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Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO of FTX US Derivatives, testifies during the House Agriculture Committee hearing titled Changing Market Roles: The FTX Proposal and Trends in New Clearinghouse Models, in Longworth Building on Thursday, May 12, 2022. Tom Williams | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images The U.S. affiliate of crypto exchange FTX said Thursday it plans
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(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) For the last two decades, Bruce Flatt has been the CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, growing it to become the second-largest alternatives firm in the world. He oversees more than $725 billion in assets spanning a diverse portfolio comprised of real estate, private equity, infrastructure, energy transition, credit,
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Rafael Henrique | LightRocket | Getty Images MicroStrategy, the enterprise software maker that’s bet big on bitcoin over the past two years, is now underwater on its holdings of the world’s largest cryptocurrency due to the market tumble. Bitcoin traded around $28,000 apiece on Thursday morning, recovering somewhat from earlier losses that brought the digital
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In this article GBTC Michael Sonnenshein, CEO, Grayscale Investments at the NYSE, April 18, 2022. Source: NYSE Grayscale, the asset manager running the world’s largest bitcoin fund, met privately with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week in an effort to persuade the regulator to approve the conversion of its flagship fund into an ETF,
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In this article WDC A Western Digital office building is shown in Irvine, California, U.S., January 24, 2017. Mike Blake | Reuters Company: Western Digital (WDC) Business: Western Digital is a leading developer, manufacturer, and provider of data storage devices and solutions and operates in two market-leading franchises: hard disk drives (“HDD”) and NAND flash
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In this article BRK.A Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett lambasted Wall Street for encouraging speculative behavior in the stock market, effectively turning it into a “gambling parlor.” Buffett, 91, spoke at length during his annual shareholder meeting Saturday about one of his favorite targets for criticism: investment banks and brokerages. “Wall Street makes money, one
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