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Shale Markets, Llc / In Focus: Energy Transition Is Not Moving Forward - It Is Leaping Towards Net-zero Goal
By Adrijana Buljan Not long has passed since the first industry and governmental commitments to making concrete moves towards cleaner energy and shipping sectors. The road of the global energy transition started with... ... Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today.
Melio, a B2B Payments Fintech for SMEs, Secures $250M via Series D Crowdfund Insider. : Melio, a B2B payments platform for SMEs, reveals that it has acquired an additional $250 million in capital, which has now tripled the firm's valuation to around $4 billion since January of this year. The funds acquired should help with supporting the firm's business expansion efforts via key partnerships with established financial institutions, software service providers, and marketplaces looking to provide B2B payments for clients.
Arizona Senate Candidate Blake Master's Plans To Tackle Big Tech's 'predatory' Business Practices | The Daily Caller
'They're just too big': Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters wants to break up Big Tech and ban their business practices he believes are harmful. "I think Republicans need to reacquaint themselves with their history of antitrust enforcement, and realize huge concentrations of power in private hands can violate people's liberties just as much as government," Masters said in an interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation. Masters, who announced his candidacy in July, serves as chief operating officer at investment firm Thiel Capital and runs the Thiel Foundation, a philanthropic organization founded by billionaire investor and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel.
In this week's fund news, Goldman offers share classes to support scholarships for Black women; a Senate proposal threatens ETFs' tax efficiency; and Northern Trust hires a new CIO.
The Sweet Deal That Virginia Gop Governor Candidate Glenn Youngkin's Foundation Gives To A Church And Christian Retreat
The former Carlyle Group co-CEO and his wife donated two LLCs that own two pieces of land worth a total of $9 million to their foundation, which then rents the land out to a church and a Christian retreat center for $1 each a year.
Innovation-focused guru increases exposure to SPACs, pharma and tech stocks, trims CRISPR Therapeutics stake. : Catherine Wood (Trades, Portfolio) disclosed last week her firm, ARK Investment PZN Management, made a number of changes to its portfolio in August. Wood, who is the founder, chief investment officer and CEO of the New York-based firm, has made a name for herself through investing in "disruptive innovation" stocks. Implementing an iterative process that combines top-down and bottom-up research, ARK Investment seeks to invest in companies that may benefit from cross-sector innovations like artificial intelligence, robotics, energy storage, DNA sequencing and blockchain technology.
"Hedge fund vampire" Heath Freeman is biting into Miami's luxury home market. Freeman, managing director of New York-based Alden Global Capital, picked up a waterfront mansion in Camp Biscayne, a gated Coconut Grove community, for $19 million, records show. Freeman financed the purchase with a $12.4 million loan from Wells Fargo Bank. The sellers of the 9,700-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-bathroom house at 3503 Main Lodge Drive in Miami are David J. Ivler and his wife, Jessica. The post "Hedge fund vampire" bites into waterfront Coconut Grove mansion for $19M appeared first on The Real Deal New York.
ONGC, Oil India stand to gain, but downstream players may feel the heat. : Global energy markets always see some turmoil as the northern winter approaches and demand for fuel oil and gas rises. This year could see bigger spikes than usual because apart from normal seasonal demand, global economic activity may accelerate due to wider vaccination coverage. Taking the Indian crude basket as a benchmark, crude prices rose from $50 per barrel in December 2020 to $74.2 in August.