Uber’s IPO filing is officially upon us and there was much rejoicing… or, at least, plenty of takes; Disney outlined its streaming video plans and in doing so it both put Apple to shame and fired a warning shot at Netflix, and, of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.
Uber unveils IPO with warning it may never make a profit (Reuters)
Alphabet Is Uber IPO’s Surprise Winner With Potential $5 Billion Stake (Forbes)
Uber’s Venture Investors Set for a Windfall (WSJ)
Disney+ app and worldwide rollout plans revealed (Engadget)
Disney+ streaming service will be available starting Nov. 12 for $6.99 a month (CNBC)
Weekend Longreads Suggestions:
The basics of modern AI—how does it work and will it destroy society this year? (ArsTechnica)
FOXCONN IS CONFUSING THE HELL OUT OF WISCONSIN (The Verge)
The man behind Huawei (The Los Angeles Times)
The Improbable Rise of Huawei (Foreign Policy)
Inside the Biotech Startup That Wants to Extend Your Life (OneZero)
VIDEO OF APPLE’S W.A.L.T. IN ACTION – THE 1993-EDITION IPHONE (Sonny Dickson)
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