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Sophisticated entrepreneurs and their families call on Galliott Capital Advisors to provide comprehensive stewardship of all their financial affairs.

The Galliott team offers a private banking level of personalized service, integrity, a tireless work ethic, and above all, discretion.

We are a globally oriented practice that understands the cultural sensibilities of our cosmopolitan clients and have managed their complex, multigenerational financial needs for more than 20 years.

We work with clients who typically maintain their primary residences abroad. With the convenience of our local presence, we bring the world of financial opportunity within their reach.

In essence, our services create a virtual or extended family office for our clients.

Our mission is to enrich the lives of our clients by helping them obtain the objective advice, bespoke service, intelligent solutions, or valuable introduction they need to pursue the opportunities and goals they desire.

Named for a quick and nimble sailing ship, Galliott Capital Advisors emphasizes the speed and reliability of serving the needs of your lifestyle today and delivering on your legacy for tomorrow.

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We enrich our service offerings by collaborating with experienced partners whose fields of expertise align with our clients’ needs, as well as our team’s culture of dedication and discretion. These partners provide insightful guidance on areas ranging from compliance to taxation, from real estate to private equity, and so much more.

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Galliott Capital Advisors serves as a conduit to the capabilities and intellectual capital required to effectively manage the complex nature of significant wealth. We further support our clients through an elevated service promise that, ensures their every need will be met.

Sensitive to the wide-ranging challenges our clients face, Galliott has built an array of resources to address the concerns of today’s wealthy families.

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Our clients have already created significant wealth, so they look to us to help them protect and safeguard it through prudent wealth preservation strategies.

Our prescribed solutions typically include highly customized investment portfolios that incorporate opportunities and solutions sourced from both traditional and alternatives platforms, as we have access to a virtually unlimited array of products.

This access illustrates the practical advantage of working with an independent advisor. Perhaps more importantly, however, is the freedom Galliott has to serve in a fiduciary capacity as a financial steward, aligning customized solutions with a client’s personal values. Our clients’ best interests are our top priority, ahead of all others, and fulfilling their objectives is our only agenda.

As a source of trust and discretion for our clients, we help them navigate their financial decisions by balancing the opportunity of innovative solutions with old-world values.

Our Portfolio

Toast

Toast is a restaurant point of sale and management system that helps restaurants improve operations, increase sales and create a better guest experience.

Gemini

Gemini is a simple and secure platform to build your crypto portfolio.

DataRobot

DataRobot, the Boston-based Data Science company, enables business analysts to build predictive analytics with no knowledge of Machine Learning or programming. It uses automated ML to build and deploy accurate predictive models in a short span of time.

Coinlist

CoinList is where early adopters trade and earn the best digital assets.

hu.ma.ne

Humane is an experience company that creates personal technology for the intelligence age.

Olivela

Olivela is a luxury retailer that, for every designer item sold, donates a portion of its proceeds to children in need.

SpaceX

SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. The company was founded in 2002 to revolutionize space technology.

Epic Games

Epic Games, Inc. is an American video game and software developer. Epic operates Fortnite, one of the world's largest games with over 350 million accounts and 2.5 billion friend connections.

Knot Standard

Knot Standard represents the future of menswear, filling a void in the Premium custom clothing space, designing timeless style, form and function.

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We are committed to informing and educating our clients on topics relevant to their financial affairs, from world economic matters to personal wealth management issues. We are always available to discuss the news items or commentary posted here.

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August 1
2022

Are We In Recession Yet?

August 1
2022

U.S. jobs report shows a gain of 528,000 in July.

March 31
2022

War in Ukraine: US Says Putin Is Being Misinformed By Advisers on Ukraine

March 21
2022

Powell Says Fed Could Raise Rates More Quickly to Tame Inflation

March 17
2022

The U.S. Is the Only Sanctions Superpower. It Must Use That Power Wisely.

