Musk is always somewhere in the news cycle, but there have been few headline-worthy provocations in recent months.
A year ago, Musk was officially worth about $20 billion. Two weeks ago, he became the world’s second-richest person, with a fortune estimated at $128 billion.
The entire Western economy has consistently relied on theft to establish inalienable rights of ownership over what are essentially vaporous ideas.
The digital émigré trend is gaining such momentum that governments are beginning to take notice.
Will anything convince the super-rich to rein in their appetite and recognize a hunger for justice?
In this edition of the Interview, Fair Observer talks to Siddhesh Sharma, a third-generation scion of Baidyanath and president of the company.
The current coronavirus pandemic has magnified the essentially perverse logic at the core of today’s economy.
Governments must enact policies judiciously to keep small businesses alive because they provide jobs, economic dynamism and social stability.