Paul Hartmann AG is a 200 year old German company active in the healthcare sector, This is how they describe themselves:
“Bad Blood” was one of the few books that I had actually preordered as I usually prefer more “seasoned” books.
I was not disappointed. “Bad Blood” is written by WSJ journalist John Carreyrou who also broke the initial story on Theranos, the once high-flying Silicon Valley Tech startup.
A very critical post on Tripadvisor
John Kingham (UK Valueinvestor) doesn’t like British Telecom
Morgan Housel is on a roll and is writing one great piece after another: Useful hacks
So true: Life is more than compounding money
Why Microsft paid so much for GitHub
Some pitches from Whitney Tilson’s short selling conference
Paid online marketing is addictive but often not creating any real value
Criteo is one of the few Non-US success stories in the Tech sector. Criteo was founded in France in 2005 and quickly became one of the leading “Adtech” companies in the world. Criteo successfully IPOed 2013 on the NAsdaq and quickly reached a market cap of more than 3 bn USD.
Criteo is an “Adtech” company. What it does is the following: It is primarily a tech version of the classical Advertising Agencies: Clients use Criteo to maximise the value of their online ad dollars spent which should turn into as many clicks and sales dollars as possible.