Bloomberg Markets – The Close: January 7, 2022

Commenting on the markets, Jessica Bemer of Easterly Investment Partners said, “What we’re seeing is a changing dynamic that there are quite a few interesting stories outside of the big cap tech space that can offer really outsized growth for the first time in several years. And I think investors are being lured away from […]

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Bloomberg BusinessWeek: Big Banks Kick Off Earnings Season

Darrell Crate, Chairman and Managing Principal of Easterly Investment Partners, provided an overview of the markets, saying, “We’re seeing this fundamental transition from growth stocks to value stocks as people fear the Fed. This is beginning a theme that we’re going to see probably for the next year or two.” He added that “Finding companies […]

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Venture Capital Journal: Giving Back – Howard Cox

Howard Cox, longtime partner at venture capital firm Greylock Partners and former chair of the National Venture Capital Association, contributed $20 million to the renamed Cox Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach, Florida, with his wife, Wendy. The gift launched a major campaign to expand the Center’s facilities and educational programs, especially for […]

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The Chief Executive: Back Down to Earth

Kennedy Ricci, president of aviation sustainability firm 4AIR, said that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Global Warming has generated interest in aviation sustainability. “There has been a lot of interest [in sustainability] since the IPCC report came out. There has always been interest on the operator level, but you can […]

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American Banker: U.S. banks give multibank blockchains another try

Tassat Group CEO Ron Totaro said that The Digital Interbank Network, which Tassat is sponsoring, offers banks a blockchain-based rail for their B2B customers to make real-time payments. Totaro said that the Network offers the “building blocks for creating ecosystems and embedded finance.” Read more (subscription only).

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