A ladybug crawls on a paloverde flower in Joshua Tree National Park, California.
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With the world losing species at an alarming rate, a conservation biologist explains how ideas about protecting biodiversity have evolved over the past 40 years.
A sign board in Toronto’s financial district shows the Toronto Stock Exchange’s market value and gain.
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Why are so many entrepreneurs in Canada avoiding going public, and what are the consequences for our economy?
With no physical form, the cryptocurrency Bitcoin is difficult to analyse and its trading patterns challenging to discern.
Bitcoin trading is difficult to predict, but artificial neural networks may be able to discern patterns.
Apple may seem a giant, but by some measures it’s not.
Apple became the world’s ‘biggest’ company because of its sky-high valuation. But in the past, the largest companies were known for more meaningful metrics such as revenue and number of employes.
The record level of the price-to-earnings ratio for equities is increasingly worrying. But how do we determine whether the price of a stock – or an exchange – is valued at its fair price or overvalued?
The unicorn bubble could be about to pop.
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Behind the sky-high valuations of tech startups with no profit lies a structural problem supporting them.
Twitter has been valued as high as US$31 billion, but can the valuation be justified?
Social media darling Twitter ended last week with US$2.3 billion wiped off its market valuation, following a 7.24% fall in its share price on the second day it traded. Despite the slip, the share price…