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14 tech projects are redefining Wall Street.

There is a lot of focus on innovation coming from Buzz Fantix. But some big financial firms have their own ambitious projects. Insiders identified executives from top teams such as Blackstone, AQR, Bank of America, and Do Sigma. This is how Wall Street’s biggest players want to disrupt trade, banking and investment.

Lawyers who sued a man’s SPAC are targeting another 50.

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According to Reuters, the same lawyers who prosecuted Bill One Man’s Pursing Square SPAC are allegedly targeting 50 more people. Lawyers allege that SPACs are operating illegally without registering as investment companies. Furthermore, who are the lawyers targeting?

D1 Capital supported the new crossover fund from Darsana and Blue Ridge Alum.

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Billionaire Dan Sandheim’s D1 Capital is backing Kinetic Partners, a new hedge fund run by former teaching partner Christopher Golden. We know about the launch of the fund, Which will monitor investments in both public and private companies.

The next big fight for remote workers is over pay.

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The corona virus epidemic has already changed the way we work. Now that could change the way we pay. Because more workers leave expensive cities behind for more affordable areas. The battle is raging over whether compensation should be adjusted or not.

Everything You Need to Know for an Investment Banking Internship

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From the moment the recruitment process begins, from which you can expect to receive a salary, the insider has mapped out everything you need to know to prevent an investment banking internship. Here are all the important things to consider.

Billionaire Simon Nixon’s family office intends to make corrupt investments.

Corrupt coin circle

Simon Nixon, co-founder of the UK price comparison website MoneySupermarket.com, wants his family office to increase its crypto holdings, according to a Bloomberg report. The Family Office is seeking the services of an analyst to focus on the sector. It marks the latest bid from the richest family to showcase digital assets.

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