Posted September 23, 2021
The technology for creating the most basic building block of a true smart city simply does not exist yet. It involves what would be the city's smallest, most numerous, most important sensors. Right now, they have a crucial flaw...
Posted September 21, 2021
Toast has provided its crucial restaurant payment and management software to restaurant owners and businesses during the time of COVID-19 hardships, and now the company is on the verge of going public.
Posted August 26, 2021
The money being thrown at making “smart cities” a reality is getting pretty substantial. The problem is that the futuristic image we picture when we hear that term is a myth...
Posted July 15, 2021
Despite the victorious vibe that electric vehicle-makers are already exuding with regard to the future of the auto market, there's a big fat reason why electric cars just might fail, and fail big...
Posted May 12, 2021
Editor Jason Williams is all for saving the planet, but without this one company's technology, he sees the EV industry dead in the water. Here's how one company will change the future.
Posted April 29, 2021
Thanks to a very recent technological innovation, ammonia fuel can now be produced cheaply, with zero carbon emission, using only air, water, and electricity. This story is gaining momentum, and the tiny company that’s acquired the IP rights to the production process is set to soar.
Posted March 11, 2021
Despite what the mainstream media have been telling you for decades now, the future of consumer and commercial transportation is not electric. It also won't be gas-powered… Instead, it will be a combination of the two, and it will all be made possible by a marvel of modern science — a wonder fuel — that few people even know exists.
Posted February 9, 2021
Bumble, the second-highest grossing dating app in the world, has been preparing itself for its first date with the public markets. The company seeks to raise about $1.8 billion and is set to go public on Thursday, February 11.
Posted January 5, 2021
Slack (NYSE: WORK) started off the new year at a low point. For most people, it was the first day back to work after the holidays, and they couldn’t even log into Slack to start their first workday of 2021. Early Monday morning, Slack reported that a global outage was having a significant impact on its platform.
Posted December 15, 2020
Despite everything that was thrown at us in 2020, we’re getting through it better than anyone expected. It was a record-breaking year for the IPO market, and that success could easily continue into 2021. Here are some IPOs to keep an eye on as we go into the new year...
Posted November 12, 2020
No chemicals, no permanent changes, no side effects. You can use this device to steer your mental condition based on six settings: happy, calm, sleepy, alert, focus, and relax. The best part: The stock is already public.
Posted November 10, 2020
DoorDash could be on the verge of going public very soon, especially now that it has overcome a major legal hurdle in California. Proposition 22 has passed which means that gig companies, like DoorDash, Instacart, Uber (NYSE: UBER), and Lyft (NASDAQ: LYFT), can retain their drivers as independent contractors...
Posted August 18, 2020
At the start of 2020, an IPO from Airbnb seemed inevitable and it was expected to be massive. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit and those plans came to a screeching halt. Now, with a little more optimism in the IPO market, there is speculation about the possibility of Airbnb filing for its IPO this month.
Posted August 16, 2020
Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA), a zero-emissions vehicle upstart, has quickly become one of the trendiest stocks of 2020, but recently, concerns have surfaced that the company’s core technologies might not actually work. Wealth Daily contributor Samuel Taube investigates…
Posted August 1, 2020
Last week, the CEOs of Apple, Alphabet, Facebook, and Amazon were grilled by Congress in a tech antitrust hearing. Was the Congressional action just political theater, or could it have real consequences for investors? Wealth Daily contributor Samuel Taube investigates…