The sharing economy’s limits. Also: Government contract trouble and AI hedge funds. — FTN DAILY EDITION #120, Economics and Business
The sharing economy has limits. But which?
Given the perceived potential of the sharing economy it is easy to exaggerate its promise.
When the rubber meets the road
A Content Delivery Network learnt the hard way how government contracts work.
As hard as their employees try, however, it’s still a public institution and bureaucracy is rooted deep.
Not so fast
Millenials are less entrepreneurial than thought.
But the truth is that most businesses fail, and the hype and mainstream appeal of entrepreneurship does not reflect the reality of the millennial employment marketplace.
Hedge your bets
AI driven hedge funds are all the rage now.
Even the apparent skeptics are embracing the trend.
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