What Comes After the Pop?

by NEAL FREYMAN | Morning Brew The fizzle. Some of the biggest companies to IPO in 2020 and early 2021 are finding the public markets to be less inviting than a middle school boy’s treehouse. The Renaissance IPO ETF, which holds a number of public companies that IPOed within the last two years, has fallen […]

Watch a Video of Tesla’s Cybertruck Zipping Through NYC

By SUZANNE HUMPHRIES | reviewgeek On Saturday, New Yorkers got a rare glimpse of Tesla’s still-unreleased Cybertruck as it cruised past Manhattan’s Radio City Music Hall just before Elon Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live. Shortly after, Tesla tweeted a brief video of the drive. Tesla’s video netted an inevitable, though underwhelming, response from Musk who tweeted “Great […]

Conflict escalates in contested holy city

Violence Spreads on Day Israel Marks Control of Jerusalem By Bloomberg (Bloomberg) — Palestinians clashed with Israeli police on a volatile hilltop shrine in Jerusalem early Monday, as weeks of violence threatened to spiral on the day Israel celebrates its control over the contested holy city. By Alisa Odenheimer | Daily Maverick Palestinians hurled rocks, […]

Bitcoin tax warning in South Africa (local news)

by Staff Writer | MyBroadband South Africans who are investing in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin should be aware of the tax implications as the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has cryptocurrency trading firmly in its sights. This is the warning from Thomas Lobban, legal manager for cross-border taxation at Tax Consulting South Africa. SARS has recently started […]