March 4
2022

Wall St set for losses as Ukraine worries outweigh strong jobs data

March 1
2022

Oil tops $110, equities sink on rising Ukraine war fears

February 26
2022

EU, U.K., Canada, U.S. Plan to Cut Some Russian Banks From Swift

February 6
2022

White House Warns Russian Invasion of Ukraine Could Come ‘Any Day Now’

Thousands of civilians could be killed or wounded if Russia mounts all-out attack, US intellegence assesments say

February 1
2022

Putin Says West ‘Basically Ignored’ His Demands in Ukraine Standoff

January 28
2022

Dozens of U.S. states say Apple stifles competition; back 'Fortnite' maker

January 21
2022

The SPAC Ship Is Sinking. Investors Want Their Money Back

One of the pandemic’s hottest trades is cooling down, as the hype surrounding ‘blank-check’ companies gives way to reality

January 8
2022

Mandarin Oriental NY majority stake sells for $98M

The luxury hotel, facing tough times during the pandemic, hit the market in September

January 4
2022

121-Acre Los Angeles Property of Late Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Sells for $65 Million

The undeveloped land was listed shortly after Allen’s death in 2018 for $150 million

January 4
2022

One country is home to half of the 10 most expensive Michelin-starred restaurants in the world

December 23
2021

Omicron Starts to Slow U.S. Economy as Consumer Spending Flags

Fewer people are dining in restaurants, and rising case numbers are leading many businesses to close for a short period

December 22
2021

High-Profile L.A. Crimes Spark Rush for Bullet-Proof Cars, Rolex Replicas and Safe Rooms

Security agencies say wealthy clients are increasing protective measures: "They want someone who knows how to get them out of any situation."
 

December 8
2021

Las Vegas’s Newest Steakhouse Wants to Serve You a Rolex With Your Dinner

Carversteak offers fine dining touches with the food and a 70-foot LCD screen spanning the bar.

December 5
2021

REVEALED: List of Celebrities and PGA Tour Golfers Who Are Members of Michael Jordan’s Golf Club

The PGA Tour season is officially over and now is the time when most of the fun and upbeat events take place. The PNC Championship, a father and son golfing event, is slated to be played next week, with many big names teeing it up. Additionally, an exclusive Michael Jordan event details have been uncovered, which sounds delightful!

 

November 30
2021

Stocks and Oil Slide on Omicron Fears, Inflation Concerns

Fed’s Powell says it would be appropriate to consider wrapping up tapering more quickly

November 29
2021

Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal will replace Jack Dorsey as CEO

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down as chief of the social media company. Dorsey, 45, was serving as both the CEO of Twitter and Square, his digital payments company. Parag Agrawal, the company’s chief technology officer, is taking over as CEO effective immediately.

November 24
2021

Daniel Loeb’s Third Point makes $300m profit from Rivian IPO

Hedge fund amHedge fund among several to score large gains on electric vehicle start-up
ong several to score large gains on electric vehicle start-up

November 24
2021

Mariano Scandizzo Joins Insigneo’s Investment Committee

Insigneo, the rapidly growing Miami-based Independent broker-dealer and Registered Independent Advisory (RIA) firm, has officially incorporated Mariano Scandizzo, the Head of Insigneo Advisory Services, into its Investment Committee

November 23
2021

From Stunning New Suites to a Buzzy Bar, 5 Reasons to Check Into a Parisian Hotel Right Now

The latest news from luxe City of Light hotels like the Ritz Paris, Hotel de Crillon and brand-new Cheval Blanc Paris.

November 22
2021

JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon and Tesla’s Elon Musk Feud Behind the Scenes

Bank’s lawsuit against electric-vehicle maker brings the CEOs’ long-simmering tensions into open

November 22
2021

Samsung to Choose Taylor, Texas, for $17 Billion Chip-Making Factory

Announcement is expected at Tuesday event to be attended by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

November 22
2021

The ‘Tesla-financial complex’: how carmaker gained influence over the markets

The company’s role in the ebb and flow of the stock market is far greater than its $1.1tn valuation implies

November 20
2021

A Closer Look At Saudi’s Burgeoning Luxury Hotel Scene

Need some travel inspiration? We take a look at the best hotels to visit in Saudi Arabia.
 

