October 7, 2022

The fast-paced program is the quintessential market close show leading up to the final minutes and seconds before the closing bell on Wall Street with the latest news, data and expert analysis.
Insight and analysis of top stories from our award winning magazine “Bloomberg Businessweek”.
This QuickTake adaptation of our award-winning podcast, The Pay Check, focuses on the racial wealth gap.
Maury Wills, Los Angeles Dodgers Base-Stealing Star, Dies at 89
Canada’s Softer Inflation Drags Down Yields, Adds Pain to Loonie
Spotify Users Can Now Buy Audiobooks in the US App
Blackstone Pledges to Hire 2,000 Refugees at Portfolio Companies
Quants Are Back Making Money on Factor Trades Like Good Old Days
Can the NFL Push Virtual Reality Into the Mainstream?
Wall Street’s Mysterious 2,200% IPOs Come From Tiny N.J. Broker
YouTube Takes On TikTok by Plugging Advertising Into Shorts Videos 
At 36, World’s Youngest Leader Boric Electrifies UN Assembly
NATO’s Stoltenberg Decries ‘Sham’ Referendums in Ukraine
Quants Are Back Making Money on Factor Trades Like Good Old Days
Millennials Are Finally Building Wealth and Hiring Financial Advisers
Jeff Bezos Space Station Orbital Reef Will Be Featured in New Sci-Fi Movie
The Best Four-Season Tent You Can Pitch in Less Than a Minute
Morgan Stanley Lost Some Hard Drives
When Immigration Hypocrisy Landed on Martha’s Vineyard
LinkedIn’s Future Is a Joke
Investors Love and Hate Lula a Decade After He Made Them Very Rich
Why GM Is Taking the Slow Lane in the Great EV Race
Private Equity Giants Are Having Cash Flow Problems
Blackstone Pledges to Hire 2,000 Refugees at Portfolio Companies
Citigroup Boosts Diversity Targets After Surpassing Earlier Goals
Tesla Battery Fire at PG&E Site Shuts Iconic California Highway
RBC Says Canada’s Economic Engine May Soon Face Energy Shortages
Chicago’s High Property Taxes Pay for Squeezed Retiree Benefits
The Battle to Save Democracy Starts at the Local Library
New York City Will Get Cameras in All Subway Cars to Fight Crime
Bitcoin Dips Back Below $19,000 as Risk-Off Sentiment Worsens
MicroStrategy’s Saylor Makes Smallest Bitcoin Buy in More Than 2 Years
DeFi Lender Maple Debuts Bitcoin Mining Fund Charging Up to 20%
Global investors in private equity and venture capital funds say they are rotating away from China as clients are reassessing risks because of the country’s rapidly changing environment.
Investors are paring their holdings in the once-booming economy, despite their conviction that long-term growth will continue, according to speakers from Partners Group, Hamilton Lane and others firms, which collectively invest billions of dollars across the region, at the SuperReturn Asia conference in Singapore on Tuesday. 

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