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Comcast recently made a surprise bid for Sky, a U.K. media broadcaster that is currently being chased after by Rupert Murdoch, an 87-year-old billionaire who is currently the Executive Co-Chairman of 21st Century Fox. This could be the beginning of a battle between two of the largest players in the media arena today. Murdoch’s plan for 21st Century Fox is to purchase the remaining portion of Sky, which is currently holds a 39 percent stake...

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Word of a revamped tax plan for businesses and individuals may come as the end of POTUS Trump’s 100 days in office approaches. According to a senior White House official, President Donald Trump will be releasing a “phenomenal” tax plan for both individuals and businesses by the end of next week. This statement has been confirmed by Secretary of the Treasury (plays a critical role in economic and fiscal policy-making) Steven Mnuchin and economic advisor Gary Cohn,...

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President Trump pushed forward a series of directives to roll back financial regulations on Friday, after extolling financial leaders in a White House meeting. President Trump signed two executive actions today to scale back the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that was instituted in response to the 2008 financial crisis. Trump’s rationale: “They cannot borrow money. They just can’t get any money because the banks just won’t let them borrow it...

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Facebook Inc. [stock symbol=”FB”] saw a 51% spike in fourth-quarter 2016 revenue, citing a strong mobile advertising business that has kept the technology company’s consistent growth since 2012. According to sources at Thomson Reuters, analysts had expected Facebook to pull in $8.51 billion in 2016, but the strong fourth-quarter beat analyst estimates by roughly $300 million, reputedly indicating an $8.81 billion profit in the last year. Compared to 2015, Facebook’s quarterly profit saw a 128%...

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On Wednesday of last week, we saw the Dow close at the 20,000 milestone for the first time, fueled by solid earnings reports from various components as well as anticipation for economic growth under President Trump (namely augmented infrastructure spending, tax cuts, and increased deregulation). What’s all the hype behind the Dow rise, anyway? Ultimately, the 20,000 level simply represents the performance of 20 sector-leading stocks, which are among the sea of other stocks constituting...

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Yahoo announced on Monday (January 9, 2017) that current Chief Executive Marissa Mayer and co-founder David Filo will step down as directors for the company its core internet business is sold to Verizon. The company also stated that the remainder of the company will be renamed to Altaba Inc., according to a regulatory filing. The name represents Yahoo’s stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Yahoo Japan, and is a combination of the words “alternate”...

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In today’s world, customers do not like to call for customer service. The same process occurs with everyone – they get put on hold, and they listen to a boring script recorded by a rep. In some cases, music is also played in the background. Thanks to virtual and augmented reality, the future or customer experience will become enhanced. It is predicted that more than 2.5 billion mobile AR apps will be downloaded by 2017. Such...

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To look at and analyze mortgage interest rates, it is important to take a view at U.S. monetary policy, foreign central bank policy (including BOJ, ECB QE, and PBOC FX reaction function where non-traditional policy is held), global interest rates, global regulatory measures, and U.S. economic conditions. You can already see that mortgage interest rate predictions are based on a myriad of indicators. Although most of these factors seem quite diverse and complex, there is...

The Youth Business Collective is a content-based network targeted toward Generation Z business education. The aim is to expand and create opportunities for those with strong interests in business.

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