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|In the US, the Securities and Exchange Commission has brought insider trading charges against three former Netflix employees. It alleges that the three employees generated more than US$3 million in profits by trading on confidential information about ...|
|... no-brainer. Work for US$15/hour - with all the attendant costs of working - or just eat, drink and be merry and watch Netflix 24/7 while at the same time receiving higher unemployment benefits from dear Uncle Sam, thank you very much. There's the ...|
|... AM in 2014, offering the Swell Global Portfolio, which invests in global equities such as Alibaba, Alphabet, Amazon and Netflix. The fund targets high-net-worth investors, requiring a minimum investment of $500,000. It has about $88.3 million in assets ...|
|... launches to all advisers today. Asendium's pricing starts at $650 per month with the flexibility of cancellation "Netflix-style", he said. Discounts are also provided for licensees that want to use the solution for the group. Looking to the future ...|
|... fitness (53%) became a top priority, followed by spending time with the family (39%) and figuring out what to watch on Netflix and other streaming services (38%). Schroders head of intermediary distribution for North America Joel Schiffman said the good ...|
|... Australia Jodie Hampshire said GoalTracker offers the kind of personalisation people might be used to from companies like Netflix, Spotify and Amazon - where algorithms predict what consumers may like by assessing what they have consumed in the past. ...|
|... linear TV, which refers to real-time traditional programming. This industry has been disrupted by streaming services like Netflix. "As a result, viewers have begun to "cut the cord", cancelling their linear TV services at an accelerating rate during ...|
|... the context of the sector's overall performance this year," he said. "The reality is that stocks like Apple, Amazon and Netflix have all enjoyed significant share price rises. "The drivers of these rises remain intact, and so the growth story of these ...|
|... assets, as we work through the pandemic, are not seeing that general correlation with GDP; people aren't watching Netflix less because of the pandemic. If anything, data volumes are accelerating." Kuchel said MIR has been seeing consistent growth ...|
|... pay an elevated price for earnings." Garrett agrees, arguing the tech titans; the likes of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Netflix, are growing significantly faster than their value peers. "So it makes sense that the CAPE ratio is higher," he said. "I don't ...|
The September financial adviser exam pass rate was stable at 60% but continues to fall below the overall pass rate of 88.5%.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has released a report aimed at overhauling Australia's corporate bond market.
Future Fund's latest portfolio update shows the sovereign wealth fund is just shy of hitting $200 billion.
Share trading platform Superhero will take the $40 million it has raised this year to expand into New Zealand by mid-2022.
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