Legendary carmaker Volvo has gone through all sorts of moves over the years, attempting a merger with Saab and then Renault before passing into the hands of Ford and finally being taken over by Chinese manufacturer Geely.
Professor Jacquet paints a vivid picture of Orsted, the world's largest offshore wind energy developer, accounting for 29% of global capacity and producing 88% of its energy from renewable sources. But Orsted is dependent on wind to make a profit.
Square is growing in the world of credit payments with the acquisition of Australian fractional payments company Afterpay and Professor Jacquet analyzes the deal and what this growing market represents. The U.S.-based digital payments company, founded by Twitter boss Jack Dorsey, has paid a $29 billion stock price.
Professor Dominique Jacquet provides a comprehensive analysis of the company, which was founded in 2009 and went public in 2015, a full-service payment management company with a market capitalization of 124 billion.
On August 5, Mercado Libre published its most recent figures, showing an explosion of the stock and revenues. At the same time, Amazon posted its figures showing that, in terms of international markets, it had fallen where the company founded by Marcos Galperin in 1999 had succeeded...
In a detailed analysis, Professor Jacquet reveals how the South American company succeeded where others failed.
Richard Branson never does things the same way as everyone else, whether it's music, railroading or... the conquest of space. Welcome to Truth-Or-Dare New Mexico where a real spaceport is being built...