Thursday, September 29 2022

Why blaming your staff publicly is always a low blow

Paul H. Williams

Except on the tennis court, Novak Djokovic is really doing himself a disservice. On January 12, while still battling his […]

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Suntory looks to tradition to navigate the future of hybrid working

Paul H. Williams

Global companies are used to operating and communicating across borders. They also had enough resources to offer remote work to […]

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Family businesses in Saudi Arabia go public as stock market soars

Paul H. Williams

Saudi family businesses, long reluctant to open their books to outside shareholders, line up to list stakes as the country’s […]

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Telehealth companies seek to increase financial stake in patient care

Paul H. Williams

“A lot of these companies have a model where they have a lot of touchpoints [with patients]said Ateev Mehrotra, a […]

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The things in life that financial planning CANNOT prepare you for

Paul H. Williams

As financial advisors, we like to think of financial planning as a series of discrete practices woven together, such as […]

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JPMorgan plans ‘astonishing’ $12 billion tech spend to beat fintechs

Paul H. Williams

JPMorgan Chase, Wall Street’s biggest lender, said it plans to dramatically increase spending on technology and talent to bolster its […]

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DiNapoli: State ends third quarter of state fiscal year on solid financial footing

Paul H. Williams

Tax revenue for the first nine months of the 2021-22 state fiscal year (SFY) continues to beat projections, totaling $84.4 […]

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Can macroeconomics predict bad financial behavior?

Paul H. Williams

Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Discipline Funds and author of the popular blog pragmatic capitalism, Cullen Roche sits down […]

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Director bids: takeover could be a catalyst for Johnson Matthey shares

Paul H. Williams

There was a lot of logic behind chemical group Johnson Matthey’s decision in November to abandon investment in its battery […]

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Financial aid lawsuit exposes contradictions of ‘blind need’ for elite college

Paul H. Williams

The nation’s top private universities have long faced a tricky dilemma: They claim to be meritocratic institutions, educating the best […]

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Financial Regulatory Daily Update — Friday, January 14, 2022

Paul H. Williams

Congress US Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Commission Nomination hearing January 13, 2022 The Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs […]

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