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Trump Eyes $4 Billion Stock Windfall as His Legal Bills Pile Up

On the financial front, the news has appeared dire for former president Donald Trump this year. Within a span of just a month, two judges in two separate cases ordered him to pay about $540 million in total — a

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Smart-Glass Maker View Under Pressure From Cantor Fitzgerald, May Be Forced To Sell Assets

View Inc., a smart-glass company once valued at $2B, is facing a potential debt restructuring or asset sale, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission this month. View went public on the Nasdaq Stock Market via a

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Capital One to Buy Discover for $35 Billion in Year’s Biggest Deal

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his expertise on the Capital One Financial Corp. deal to buy Discover Financial Services. The $35 billion all-stock deal would create the largest US credit card company by loan volume, giving the combined entity

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Step Away From CNBC

CNBC makes viewers nervous that they’re about to lose money in a market downturn, or that they might miss a hot trend or stock, or uncertain that they’re in the right sectors, encouraging viewers to act now, argues Slate’s Andrew

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Donald Trump just got the green light to return to Wall Street

Months after leaving the White House, former President Donald Trump began plotting his return to Wall Street. That return, delayed by years of regulatory and legal hurdles, is now on the verge of becoming a reality — and it could

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Truth Social merger deal wins key approval, a victory for Trump

The former president’s stake in the post-merger company would be valued, at today’s share price, at nearly $4 billion. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights in this story from the Washington Post. [Subscription required.] 

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Investors will say “OK Boomer” to aging Reddit

Social media platform Reddit, which helps its users “dive into anything,” may finally plunge into the public markets. Data from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter informs this story from Reuters. 

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Wolves Of Wall Street Turn To IPOs

In the netherworld of risky penny stocks, reverse mergers are out and initial public offerings are back in style. Buyer beware. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter provides his insights for this Forbes story. [Subscription required.]

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Skittish Investors Pull the Rug Out From Under Pricey US IPOs

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter provides insights for this story on companies with recent IPOs that sold shares lower than expected.  Read more in this story from Bloomberg. [Subscription required.]

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Best Short Term Investment Options

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights on stocks as a possible short-term investment.  Read more in this story from Credit Donkey. 

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