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When are short selling accepted for IPOs?

By Mark Holland / 10 hours ago

Shorting a stock can be a good trading strategy if an investor expects the value of a stock to decline. It is also a risky trade since, in theory, the loss on a short trade can be infinite since the price of a share can go up as much as there are numbers. Any stock […]

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Definition of loss beneficiary

By Mark Holland / 10 hours ago

What is a loss beneficiary? The beneficiary of the loss is the party to whom the claim for a loss must be paid. A loss beneficiary can mean a number of different things; In the insurance industry, the insured, or the party entitled to payment, is the beneficiary of the loss. The insured can expect […]

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The top 4 companies owned by Sony

By Mark Holland / 10 hours ago

The multinational conglomerate Sony Corporation (SNE) is a dominant force in the world of consumer electronics, entertainment and telecommunications. As such, it’s hard to imagine the company’s humble beginnings after WWII. Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita founded the Tokyo electronics store that would become Sony Corporation with just over $ 500 and a handful of […]

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Merger of WeWork SPAC

By Mark Holland / 10 hours ago

WeWork Cos. Inc. is an office space leasing company offering flexible workspaces globally. The company enters into long-term leases with owners, renovates and furnishes properties, and then offers flexible short-term leases. Workspaces include dedicated desks in a shared office space, standard offices, office suites with private amenities, full-floor offices, and more. WeWork facilities are used […]

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6 (Totally Wrong) Ways We’ve Had Money Mansplained to Us

By Mark Holland / 11 hours ago

On a scale of one to 10, how much do you loathe mansplaining? Personally, it’s an 11, taking the top spot over manspreading and bropropriating but barely squeaking past manterrupting. Just thinking about the unsolicited — or downright wrong — advice us women sometimes have to listen to sends chills down my spine. It’s especially […]

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How WeWork Makes Money: Flexible Workspace Leasing

By Mark Holland / 11 hours ago

WeWork Cos. Inc. operates as an office space leasing company offering flexible workspaces in various regions of the world. The company enters into long-term leases, renovates and furnishes its properties, and then offers flexible leasing options to short-term tenants. Its flexible workspaces include dedicated desks in shared office spaces, standard offices, office suites with private […]

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Definition of covered earnings

By Mark Holland / 11 hours ago

What are covered earnings? Covered income refers to the total amount of an employee’s pay that counts in calculating retirement benefits. Generally, the majority of covered earnings comes from an employee’s base salary, although other types of compensation are also occasionally included. In the US, the Social Security Administration uses covered income to determine Social […]

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