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'We will see spectacular failures': CEOs and investors explain what the end of cheap money means for tech

‘We will see spectacular failures’: CEOs and investors explain what the end of cheap money means for tech

Guillaume Pousaz, CEO and founder of payment platform Checkout.com, speaking on stage at the Web Summit 2022 technology conference. Horace Villalobos | Getty Images LISBON, Portugal β€” Once upon a time, high-flying tech unicorns are getting their wings clipped as the era of easy money draws to a close. That was the message from the …

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'The old British growth model is dead': what a long-term weak pound means for Britain

‘The old British growth model is dead’: what a long-term weak pound means for Britain

A British one pound coin sits in this arranged photograph in London, UK Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images LONDON β€” The exchange rate of the pound sterling against the American dollars has been on a roller coaster ride for the past few months. After a year of steady decline, it plunged to an all-time …

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2 real estate experts break down the implications of institutional investors and crowdfunding platforms entering the crowded real estate market, and what it means for potential buyers

2 real estate experts break down the implications of institutional investors and crowdfunding platforms entering the crowded real estate market, and what it means for potential buyers

Institutional investors have recently come under fire for eating up market share in real estate. Meanwhile, crowdfunding platforms have promised to democratize housing markets for retail investors. Two industry experts have shared their thoughts on what’s really going on behind the scenes. Real estate has been a hot commodity over the past couple of years, …

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The low-code no-code market continues to grow, which means changes in technology roles

The low-code no-code market continues to grow, which means changes in technology roles

Image: Hinterhaus Productions/Getty The low-code and no-code market – encouraging the rise of citizen developers, as well as the acceleration of software development – is now large and will double in size over the next five years. Recent research from ISG values ​​the market at around $25 billion at present, and this sector is expected …

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