cell phones. Google’s aim is to compete with the likes of Samsung and Apple. Can Google succeed in entering the competitive marketplace of cell phones despite their prior failures? Has Google found the blueprint to success or simply repeating the same mistakes?
How Lyft took a stance and gained ground in the United States’ ruthless ride-share application competition