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Elon Musk Joins the Texas-to-California Trend

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Elon Musk notably joins the California-to-Texas trend, more are destined to follow

Elon Musk’s relocation follows 687,000 other Californians who’ve moved to Texas in last decade | Dallas Morning News


2020 has proven to be a catalyst for management teams to reassess the way they think about adapting and evaluating their supply chains, what new trends will emerge and take precedent with 2020 experiences in the immediate rear view mirror?

A New Era for Supply Chains | KKR


The shock and awe of high caliber venture capitaL

Sequoia Capital Warned of a ‘Black Swan.’ Instead, 2020 Is One of Its Best Years Ever | Bloomberg



“The pandemic has created a multi-speed global recovery that favors low-touch over high-touch activity, high-income consumers over low, and has created a significant job divide for minorities, women and younger workers” 

Mastercard Economics Institute's Economy 2021 | Mastercard


Another week, and another large corporation enters the Bitcoin fray, is Bitcoin here to stay in 2021?

The Wealthy Are Jumping Into Bitcoin as Stigma Around Crypto Fades | Bloomberg


A NEW PORTFOLIO FOR A NEW DECADE? JP Morgan aims to forecast what the future holds for asset class returns post COVID-19 and what that means for investor portfolios

2021 Long-Term Capital Market Assumptions | JP Morgan


Low interest rates, the known unknown

“Economists don’t entirely know why rates have been so low for so long, or whether they will turn out to be mainly a boon or a danger.”

The Puzzle of Low Interest Rates | NY Times


Airbnb worth more than the three largest hotel chains globally?

The Current IPO Craze Is Starting to Look a Lot Like 1999 | Bloomberg



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