November 19
2021

Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna Covid-19 Boosters for All Adults Backed by FDA, CDC

The CDC director’s signoff will make the extra doses available this weekend as case counts begin to increase again nationally

November 19
2021

House Passes Roughly $2 Trillion Social Spending and Climate Bill

Democrats persuade a slim majority to approve centerpiece of Biden’s economic agenda; bill faces evenly divided Senate

November 19
2021

Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin Outbid a Group of Crypto Investors for Copy of U.S. Constitution

The 53-year-old billionaire paid $43.2 million for the historic document, plans to lend it to Crystal Bridges museum in Arkansas

November 19
2021

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest hits 15-year high, data shows

A report published by Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE) on Thursday estimated that 13,235 square kilometers (8,224 square miles) of forest was lost between August 2020 and July 2021. That’s an increase of 22% from the previous year. It also marks the greatest area lost to deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon since 2006, when a total area of 14,286 square kilometers was cleared.

November 19
2021

Secret Chinese Port Project in Persian Gulf Rattles U.S. Relations With U.A.E.

Alarmed U.S. officials warned Emirati government, a Mideast ally, that Chinese military presence could hinder ties; construction has halted

November 18
2021

Ford, GM Step Into Chip Business

Stung by semiconductor shortage, Detroit’s two biggest car companies are looking to align with computer-chip makers to develop and potentially manufacture chips

November 18
2021

CVS to Close 900 Stores Over Three Years

Pharmacy chain says it will add health services to other locations, book roughly $1 billion restructuring charge

November 16
2021

Biden, Xi Cool Down Hostilities in Virtual Meeting

Afghanistan, North Korea and Iran, as well as human rights, climate change and concerns over Taiwan were among topics U.S. and Chinese presidents discussed

November 16
2021

M.B.A. Starting Salaries Are Soaring

Employers are willing to pay a premium to lure business-school graduates in a tight labor market

November 16
2021

LA's Staples Center to be renamed after cryptocurrency firm

One of the biggest sports and entertainment venues in the US, the Staples Center in Los Angeles, will be renamed after a cryptocurrency company in a multi-million dollar deal.

November 15
2021

Major sector ETFs face risk of large tech companies being reclassified

Shake-up could include pushing Visa, Mastercard and PayPal into the financial sector

November 14
2021

Apple is sticking taxpayers with part of the bill for rollout of tech giant’s digital ID card

Apple requires states to maintain the systems needed to issue and service credentials at taxpayer expense, according to contracts signed by four states. The agreement, obtained through public record requests from CNBC and other sources, mostly portrays Apple as having a high degree of control over the government agencies responsible for issuing identification cards. Apple has “sole discretion” for key aspects of the program.

November 10
2021

Electric vehicle start-up Rivian soars on stock market debut

Capitalisation of more than $100bn for Amazon-backed carmaker surpasses stalwarts GM and Ford

November 10
2021

Justice Department Sues Uber Over Charging Wait-Time Fees for Disabled People

Case filed in federal court charges the ride-hailing giant with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act

November 10
2021

Justice Department Sues Uber Over Charging Wait-Time Fees for Disabled People

Case filed in federal court charges the ride-hailing giant with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act

November 10
2021

Signos raises $13M Series A to give you real-time weight-loss advice based on your blood glucose levels

Weight-loss startup Signos is betting that you’re curious enough about the difference between our respective metabolisms to sign up for real-time glucose monitoring and alerts to keep you in shape. It turns out that GV believes that, too, to the tune of leading the company’s $13 million Series A round.

