Tag: social media

Global Trends
Chris MacIntosh

Who’s Rigging Elections Again?

This is a follow on from last week’s article about how the left possibly handed Trump the 2020 election. In that article I said: There was — and is — election meddling taking place, but it’s not from the Russians. Rather it’s from Silicon Valley companies, which today control the

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General Investing
Chris MacIntosh

The Tick Is Clocking For Social Media Giants

Every second, on average, around 6,000 tweets are tweeted on Twitter. That’s over 350,000 tweets a minute, and 500 million tweets each day, or around 200 billion tweets per year. It’s a lot. Turning to Facebook, we find the following: In Q2 2018, there were over 2.23 billion monthly active Facebook users

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A Bull Market in PR

The World Cup is on. I sat and watched a game on the weekend with my son. “Dad, that guy completely faked that fall. Couldn’t the ref see that?” My son, who watches precious little television noticed immediately how many of the players were pretending to be hurt at the

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A Natural Born Business Builder

Mark and I have made no secret of our investing in a technology incubator. We first mentioned why we like incubators, we then interviewed founder and tech wonk Dan Faiman, and recently I spoke with Donald Danks, who is a partner in the firm and an integral part of management

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Japan – A Budget to be Proud Of!

We interrupt this broadcast to bring you some terrific news – Direct to you from the BOJ… “Beloved citizens, “On the 24th of December, 2011 the Japanese Cabinet approved a draft budget for the 2012 fiscal year. The numbers reveal that we, Japan, have proved once and for all that

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