Fri.Nov 25, 2022

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The Hare With Amber Eyes, by Edmund de Waal. A Review.

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Ivory netsuke of the Hare with Amber Eyes, held in the collection of Edmund de Waal (Wikimedia Commons). Roger Scruton, in his wonderful little book Beauty: A Very Short Introduction , reminds us that we find beauty in nature (people, animals, landscapes, the celestial canopy, etc.)

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What Is SAP S/4HANA Cloud?

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When looking at ERP systems offered by market leader, SAP, you’ve probably run across names such as S/4HANA, Business One and Business ByDesign. But what’s the difference? SAP S/4 HANA Cloud, Public Edition

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Apple, Manchester United, Activision Blizzard and more

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Microsoft logo is seen on a smartphone placed on displayed Activision Blizzard logo in this illustration taken January 18, 2022. Dado Ruvic | Reuters. Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday.

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Grinch: Ignore Black Friday Retail Forecasts

The Big Picture

It’s Black Friday and you know what that means: Lots of promotional sales and lots of holiday retail spending forecasts. You can rely on the latter being ubiquitous and wrong; some by a little, most by a lot. At least, that’s what the statistically likely outcome is.

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Rethinking Growth: The Fight to Become and Stay Profitable

Speaker: Aleksey Krylov, CFA - Chief Financial Officer at CytoImmune Therapeutics

Join Aleksey Krylov, corporate finance expert and CFO at CytoImmune Therapeutics, for an insightful overview of working capital management and managing profitability.

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Does Influencer Marketing Really Pay Off?

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In 2022, the influencer industry reached $16.4 billion.

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Warehouse Packing Help Wanted, Excellent Penmanship Required

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Some warehouse workers have been preparing for the seasonal rush of orders and deliveries by learning to hand-tie ribbons and to carefully hand-write notes as luxury brands seek to reproduce the high-end store experience for items shipped to people’s homes.

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Past Performance

The Reformed Broker

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Of course it isn’t. Things change. Especially if we’re referring to the past performance of a particular investment strategy, portfolio manager, mutual fund or individual stock.

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The Good News and Bad News About the World’s Most Troubled Systemic Lender, Credit Suisse

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Credit Suisse may have taken an “important step” in its turnaround process, as its unfortunately named chairman, Alex Lehmann, said this week. But it is also suffering a gathering run on deposits and losing clients to its biggest rival. . For the world’s most troubled too-big-to-fail lender, Credit Suisse, this week was punctuated by a small slice of good news and a shed load of bad.

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Weekend Reading For Financial Planners (Nov 26-27)

Nerd's Eye View

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Book of Secrets for the Month-End Close

Developing a consistent month-end close doesn’t need to be a mystery. We’re sharing our top 10 secrets (plus one bonus!) for streamlining your close.

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Crypto Firm FTX Landed in the Bahamas With a Bang, and Now the Bahamas Is Picking Up the Pieces

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NASSAU, Bahamas—Last year, an FTX executive walked into a bank office here and put $4.5 million of the company’s money behind an ambitious plan to buy an oceanside parcel of land and turn it into the crypto giant’s new headquarters. The executive, Ryan Salame, closed the deal in short order, people familiar with the matter said, just part of the company’s whirlwind real-estate shopping spree in and around Nassau.