November 10
2021

Most Expensive U.S. Zip Codes in 2021: 10 Areas Surpass $4 Million Median Sale Price

At nearly $7.5 million, Atherton, Calif.’s 94027 remains #1 most expensive zip code for fifth consecutive year
Record $5.5 million median sale price gives Boston’s 02199 #2 spot
Top 10 most expensive zip codes in 2021 all surpass $4 million mark — a historic first

November 9
2021

General Electric to Split Into Three Public Companies

Once mighty American manufacturer will split off healthcare and then power businesses

November 8
2021

Tesla Stock Price Slides After Musk Promises on Twitter to Sell $21 Billion Stake

Car maker’s chief executive asked Twitter users whether he should sell one-tenth of his Tesla stock

November 8
2021

Rich Millennials to Financial Advisers: Thanks for the Golf Invite, but You Can’t Invest My Money

Wealthy young investors don’t see much use for the wealth-management firms their parents rely on. They would rather pick their own stocks or plow their money into crypto.

November 8
2021

Robinhood Hack Exposes Millions of Customer Names, Email Addresses

Trading app says the incident took place last week and that the breach has since been contained

November 7
2021

Elon Musk’s Twitter Poll Results Favor Tesla Stock Sale

Billionaire CEO pledged to abide by vote’s outcome after asking whether he should sell 10% of his Tesla shares

November 6
2021

Berkshire Hathaway net earnings down by two-thirds

Sprawling conglomerate’s cash pile hits record $149bn even as Warren Buffett increases share buybacks

November 5
2021

ELON’S TEXAS EMPIRE

From a sprawling factory outside Austin to a property-buying binge on the Gulf Coast, Musk is making an imprint in a state that has long welcomed eccentric outsiders.

November 4
2021

Lonely Planet names the best destinations for 2022

Lonely Planet has just revealed its picks for the best countries to visit in 2022. Number 10 is the history buff's paradise of Egypt. Click through to see the others.

November 4
2021

Boeing Shareholders Reach Settlement in 737 MAX Board Oversight Suit

Current and former directors’ insurance companies expected to pay Boeing about $225 million

November 4
2021

The 8 Greatest Steaks Served in New York City, From Tomahawk to A5 Wagyu

Here's the beef.

November 4
2021

Risk with Riesgo: Time to unwind your big tech bets

It’s time to start unwinding your positions in the world’s big tech firms as their reign is coming to an end, according to our columnist Ahmed Riesgo of Insigneo

November 4
2021

Another Lebanon: a journey back in time

At turning points in history, what happens to our stories? One writer goes in search of the guardians of the country’s Golden Age

November 3
2021

Biden Administration Orders Federal Agencies to Fix Hundreds of Cyber Flaws

Agencies come under new pressure to close cybersecurity flaws after sometimes balking at such measures in the past

November 2
2021

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November 2
2021

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November 2
2021

Evergrande: the bond and interest payment deadlines to watch

Chinese developer narrowly averted default but is under pressure to meet obligations into next year

November 1
2021

What are the drawbacks to investors of holding a bitcoin futures ETF?

First US exchange traded fund linked to cryptocurrency garners strong demand following debut

November 1
2021

Barclays chief Jes Staley to step down following Epstein investigation

Disgraced financier was a key client of JPMorgan’s private bank, which Staley used to run

October 31
2021

One Spouse Can Work From Anywhere. The Other Can’t. So They Live Apart.

For these couples, it isn’t always ideal. But they say it has worked.

October 31
2021

Earnings playbook: An investor’s roadmap to the major reports ahead this week

The major earnings reports are behind us, and they revealed cracks for some of Wall Streets' biggest names.

October 31
2021

Saudi Aramco profits hit post-listing high as global oil demand rebounds

World’s biggest oil exporter maintains dividend at $18.8bn despite generating free cash flow of $28.7bn

October 30
2021

Meet the Gulfstream G700, the Current King of Private Aviation

The swift business aircraft enters into service next year for an estimated price of $75 million.

