Stephen E. Arnold: Is Palantir In Big Trouble?

Commerce, Corruption, Government, IO Impotency
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Palantir Technologies: A Problem for Intelware Competitors?

The Palantir Technologies initial public offering is looming. Pundits are excited; for example, “Palantir Has A Long Uphill Battle Towards Customer Acquisition, But Benefits From Stickiness And Contract Expansion” makes clear that the journey to profitability may be like the Beatles observed: A long and winding road. Others are focused on churn; for example, “5 things to Know about Palantir’s Upcoming IPO.” DarkCyber’s response: “Just five?”

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