Month: June 2021

Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have been friends for over 60 years and business partners since 1978. During that time, they’ve both become billionaires while building Berkshire Hathaway into a $630 billion investment giant. But, to hear the two wealthy nonagenarians tell it, at least, all of that money wasn’t even the biggest prize of
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(l-r) Bill Cosby and Phylicia Rashad appear on NBC News’ “Today” show. Peter Cramer | NBCUniversal | Getty Images Phylicia Rashad, Bill Cosby’s TV wife and the incoming dean of Howard University’s fine arts college, faced harsh criticism Wednesday after celebrating the controversial comedian’s release from prison. Earlier in the day, Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned
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Robinhood will pay roughly $70 million in penalties for its systemwide outages and misleading communication and trading practices, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said Wednesday. The settlement regards the technical failures Robinhood experienced in March of 2020, Robinhood’s lack of due diligence before approving customers to place options trades and purveying misleading information to customers
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An aerial view of the company’s planned factory near Long Beach Airport in California. Relativity Space 3D-printing specialist Relativity Space is adding a second factory in Long Beach, California on the site of a former Boeing facility, where the company will move its headquarters and focus work on building fully reusable rockets. “This is really
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In this article MS Thomas Barwick When it comes to gender or racial diversity, the wealth management industry falls woefully short. Just about 23% of certified financial planners were female as of 2020, while less than 4% were Black or Latino, according to the CFP Board, which certifies planners. Executives from Morgan Stanley and Northwestern
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New travel companies are making it easier for remote workers to live and work abroad without the long-term commitment. So-called “workcations” are on the rise, with 74% of Americans who are working from home saying they would consider taking one, according to a report published in March by The Harris Poll. But rather than booking
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