October 30
2021

Mexico’s economic contraction clouds pandemic recovery

GDP growth has stalled and faces more risks from supply chain disruptions and a mercurial government

October 30
2021

James Dyson’s Firm Moves $1.8 Billion to His Family Office

Weybourne received its biggest annual cash payout last year. Family office has about two-dozen people in U.K., Singapore.

October 29
2021

Villain or victim? The mysterious Mr Caner steps out of the shadows

Austrian entrepreneur denies short-seller allegations that he is at the centre of ‘secretive, kleptocratic cabal’

October 28
2021

Facebook changes name to Meta in corporate rebranding

Zuckerberg tries to broaden social media group’s identity with focus on ‘metaverse’

October 28
2021

‘Black Swan’ author Nassim Taleb says cash is the right hedge against rising market risk for regular investors

With the Federal Reserve looking to raise rates, investors seeking to protect their portfolio should look to cash, according to Nassim Nicholas Taleb.

October 28
2021

Global regulators target blockchain-based ‘decentralised finance’

Task force says services should comply with anti-money laundering rules

October 28
2021

Economic growth rate slows to 2% on a sharp slowdown in consumer spending

The U.S. economy grew at a 2% annualized pace in the third quarter, its slowest increase since the end of the 2020 recession. Decelerations in consumer spending and residential investment helped keep the number lower. Weekly jobless claims fell more than expected last week to a fresh pandemic-era low of 281,000, below the 289,000 estimate.

October 26
2021

How startups are turning data into software gold

Storing great pools of data is an increasingly figured-out challenge. Between public clouds, and data lakes more specifically, you can stick oceans of corporate data in any number of places. But leveraging that data into something useful is another challenge altogether.

October 26
2021

Tesla weekend roundup: Price hikes across models, full self-driving beta paused, Morgan Stanley raves on upside

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) could see a share price jolt tomorrow with developments on several fronts over the weekend.

October 25
2021

News updates from October 25: Tesla market cap hits $1tn, Turkish lira plumbs new lows on latest diplomatic row, German business confidence at 6-month low

Facebook warns of revenue hit due to Apple’s privacy changes. Volvo Cars signals alarm about magnesium shortage in updated prospectus. Sudanese army detains prime minister Abdalla Hamdok. Private equity rivals join up with €3.7bn bid for petcare group Zooplus. HSBC to begin share buybacks. 

October 24
2021

Tesla weekend roundup: Price hikes across models, full self-driving beta paused, Morgan Stanley raves on upside

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) could see a share price jolt tomorrow with developments on several fronts over the weekend.

October 24
2021

8 Over-the-top Yacht Charters to Book Now for 2022

Whether you’re looking for seven decks of entertainment, a family-friendly trip, or a diving-focused Caribbean voyage, you’ll find it here.

 

October 24
2021

Tax on Billionaires’ Unrealized Gains Will Likely Be in Budget Package, Democrats Say

The proposal, which would likely affect fewer than 1,000 of the wealthiest U.S. taxpayers, would help pay for Biden’s social policy and climate legislation

October 22
2021

The Super-Rich Are Forming a New Exclusive Club

For $180,000, a three-year membership includes investment opportunities, access to West Point generals, confidential support groups and private getaways.

October 22
2021

Saudi Arabia pledges 2060 net zero target ahead of COP26 summit

One of the world's largest oil producers, Saudi Arabia, announced Saturday it aims to reach "net zero" greenhouse gas emissions by 2060, joining more than 100 countries in a global effort to try and curb man-made climate change.

October 21
2021

Brex just signed a term sheet for $300M at a $12.3B valuation

Fast-growing fintech Brex has raised $300 million in funding that propels it to decacorn status, just six months after it was valued at $7.4 billion, according to people familiar with the deal.

October 21
2021

UBS clients raise $650 mln for biggest yet biotech impact fund

UBS's (UBSG.S) wealthy clients have raised $650 million for the biggest biotechnology impact fund ever, the Swiss bank said on Wednesday.

