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reuters.com 10hours ago

Goldman-backed Fintech Startup Marqeta Launches In Europe | Reuters

Marqeta, a U.S. financial technology startup that helps young companies including digital-only banks issue payment cards, has expanded into Europe, the company said on Sunday.
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investmentweek.co.uk 34 minutes ago

Alliance Trust Savings Sold To Interactive Investor For PS40M

Adviser and D2C platform Alliance Trust Savings has been sold by parent Alliance Trust to Interactive Investor (ii) for PS40m, to create a combined platform with PS35bn AUA.
Read by 43% of LPs

autonews.com 44 minutes ago

Cox Automotive To Shed Staff As It Restructures

Cox Automotive plans to cut more jobs as the company restructures its priorities in a shifting industry landscape. : Cox Automotive plans to cut more jobs as the company restructures its priorities in a shifting industry landscape. The new layoffs, after a round last year, come as Cox digests several acquisitions made over the past decade. The company is also reorganizing business units to improve efficiencies and pursue new markets, such as ride-hailing. Cox Automotive, a unit of Cox Enterprises of Atlanta, employs more than 34,000. It includes Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book, Dealertrack, Manheim, NextGear Capital, vAuto and Xtime.
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dealstreetasia.com 49 minutes ago

Gender Funding Gap Not Pipeline But A Capital Access Problem, Says Tbdf's Sarah Chen

The Billion Dollar Fund for Women hopes to spark a conversation among larger funds including institutional investors, pension funds and family offices to look at investing in women-led businesses. The post Gender funding gap not pipeline but a capital access problem, says TBDF's Sarah Chen appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
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reuters.com 9 hours, 19 minutes ago

Goldman-backed Fintech Startup Marqeta Launches In Europe | Reuters

Marqeta, a U.S. financial technology startup that helps young companies including digital-only banks issue payment cards, has expanded into Europe, the company said on Sunday.
Read by 74% of LPs

nytimes.com 22 hours, 19 minutes ago

Mark Hoplamazian Of Hyatt Hotels On Airbnb And Why Stupid Questions Are Smart - The New York Times

A lifer within the Pritzker organization, Mr. Hoplamazian reorganized the family business during an acrimonious feud, then took over the hotel chain. Mark Hoplamazian, the chief executive of Hyatt Hotels, has worked for one family for the bulk of his professional career. He attended Harvard College and got his M.B.A. at the University of Chicago. After short stints at First Boston and the Boston Consulting Group, he joined the Pritzker family's sprawling business empire in 1989.
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business-standard.com October 20, 2018

Africa's Youngest Billionaire Freed From Abduction, Says His Group | Business Standard News

In a Twitter post, Mo Dewji Foundation quoted Dewji thanking "the authorities of Tanzania, including the police force for working for my safe return."
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montrealgazette.com October 20, 2018

While You Were Sleeping: Khashoggi Death Confirmed, Billionaire Released

And with Lotto Max and Mega Millions still up for grabs, why settle for millions when you could win US $1.6 billion?
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businessinsider.com October 20, 2018

How Gm Went From Bankrupt To Best-run Car Company In Us

A decade after the financial crisis, General Motors is led by the best management team it's ever had and one of the best C-suites in all of business. CEO Mary Barra, president Dan Ammann, and executive vice-president Mark Reuss have overseen the birth of a New GM that's moving aggressively to define the future of transportation. The turnaround has been impressive, as GM has racked up billions of profits and is preparing to launch 20 new electrified vehicles by 2023. Before its 2009 bankruptcy, GM was known for internal conflict, but the company is now a model of cooperation.
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foxbusiness.com October 19, 2018

Stock Spinoff Roundup: Frontdoor, Klx Energy Services, Madison Square Garden

Investors should keep their eyes on these three spinoffs. : There's always something new happening in the world of spinoffs. A new company is being born or there's a new SEC filing or a new investor presentation. Whatever's going on, you have to keep up with it. Spinoffs are interesting because they've provided great returns for many years, and it's a good place to search for undervalued companies. Not only are spinoffs an attractive place to search for profits, but their parent companies could be nicely priced coming out of a transaction.
Read by 51% of LPs