David Meyer, Fortune

David Meyer

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  • Alphr
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by David:

Bernie Sanders Wants Companies to Give Employees Ownership—a Trend That's Already Growing in the U.K.

The issue of employee ownership is on the agenda in the U.S. thanks to Bernie Sanders, but what can be learned from the U.K.? → Read More

Indian Workers on H-1B Visas Could Be Casualties of a U.S. Trade Spat

The U.S. is reported to be threatening new caps on the visas, which would hit India the hardest. → Read More

4 Reasons to be Skeptical About Facebook's Libra Cryptocurrency

Libra comes with big promises, but will it really solve unsolved problems, and can it survive regulatory pushback and consumer mistrust? → Read More

Foreign Companies Can List on a Chinese Stock Exchange for the First Time

China's Huatai is the first company to take advantage of the new London-Shanghai Stock Connect investment link. But who else will follow? → Read More

Huawei Delays Its Foldable Mate X Phone As It Faces a Trifecta of Market Headwinds

Originally due in mid-2019, the Mate X will come out in September. → Read More

Facebook's Legal Outlook in the EU Is Looking Increasingly Shaky—Thanks to One Lawyer's Efforts

Facebook nemesis Max Schrems can go ahead and sue the company in his native Austria, the country's supreme court has ruled. → Read More

Radiohead Got Hacked—And Is Making the Most of It

The British band's response will give a boost to Extinction Rebellion, the climate emergency movement. → Read More

Should Alexa Provide Evidence In Court? The German Government Is Split On the Issue

Germany's interior ministry is keen on using smart device data in court, but the justice ministry has privacy concerns. → Read More

British Spies Tried to End Tech's Encryption Debate. But Their 'Ghost Proposal' Only Rekindled It

Apple, Microsoft and Google have rejected a plan that would've allowed law enforcement to eavesdrop on communication. → Read More

The U.K. Conservative Party Once Swore It Was Pro-Business. Thanks to Brexit, Now It's Just Swearing

The prime minister race has already devolved into a expletive-laden debate over Brexit. → Read More

Rare Earths, Boeing Warning, Recession Warning: CEO Daily for May 29, 2019

Must-read business news, delivered every morning. → Read More

Why Electrification Is Powering Fiat Chrysler's Renault Merger Ambitions

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has been a laggard on the electrification front. Pairing up with Renault would help it catch up. → Read More

The Largest Free Trade Deal in Nearly a Quarter-Century Seeks to Make Africa a Single Market

While the U.S. and U.K. are turning their backs on multilateral free trade agreements, Africa is headed in the opposite direction. → Read More

Theresa May Is Quitting As British Prime Minister. Business Won't Like What Comes Next

Within months, the U.K. will likely be governed either by fans of a hard Brexit, or the hard left. Neither would be pro-business. → Read More

Qualcomm Antitrust, ARM and Huawei, Avon Sale: CEO Daily for May 22, 2019

Must-read business news, delivered every morning. → Read More

What Killed Jamie Oliver's Restaurant Chain?

The Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group has closed almost all its locations in the U.K., following years of financial difficulties. → Read More

Where Google's Ban Will Hurt Huawei the Most

Europe has been a big part of Huawei's rapid ascent in the smartphone market, but consumers there won't buy phones without Google services. → Read More

A New Google Antitrust Probe Could Spell Trouble for Its Auto Domination Plans

Italy's competition watchdog is investigating Google for refusing to integrate an app from Europe's largest utility into Android Auto. → Read More

Bayer Has Now Lost Over 44% of Its Value Since Its Monsanto Merger

A third Roundup-cancer verdict against Bayer took the company's stock down to an almost seven-year low. → Read More

How Viable Are AOC's Green New Deal Energy Proposals? Just Ask Europe

Europe has tested two of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's proposals—with valuable results. → Read More