October 21
2021

Fed to ban policymakers from owning individual stocks, restrict trading following controversy

The Federal Reserve announced sweeping new rules for its top officials Thursday, banning trading in individual stocks and bonds. Those new rules come on the heels of a swelling ethics controversy over whether central bank officials should be able to trade while their policies can, and often do, move markets. Officials will be restricted primarily to owning mutual funds, which they will have to hold for a year and will need permission to buy or sell.

October 21
2021

WeWork shares jump more than 13% in public markets debut after SPAC merger

Shares of WeWork closed up more than 13% Thursday after the company went public through a special purpose acquisition company more than two years after its failed IPO. The office startup halted initial plans for an IPO in 2019 after investors raised concerns over its business model and its founder and then-CEO Adam Neumann. The company was valued at $9 billion earlier this year, a sharp drop from the $47 billion valuation from SoftBank Group in 2019.

October 21
2021

Investors flee gold for cryptocurrencies as inflation worries perk up

Metals fund manager laments ‘zero interest in our strategy’ while bitcoin hits new record

October 20
2021

Moderna and J&J Covid-19 Boosters, Mixing and Matching Authorized by the FDA

The extra doses are expected to become available in coming days, once the CDC offers guidance on usage

October 20
2021

Covid-19 Vaccine for Kids Ages 5-11 to Be Given at Pediatric Offices, Schools Once Authorized

White House officials say focusing on pediatricians and primary care offices will help build confidence among parents

October 19
2021

Wonolo raises $140M for its staffing platform used by 1M laborers and front-line workers

A rush of platforms have been built in the last several years that cater to the needs of knowledge workers, helping them find jobs (and employers find workers), managing the remuneration process regardless of location and addressing their professional development. But that is not the whole story. Today, a startup called Wonolo that has built a work-booking app for the other end of the employment spectrum — front-line workers and laborers — is announcing a major round of funding.

October 19
2021

Using A Barbell Investing Approach In Today's Markets

"My stock market forecast is that investors should maintain an overweight exposure to risk assets," says Ahmed Riesgo. He is moderately dialing back on U.S. equity exposure by positioning more defensively, and wants exposure in sectors that benefit from higher rates, such as value. He is also looking at sectors that outperform amid endemic Covid environment like growth and ex-megacap U.S. technology.

October 19
2021

Home of the Week: This $30 Million Oceanfront Laguna Beach Compound Was Custom-Made for Supercar Collectors

It has twin garages, a car turntable and even a driveway engineered to not cause damage.

October 18
2021

The supply chain crisis and US ports: ‘Disruption on top of disruption’

Biden administration announced measures to ease bottlenecks and shortages but problems are deep-seated

October 18
2021

Japan’s economic security minister warns on chip industry survival

Takayuki Kobayashi says country needs a strategic vision that matches US and China approaches

October 17
2021

SpaceX: how Elon Musk’s new rocket could transform the space race

The entrepreneur hopes the Starship will help take humans to Mars. Rivals fear it will dominate US deep space exploration

October 17
2021

ECB considers boosting purchases of EU recovery fund debt

Central bank examines ways to retain flexibility in bond markets afforded by pandemic relief scheme

October 17
2021

Selling Cars in the Era of the Chip Shortage: Online Chats and No More Haggling

Dealerships lean on fewer staff to sell used cars, handle new-car buyers online; ‘Haggling has gone out the window’

October 16
2021

Four gadgets for the smarter home

A one-stop cooking pot, a coffee machine that talks – and more

October 15
2021

Swiss bank UBS closing brokerage business in Mexico - sources

Swiss bank UBS is closing its brokerage in Mexico, said three people familiar with the matter, following in the footsteps of other large global financial institutions that have opted to leave Latin America's second largest economy.

