Adobe’s acquisition of Figma is about the long-term shift in the design value chain; it paid so much because there was no other reason for Figma to sell.
More Unity drama, which validates the ironSource deal. Then, games might not be recession proof, and why Amazon bought iRobot.
Amazon acquired One Medical, emphasizing its commitment to the health care space; what are the reasons for both optimism and skepticism?
Unity’s ironSource acquisition makes sense in isolation, but there are reasons to be concerned about the overall direction of the company.
Unity’s merger with ironSource makes lots of sense, plus more on live sports and the Internet, and tough questions raised by Elon Musk and Uber
Uber raises philosophical questions about ends versus means; Elon Musk’s actions with Twitter raise similar questions.
Shopify’s earnings were disappointing; worse, they were confusing. The company knows its mission, but needs to clarify its strategy
Twitter accepted Elon Musk’s offer; the nature of his financing suggests what might come next. After that, though, is more uncertain than ever.
Elon Musk doesn’t just own a part of Twitter; now he’s on the board, in a move that has been in the works for a while. Plus, my experience as a Gogoro owner.
Akamai’s acquisition of Linode makes lots of sense, even if Linode’s customers won’t be happy. The real winner, though, is Cloudflare.