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  • Apple’s New Criminal Appeal

    Give Apple Inc. this: It can still capture the consumer zeitgeist. Unfortunately, common sense doesn't always come quite so naturally. When Apple updated its privacy policy yesterday, with much self-congratulation, it noted that the security features in... Read More >>

    Ready For An All-New Personal Liberty Digest?

    Sometime Sunday evening, our tech team will push a button and the all-new Personal Liberty Digest™ will appear. The redesign of the site was driven by a need to give Personal Liberty a fresh look and to make it more user-friendly for the growing number... Read More >>

    One Of These Things Is Not Like The Other

    As US equity markets explode higher at the open this morning (Dow over 17,300 and S&P testing 2,020) extending the week's gains to 2%, we thought it intriguing that Treasury yields are now lower on the week... long live the Queen (Janet not Elizabeth),... Read More >>

    Goldman Sachs Warns Tesla Will Need To Raise At Least Another $6 Billion

    Following a plant tour to TSLA, Goldman is confident that the company will meet its 2014 production objectives. However, what keeps them more guarded is the aggressive timetable of the gigafactory as well as a potential escalation of capital needs given the... Read More >>

    Silver Buyers Keep Stacking And Demand Higher … Yet Prices Fall

    The silver price has remained subdued this year, falling just less than 5% year-to-date, and is now near a 14 month low. Naturally, investor psychology has been affected by the price weakness. Quoted today in Bloomberg News, Mark O’Byrne, director of... Read More >>

    The Power Of Changed Minds

    Should any Republican step to any microphone and announce he has changed his mind on global warming, the press will hail him as a hero. He has taken new evidence, processed it, and changed his mind. Should any Republican do the same on gay marriage, tax... Read More >>

    Alibaba Is All Of These Companies Rolled Into One

    Alibaba’s initial public offering is likely to be the biggest the world has ever seen. The scale of the thing has led many to compare the huge Chinese company to familiar internet giants in the West, such as Amazon. But the company isn’t just the... Read More >>

    This Putin Buddy Is Going To Make A Bundle From The Alibaba IPO

    Russia’s richest man, Alisher Usmanov, is about to get a little richer. The oligarch, steel baron, and tech investor, whose net worth is estimated at $16.3 billion, invested in Alibaba multiple times, including in 2011, when the company was worth about... Read More >>

    All The Irresponsible Things Marissa Mayer Could Do With Yahoo’s Alibaba IPO Windfall

    Once the dust from Alibaba’s mammoth IPO is settled, Yahoo is going to have a lot more cash to play with. The US internet company was expected to sell nearly 140 million shares into the eagerly anticipated offering last night, raising $9 billion, for... Read More >>

    Yahoo Has To Make Its Windfall Count After Alibaba IPO

    Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer has some big decisions on her plate now that the long-awaited Alibaba IPO (NYSE: BABA) is here and the stock starts trading tomorrow (Friday). Yahoo figures to get a massive windfall from its... Read More >>

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