Posted on November 04, 2018
Revenue, market capitalization and brand value. We read about these things almost every day. They are all mentioned when talking about the success (or failure) of companies, but why are they so different? We explain all of them and their connection through the example of Apple, the biggest (public) company.
Posted on October 28, 2018
The GDP of the world totals up to $80 trillion. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of this production is centered around important hubs on every continent. Some changes may come to the leaders, but the giants are holding their places. But how much money is $80 trillion? It would take Apple more than 300 years to have that much sales.
Posted on October 21, 2018
What makes a passport powerful? Mostly visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel for citizens holding the passport, but there might be other factors too. We collected the three biggest indices that rank passports by strenght. Developed western countries usually top the lists.
Posted on October 14, 2018
The SEC fined Elon Musk and Tesla for $20 million each because of Musk’s tweets about taking Tesla private. According to their settlement, the Tesla founder can remain the CEO of the company, but he has to resign as the chairman in 45 days. Tesla prices were on a serious rollercoaster during the fiasco, and the ride may not be over.
Posted on October 07, 2018
One of the biggest financial crises of the world started ten years ago. Since then the economy got back on its feet but this had a price. How have politics, monetary policies, financial regulations and markets changed since then? We have the answers!