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July 4, 2022

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are both terms that have become murky through over-use and misuse. Investors are increasingly sceptical of companies claiming their technology is powered by AI, says Gabriel Douville, principal of Sectoral Asset Management Inc.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are both terms that have become murky through over-use and misuse. Investors are increasingly sceptical of companies claiming their technology is powered by AI.

They question if, in fact, the promised mechanics are little more than computer-driven automation or merely standard multiple, or even single, linear regressions. Deeper investigation often reveals the software does not begin to approach sophisticated ML or deep-learning (DL) algorithms.

October 4, 2021

Agnelli family’s Exor unites Ferrari with former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive, Alexandra Ford English in driving seat of global Ford merchandising, Extra time for Rothermere bid to take Daily Mail trust private.

Agnelli family’s Exor unites Ferrari with former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive

John Elkann, the Agnelli family scion in control of Ferrari, anticipates “great things” from a new long-term collaboration with Sir Jony Ive, the design mastermind of Apple products.

June 11, 2021

Mills family sells majority Medline stake in $34 billion private equity ‘club deal’, Ferrero takes another bite out of biscuit market with $509 million Burton’s deal, Auto heiress Alexandra Ford English becomes first female Ford director.

Mills family sells majority Medline stake in $34 billion private equity ‘club deal’

The fourth-generation Mills family which owns Medline Industries, the largest US privately held manufacturer and distributor of healthcare supplies, looks set to seal one of the largest private equity deals since the Global Financial Crisis.

January 20, 2021

Two brothers sharing ownership in a successful fourth-generation concrete business had a bitter falling-out triggered by an unlikely issue: a sailboat. The older sibling accused his younger brother of dipping into the company till to support his racing habit.

Two brothers sharing ownership in a successful fourth-generation concrete business had a bitter falling-out triggered by an unlikely issue: a sailboat. The older sibling accused his younger brother of dipping into the company till to support his racing habit.

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