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Robinhood Launches IPO, CEO Vlad Tenev Responds

Robinhood Launches IPO, CEO Vlad Tenev Responds
Robinhood is now officially trading on the NYSE. At the initial price of $38 per share (a 32 billion dollar valuation), Robinhood hopes to ride the wave of recent IPOs and gain even more leverage Read more

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Restaurant Sales Are Up, But Foot Traffic Is Down. Why Is That?
November 23, 2022
   The third quarter was a good quarter for chain restaurants. However, more sales do not necessarily translate into more customers. Lisa Miller, President, Lisa W. Miller & Read more
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High Turnover in Diversity Roles is a Reflection of Unrealistic Expectations
November 23, 2022
Diversity roles, specifically diversity and inclusion managers, have been the second fastest growing job title in the last five years according to LinkedIn. Yet, these positions are also experiencing a Read more
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New FCC Broadband Map Crowdsources Regulation of Broadband Availability
November 23, 2022
This week the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released its new broadband availability maps to cheers from the larger telecom industry. With this new set of FCC maps, a huge win for Read more
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Robinhood Launches IPO, CEO Vlad Tenev Responds
July 29, 2021
Robinhood is now officially trading on the NYSE. At the initial price of $38 per share (a 32 billion dollar valuation), Robinhood hopes to ride the wave of recent IPOs and gain even more leverage Read more
Hilton Beats Expectations on Heavy Demand for U.S. Vacations
July 29, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. reported better-than-expected results for the second quarter, as travelers made up for lost vacations. The company reported adjusted earnings Read more
Clean Energy Producers Are Eyeing Old Coal Plants—for the Wiring
July 22, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- As demand for clean energy surges, would-be developers are struggling to find enough transmission lines to carry power to the people. One increasingly popular solution: retired Read more
WATCH: Jeff Bezos’ First Interview After Returning from Space
July 21, 2021
Amazon.com co-founder Jeff Bezos returned safely from Blue Origin's first-ever crewed space flight. Tune in below to watch his first televised interview and hear his initial reactions after Read more
How Blue Origin Kept Jeff Bezos and Team Safe
July 20, 2021
Blue Origin New Shepard Design Senior Director Garry Lai discusses the precautions the company has taken to prepare for their first manned space flight carrying owner Jeff Bezos, and the safety Read more
Key Takeaways From the June U.S. Retail Sales Data
July 19, 2021
US Retail sales jumped .6% in June over May and 18% over June of last year. Tune in below as Stacey Widlitz, president of SW Retail Advisors, breaks down the June U.S. retail numbers and what Read more
What are the Details Behind Apple’s Forthcoming ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Service?
July 16, 2021
Apple Inc. is working on a new service that will let consumers pay for any Apple Pay purchase in installments over time, rivaling the “buy now, pay later” offerings popularized by services from Read more
Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida on Lowering Cost of Electric Vehicles
July 14, 2021
In 2019, the average cost of a new electric car was $55,600. However, according to the same data the average cost of a new car at that same point in time was only $36,600. Nissan's CEO Makoto Read more
Richard Branson Reflects on Being in Space, What it Means for Virgin Galactic’s Future
July 12, 2021
Virgin Galactic completed a successful test flight to space last weekend, signaling a massive jump in the space tourism market. On board was none other than Virgin Founder Sir Richard Branson Read more