The rise of alternative-data has enabled data scientists to find some compelling, albeit bizarre, correlations that could have applications to the financial markets.
Mattress company Casper has pitched a significantly lower valuation in its initial public offering than its last funding round in one of the first major tests of Wall Street’s appetite for lossmaking groups since the collapse of the WeWork IPO.
Regulatory uncertainty in the U.S. remains the top barrier for companies working in the crypto and digital asset space.
Credit Suisse Group Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam used his new Instagram account to deny he sought out negative information about an employee at the bank.
Top executives of big technology companies are presenting global policy makers with an unusual message from an industry once antagonistic to government intervention: Regulate us.