Drama. There is more money in the World than there is enterprise to use it and, as a result, the “money-people” are scrambling to turn it over for a better return and higher yield ( 2,124 more words
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It’s widely acknowledged that Wall Street wrote the book on sumptuous compensation—some would say, outrageous overcompensation. It’s long been a wondrous world where high-ranking people get paid on par with owners and entrepreneurs who risk their own money, and win. 836 more words
Alibaba’s IPO might turn out to be the rare hot, hyped Wall Street deal that’s also a bargain.
Put another way: Alibaba might be the Amazon of China, but it won’t be the next Facebook of the IPO market. 789 more words
If you did not read todays op-ed piece in the NYT by Professor Paul Krugman, it is definitely worth the read. In the piece, Professor Krugman questions the credibility of those that would even suggest that the Fed policies of the last few years are laying the ground work for higher inflation. 222 more words
The highly anticipated IPO of e-commerce giant Alibaba on September 19 is expected to raise more than $20 billion, a record in U.S. history. It is startling that the company that will set this record is based in China, a country that is challenging American global dominance. 782 more words