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Share this chart Editor's Remarks: At what point does a startup graduate into a fully-fledged multinational? Once it reaches a $50bn valuation, perhaps? Not in the case of Uber, which is valued at an estimated $68bn and still labelled by many as a startup. In any case, the San Francisco-based company reported net losses of $2.8bn in 2016 due largely to its aggressive expansion into over 70 countries. On the flip side, it reported net revenues of $6.5bn, which was higher than Yahoo, Twitter, Snapchat or Airbnb. Furthermore, the significant number of Chinese players in the above chart shows th

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Share this chart Editor's Remarks: It is widely known that Tesla is a loss-making company; in fact, its losses correlate almost perfectly with its R&D expenses. In 2016, the California-based automaker reported an annual loss of $889m, which was more or less equal to how much it spent on innovation that year. This is in line with Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s master plan; in 2006, he announced a 10-year timeframe to build a sports car, then use the proceeds to build an affordable car, before using that money to build a yet cheaper automobile. With Tesla's much-awaited Model 3 due to start produ

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Share this chart Editor's Remarks: The iPhone is far from being considered a bargain option in the UK or the US - particularly with its latest upgrade, which will see Brits and Americans fork out around $815 and $898 for the 128-gigabyte iPhone 7 respectively. Yet compared to some other countries, Apple’s latest smartphone looks far less dear. According to Deustche Bank’s latest ‘Mapping the World ‘s Prices’ report, consumers will have to shell out almost $400 more than in the US to get it in some other places. Despite Turkey’s GDP capita standing at less than a sixth of the US

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Share this chart Editor's Remarks: Snap Inc’s shares plummeted around 23.5% yesterday off the back of its earnings report, which turned out to be a disappointment despite being its first since the company’s blockbuster IPO. But the figures confirmed what many bearish investors had thought after its huge initial valuation: that slowing user growth and revenues wouldn’t be able to support the hype, particularly faced with Facebook’s feature-poaching onslaught. Audience growth fell short of analysts’ expectations as Snapchat gained only 8 million new daily active users in the first qu

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