The Sloane Report by Jonathan Sloane Market Commentary – September 2015 Edition Fleeing New York…According to data just released from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, more Americans are leaving New York than any other state, and more Americans are moving to Texas than any other state. The recently released 2012-2013 IRIS migration data
Frank Magliochetti New Project – In Development Local Andover Businessman Frank Magliochetti has a new project in the works. Absolute Day Trader Picks ( ADTP ) is a new project Mr Magliochetti has underway. The managing partner at Parcae Capital likes to stay busy and current. Here is the mission statement from Absolute Day Trader
BY Janelle Nanos POSTED ON 8/18/2011 Groupon’s most recent financials aren’t looking so hot, which has economists wondering whether the company that started the daily deal deluge might be in trouble. Though the company’s been courted by Google and raised nearly a billion dollars in financing earlier this year, at no point in its existence has
Continuing to look at Ford vehicles, the new F-250 full-size pick-up, which saw a severe drop in sales last July due to record-high $4 per gallon gas, also saw a significant year-over-year increase in consumer activity, with views increasing 87%. Finally, Kia saw one of the largest increases in views among brands as a whole, as consumer activity around vehicles such as the newly-introduced Soul crossover and the new Forte compact sedan helped move the brand to its first-ever appearance on the top 10 Most Viewed Manufacturers list.
Consider the audience. No financing is “typical” or “standard,” and today, more than ever, investment documents must fit investor objectives. If valuation is stalling discussions, would the investor take convertible debt with a right to participate in future equity rounds at a discount?
Logue, the chief executive of State Street Corp., a financial services giant in Boston that handles investments around the world, said he first started to worry in 2007, while traveling abroad on business. He feared that markets were becoming so complex and intertwined that the next hedge fund meltdown or foreign currency crisis could threaten the financial system, and ultimately State Street.
General Motors Corp. said it wants to eliminate about 40 percent of its nearly 6,000 dealerships nationwide by the end of next year, a day after Chrysler LLC unveiled plans to close almost 800 new-car outlets.