He’s known as Japan’s Warren Buffett, worth an estimated $US22.9 billion, but unlike Buffett, Masayoshi Son seems to prefer companies at the leading edge of technology and innovation.
It’s no longer enough for office owners to lease floor space and provide basic services. Millennials simply don’t like being shoved into a sterile room for eight hours a day, says Hub Australia founder Brad Krauskopf.
If you invested $US10,000 in PayPal when it listed in July 2015 at $US38, your investment would now be worth more than $US25,000 as the shares close in on the $US100 mark.
From a world without drivers to the end of cash and even ownership, here are five trends that will shake up your life.
The incorporation of forward-thinking technology is taking the finance world by storm – so much so that a new breed of technology-focused financial start-ups – fintech for short – has emerged to change the way local consumers manage their money.