Jim Edwards, Business Insider SG

Jim Edwards

Business Insider SG

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Recent:
  • Business Insider SG
  • Business Insider
Past:
  • Business Insider AUS
  • Business Insider NL
  • AOL.com
  • Houston Chronicle
  • Pulse Ghana
  • The Independent
  • Tech Insider
  • Entrepreneur
  • Slate
  • VentureBeat

Recent articles by Jim:

Investors who dumped Uber stock last week are idiots: Here’s what’s really going on.

Business Insider - Uber didn't lose money last quarter. It added over $5 billion in cash. Investors may have misunderstood what's really going on.. Read more at businessinsider.sg → Read More

Investors who dumped Uber stock last week are idiots: Here's what's really going on.

Uber didn't lose money last quarter. It added over $5 billion in cash. Investors may have misunderstood what's really going on. → Read More

There is a 90% chance Boris Johnson will break his 'no-deal' Brexit promise, according to these numbers

Prime Minister Johnson has promised to deliver Brexit on October 31, even if it is without a deal. → Read More

We're building fewer elevators and escalators — and it's evidence that 'growth might go to zero'

UBS's construction research shows the market for such items has gone into stagnation — implying that large building construction is losing steam. → Read More

Conservatives are conditioning us to accept the breakup of Britain

They might need to destroy Britain in order to secure its independence. → Read More

Conservatives are conditioning us to accept the breakup of Britain

They might need to destroy Britain in order to secure its independence. → Read More

It is not a surprise that Apple has been accused of price-fixing — just look at its history

Business Insider - Apple's top executives were "extremely angry" about a previous price-fixing decision, and will "never get over the case.". Read more at businessinsider.sg → Read More

It is not a surprise that Apple has been accused of price-fixing — just look at its history

Apple's top executives were "extremely angry" about a previous price-fixing decision, and will "never get over the case." → Read More

How Washington insiders figured out the Trump administration was investigating Google over antitrust issues

'If we're having a conversation that means a probe is happening,' is how one source characterized the attitude of the agencies involved. → Read More

'The pain is just beginning': After 38,000 layoffs, Wall Street wakes up to 'peak car', Business Insider

Business Insider - "The pain is just beginning" for the auto business, said one analyst who expects global auto demand to fall 3% this year.. Read more at businessinsider.sg → Read More

'The pain is just beginning': After 38,000 layoffs, Wall Street wakes up to 'peak car'

"The pain is just beginning" for the auto business, said one analyst who expects global auto demand to fall 3% this year. → Read More

Britain regrets Brexit: European election results show a solid majority for Remain

Statistics from the European election results in the UK show that Remain would have won, easily, if this had been a "proxy" referendum on Brexit. → Read More

Internal emails show Google didn't refund defrauded advertisers for years, says one of the search company's clients

The CEO of AdTrader recorded a call with Google sales staffer who said his clients would be refunded for invalid clicks. The money never arrived. → Read More

‘Full employment’ may be increasing economic inequality

The rise of involuntary part-time work makes the headline employment stats look good, but it increases inequality in the long run. → Read More

This is global and strategic: What Amazon's mega investment in Deliveroo means for Uber and everyone else

Amazon is not suddenly interested in pizza delivery after its investment in Deliveroo. → Read More

A false rumor on WhatsApp started a run on a London bank

Business Insider - Metro Bank's stock dropped 9% this morning.. Read more at businessinsider.sg → Read More

Apple is struggling — so the company is paying investors to stick with it

Business Insider - If the company is paying people to own the stock it doesn't matter if iPhone is sinking and Services is too small buoy it up.. Read more at businessinsider.sg → Read More

The last 4 years of WeWork's pre-IPO financials show just how important cashflow is to the company's growth

Cashflow management appears to be a key part of the WeWork business model. → Read More

The Boeing 737 Max crashes show that 'deteriorating pilot skills' may push airlines to favour Airbus

Experts agree that modern airliners such as the Boeing 737 Max and Airbus A320neo are designed to compensate for deteriorating pilot skills. → Read More

Italy's 'perma-recession' could trigger a €2 trillion financial crisis that threatens the eurozone itself

There is no obvious way out of the trap holding the Italian economy back, analysts told Business Insider. → Read More