Take that, Satya Nadella.
Elon Musk sees off another enemy.
We’re sure it just reminded David Perdue of something he was totally going to do anyway once he got around to it, and not evidence of something seriously crooked.
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You’d trust Nasdaq to keep you out of trouble with technology, right?
He’s this close to not having to give a s**t about any of this any more, you guys. Come on.
The former AIG CEO is too blinded by hatred and rage to see any similarities between himself and the libidinous former governor.
Elon Musk’s behavior aside, Tesla has become too big for the S&P 500 to ignore.
A one-way ticket out of the swamp.
The A.G.’s old colleague Alex Acosta definitely could have done a better job with the whole thing.
Or, you know, making money.
Gary Gensler and Ted Kaufman are not the kind of people big finance want to see in positions of influence.
Nikola may have no revenue, but it does have subpoenas.
Barring that, it welcomes your green finance dreams.
Quantopian’s take from the rich and make people poor ethos finds a home at Robinhood.
It hopes the SEC and Justice Department do, too.
Speak only when spoken to.
The SEC strikes a generous profit-sharing arrangement with the people who allegedly hacked it.
The amazing thing is that such a provision was ever even considered, we suppose.
Why should the public know what its government is up to, anyway?
Billy Walters has a bone to pick with the FBI.
It’s not the entire reason MCFE shares priced so low, but it can’t have helped.
It’s clock-striking-midnight dealmaking time at the Justice Department.
The SPAC craze goes terminal.
A global pandemic is a fertile time for disruption, no?
There are some growing pains at baby’s first brokerage.
Warren Buffett’s got a bone to pick with Jones Day.
Assuming you can call whatever it is they did accounting, anyway.
Which, you must admit, is perfectly par for the course for the Trump administration.
Denise Shull can’t shake her fictionalized self next year—or the year after.
The MAGA child prodigy managed to set up a robocalling operation, so good for him.
Neiman Marcus’ Geoffroy van Raemsdonck is feeling himself a little too hard.
Sure, he’s been a government employee for three-and-a-half years, but that hasn’t stopped Robert Bowes from also being a day-trader.
For all of you. Literally.
Jay Clayton’s got some questions.
Gut shareholder democracy? Check. Put a crimp in whistleblowing? Check.