Month: July 2021

Robinhood Markets filed for one of the most anticipated initial public offerings of the year on Thursday, revealing rapid growth during the pandemic and big customer numbers. Robinhood — which has about 18 million funded retail clients — lost $1.4 billion in the first quarter of 2021, according to Robinhood’s S-1 filing with the Securities
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Robotic arm taking a cardboard box in a warehouse onurdongel | E+ | Getty Images As retailers’ beef up e-commerce operations and invest in faster delivery for customers, the appetite for warehouse space is rocketing higher, according to a new report. This year, demand among mass merchandisers for logistics facilities to store inventory and pack
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All countries covered in today’s map levy Value-Added Taxes (VAT). However, to reduce compliance and administrative costs, most countries have VAT exemption thresholds: If a business is below a certain annual revenue threshold, it is not required to participate in the VAT system. This means that small businesses—unlike businesses above that threshold—do not collect VAT
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