Are white-collar workers — think analysts, coders and even the odd opinion columnist — going the way of the medieval scribe?
Author: Lionel Laurent
The regulatory approval of an exchange-traded fund isn’t supposed to be a mass media event worthy of Wrestlemania.
The bull case preached by the laser-eyed crowd is, as before, driven by sentiment and speculation rather than utility.
While FTX is certainly not crypto’s biggest case of fraud, it undoubtedly won’t be the last.
One doesn’t have to be a hoodie-wearing bitcoiner or privacy activist to see the risks.
Digital tokens offer gambling highs 24/7, as gullible punters bet big on volatile coins that enrich exchanges, ruin lives and abet crimes.
Crypto hasn’t yet caused a real-world economic meltdown, but regulators are right not to let this crisis go to waste.
A minority of Swedes said in a survey they’d used cash in the previous 30 days. The direction of travel is the same everywhere.
Europe is where ChatGPT gets regulated, not invented. That’s something to regret.
It’s time to think about the potential for radical change. If this is the endgame for music, it would be a sad state of affairs.