October 15
2021

Goldman Sachs Profit Rises on Deal Bonanza

Wall Street firm’s investment bankers had their second-best quarter on record

October 14
2021

Tech investors earn over $500bn from US public listings in 2021

IPO and Spac booms have delivered a record windfall for venture capitalists this year

October 14
2021

How Latin America became tech’s next big frontier

Region is attracting more investment than south-east Asia

October 14
2021

European stocks rise as strong earnings balance stagflation worries

S&P 500 had best trading day since March on Thursday, propelled by banks’ quarterly results

October 14
2021

Sales in the city: how New York and London brought back buyers

Thought the metropolitan property markets were over post-pandemic? Think again

October 14
2021

Supply chain lessons from Long Beach

What port delays tell us about the pre-pandemic problems of the global economy

October 13
2021

US overtakes China as biggest bitcoin mining hub after Beijing ban

Crackdown on digital currencies knocks country’s share of crypto production to zero

October 12
2021

10 New Luxe Hotels Opening in the US This Fall, From Napa to New York

Whether you're looking for a sleek city retreat or a cushy ski hub, you'll find it on this list.

October 10
2021

SEC Panel Backs Letting Ordinary Investors Into Private Equity

The regulator’s asset-management advisory committee supports making it easier for retail investors to access private funds

October 10
2021

The Forbes 400

The Definitive Ranking of The Wealthiest Americans In 2021

October 8
2021

Energy Price Shocks are so 1970s

Natural gas shortages in Europe and Asia have dominated the headlines over the past week, injecting a fresh bout of anxiety into the markets. With fossil fuel prices at record or multi-year highs, market participants are worried about the prospects of stagflation.

October 8
2021

Energy Price Shocks are so 1970s

Natural gas shortages in Europe and Asia have dominated the headlines over the past week, injecting a fresh bout of anxiety into the markets. With fossil fuel prices at record or multi-year highs, market participants are worried about the prospects of stagflation.

October 8
2021

Elon Musk’s SpaceX hits $100 billion valuation after secondary share sale

The valuation of Elon Musk’s SpaceX crossed $100 billion following a secondary share sale by insiders announced this week, CNBC has learned. SpaceX has an agreement with new and existing investors to sell up to $755 million in stock from company insiders at $560 a share, according to people familiar with the deal. The new valuation of $100.3 billion, up from $74 billion in February, means SpaceX has achieved a rare status as a private company: a $1 billion unicorn 100 times over.

October 8
2021

The ins and outages of social media dependence

The Facebook blackout was a reminder of our reliance on social media. That’s not entirely a bad thing

October 8
2021

How D.C.’s Hot New Lebanese Restaurant Turned a Glass Cube Into an Enchanted Courtyard

With a bubbling limestone fountain, citrus trees, and steel doves, Ilili offers a feast for the eyes

October 8
2021

How D.C.’s Hot New Lebanese Restaurant Turned a Glass Cube Into an Enchanted Courtyard

With a bubbling limestone fountain, citrus trees, and steel doves, Ilili offers a feast for the eyes

October 5
2021

The Cost of Insuring Expensive Waterfront Homes Is About to Skyrocket

New federal flood insurance rates that better reflect the real risks of climate change are coming. For some, premiums will rise sharply.

 

October 5
2021

Tesla delivered 241,300 vehicles in the third quarter, topping expectations

Tesla delivered 241,300 electric vehicles during the third quarter of 2021, the company said Saturday. Analysts predicted that Tesla would deliver around 220,900 electric cars during this period, according to estimates compiled by StreetAccount as of September 30. The company produced 237,823 cars in the period ending September 30, 2021, Tesla said in its report.

October 5
2021

A monk in 14th-century Italy wrote about the Americas

That was long before Christopher Columbus set sail

October 5
2021

Gulfstream Unveils the Longest-Range Business Jet in Private Aviation

The Hollywood-style reveal showcased the new, ultra-long-range G800 as well as the midsized G400 as the bookends of its large-cabin fleet.

