Sloane Market Commentary November 26, 2015- Happy Thanksgiving…!!! Our heart goes out to our French allies from the loss of 130 lives from the November 13 acts of terrorism. Unfortunately, the financial impact on the French economy is anticipated to exceed $2 billion from reduced consumer spending and tourism. ———- The biggest long-term story in
BikeNow’s product is an automated bicycle-share program for the Boston area, which it positions as a Zipcar Inc.-style service for bikes. Users would swipe a card at a solar-powered station and ride off on one of the company’s bikes. The company says it was formed in response to a city of Boston request for proposals for bike-sharing programs and is modeled on Paris’ Velib bike-share program. The startup plans to roll out 1,500 bikes at 150 locations, translating to 9,000 rides a day. BikeNow plans to generate revenue through subscriptions, helmet sales, rental fees, sponsorships and advertising on bikes and stations.
Margaret M. Greer “Meg” – Smith Barney Financial Advisor – Waltham, MA
Margaret M. Greer is a Smith Barney Financial Advisor located in Waltham, MA. Margaret M. Greer primarily focuses on Asset Management…
It’s not easy peddling financial advice when people are queasy about opening their quarterly retirement account statements.
But Fidelity Investments, seizing on what it views as an opportunity in uncertain times, will introduce a three-pronged financial guidance program in an effort to reassure wary investors buffeted by the turbulent economy, the company said yesterday.
John F. Doorly/John Doorly has been charged with stealing $20 million from the family trust of Frederick Ayer and is looking at 20 years in jail.
Authorities allege that Doorly, the 60-year-old former chief operating officer at Tenens Corp., used his position to steal funds to buy himself, his family and his girlfrends real estate, cars, three airplanes, timeshares and golf club memberships at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club & Spa in Jupiter, Fla.