They always have a choice.
I think you are being a bit optimistic if you expect to find actual scientists having proper scientific discussions with each other when government funding is involved.
Sounds like it was both observed and not observed
damn it - fat fingered the informative upvote.
Forget the blackjack.
You only own what you can defend.
thrillseeker writes "A Google Ventures backed brokerage is offering $0 commisson per trade in an invitation-only sign up process. Per their FAQ they say they will require no minimum balance and describe how they will make their money: Robinhood will offer margin trading as well as API access. We also plan to offer premium services for active investors in the future. Robinhood is venture-funded by Google, Andreessen Horowitz and many others, which affords us the freedom to focus on building a wonderful brokerage experience rather than short-term profits."
They're that good!
A word other than negotiation is in order if American taxpayers ended up footing the bill.
That slasheadline is completely askew to the article (and the original headline).
it's one thing for governments, who have some legitimacy in what they're doing, but have other people doing it
... it's not going to happen
Well Mr. Schmidt - from where do you think governments derive their legitimacy?
Do you think AWS will continue if it's eventually found to be nonprofitable?
Well, guess who has bad breath.
Note to actors: Do not look into spotlight with remaining eye.