Every year since 1987 John Lee has put the maximum allowed into personal equity plans (Peps), and their successor, today's Individual Savings Accounts (Isas). By 2003 his investments were worth more than
There's a Warren Buffett quote that's something akin to: When the tide goes out, you can see who's been swimming naked. That's the theme of a note this morning from SocGen analyst Kit Juckes, who says
Every six months, the Top500 organization reveals its list of the world’s fastest supercomputers. And for the past few lists, there’s been a lot of movement. In June 2011, it was Japan’s “K” supercomputer.
Next up: Machines that understand you and everything you care about, anticipate your behavior and emotions, absorb your social graph, interpret your intentions, and make life, um, “easier.” You’re walking
The volume of Google searches for finance-related terms may predict moves in markets, research suggests. As the search volume on generic terms such as "debt", "portfolio" and "stocks" fell, the Dow Jones
Ever since I bought my first Macintosh for college over 20 years ago, I’ve been a big fan of Apple. I love their products. I love their stores. I even love the very idea of Apple. My family and I are embedded