Month: July 2021

The idea of a 4-day workweek has been pulled back into the spotlight thanks to the pandemic shifting America’s perspective on work. A November 2020 survey of more than 2,000 office workers worldwide found that 74% of respondents said they supported a four day workweek. There’s precedent for American businesses, including Wall Street itself, to
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MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor on Friday defended his enterprise software company’s debt-financed purchases of bitcoin, telling CNBC he sees buying the cryptocurrency right now as comparable to investing in Facebook in the social network’s early days. “We’ve got $2.2 billion of debt and we pay about 1.5% interest, and we have a very long time
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Jeff Bezos, owner of Blue Origin, introduces a new lunar landing module called Blue Moon during an event at the Washington Convention Center, May 9, 2019 in Washington, DC. Mark Wilson | Getty Images The U.S. Government Accountability Office on Friday denied protests from companies affiliated with Jeff Bezos that NASA wrongly awarded a lucrative
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Penn National (NASDAQ:PENN) has generated profits in each of the last two quarters — and the company’s first-quarter results were particularly impressive. But that’s not the only reason to like PENN stock. Source: Casimiro PT / Shutterstock.com On top of its quarterly performance, Penn National also looks critically well-positioned to benefit from a meaningful expansion
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Jul.30 — One of the most iconic brands in financial television returns for today’s issues and today’s world. This edition of Wall Street Week features Romaine Bostick’s interviews with WallStreetBets Founder Jaime Rogozinski, Former SEC Counsel Thomas Gorman, Advisors Capital Management Portfolio Manager JoAnne Feeney, Jefferies Chief U.S. Financial Economist Aneta Markowska, Mediatech Capital Managing
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Jul.30 — WallStreetBets founder Jaime Rogozinski says that Robinhood’s IPO shouldn’t be judged by its IPO session because of similar volatility following Facebook’s IPO. He says that those who comment on the post-IPO volatility sound more like meme-stock investors than sophisticated investors. He joins alongside Former SEC Counsel Thomas Gorman on “Bloomberg Wall Street Week.
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