October 5
2021

The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail, Possibly the World’s Most Expensive New Car, Just Made Its Public Debut

The 19-foot convertible was shown to the world for the first time at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.

October 3
2021

Pandora Papers: An offshore data tsunami

The Pandora Papers’s 11.9 million records arrived from 14 different offshore services firms in a jumble of files and formats – even ink-on-paper – presenting a massive data-management challenge
 

October 3
2021

Pandora Papers: An offshore data tsunami

The Pandora Papers’s 11.9 million records arrived from 14 different offshore services firms in a jumble of files and formats – even ink-on-paper – presenting a massive data-management challenge
 

September 28
2021

Amazon gets rare negative call as Morgan Stanley cuts price target, citing rising wages

Amazon faces profit pressures due to rising wages, Morgan Stanley said in a rare negative note for the online retail giant.

September 27
2021

Goldman cuts auto production forecast on supply chain snags but still sees some stock winners

Supply chain issues will hurt auto production in the near term, Goldman Sachs said — but the firm still sees some stock winners.

September 27
2021

Morgan Stanley sees shares of this crypto bank jumping more than 50%

Morgan Stanley believes that the shares of crypto-focused bank Silvergate bank are underrated and gives a fresh valuation of the stocks owned by Silvergate.

September 25
2021

From Van Gogh to the Obama Portraits, the Best Art Exhibitions to See This Fall

Making up for lost time, this season features a veritable eruption of must-see new exhibitions, surveys and more.

September 25
2021

Forget Length. A New Generation of Wide-Bodied Yachts Is Adding a Fresh Dimension to Onboard Living.

Forward-looking builders are discovering that it’s what’s on the inside that counts.

September 25
2021

On Board Tom Brady’s $6 Million 77-Foot Ultra-Modern Family Yacht, Viva a Vida

What else can you wish for, when you’re a famous quarterback who’s already made history in the NFL, married to an equally famous supermodel, and the father of three beautiful children? A stunning yacht that would be large enough, powerful and well-equipped, so that you can enjoy even more time vacationing with your family in exotic places.

September 24
2021

Morgan Stanley's Dennis Lynch says bitcoin's ability to recover is like the character Kenny from South Park that 'dies every episode'

Morgan Stanley's Dennis Lynch compares bitcoin's ability to bounce back to the character Kenny from South Park. Lynch, who heads up an asset management subsidiary of the bank, said bitcoin is "anti-fragile". He said people will look at bitcoin as "digital gold", or even as a currency in its own right, given the low-rate environment.

September 24
2021

China’s central bank says all cryptocurrency-related activities are illegal, vows harsh crackdown

The People’s Bank of China said services offering trading, order matching, token issuance and derivatives for virtual currencies are strictly prohibited. Overseas cryptocurrency exchanges providing services in mainland China are also illegal, the PBOC said. It’s not the first time China has gotten tough on cryptocurrencies. Earlier this year, Beijing announced a crackdown on crypto mining.

September 22
2021

What are DNA vaccines?

India is the first country to approve a new type of jab to fight covid-19

September 22
2021

FDA Clears Covid-19 Booster Shots From Pfizer for High-Risk People

Third dose of the vaccine was authorized for people who are 65 or older or at high risk of severe Covid-19, including from their jobs

September 19
2021

Evergrande Moment of Truth Arrives With Bond Payment Deadlines

Embattled developer is due to pay interest on notes Thursday Concern over firm’s fate has sent junk bond yields surging.

September 19
2021

Adventures in DeFi-land

Can decentralised finance lay the foundations for an open digital economy?

September 14
2021

Canvas Lands $50M Series C To Become Industry Standard for Diversity Recruiting in Corporate America

"Today, we’re announcing that Canvas has raised $50 million in Series C funding at a $400M valuation."

September 14
2021

DataRobot Propels Intelligent Business Forward with Launch of “DataRobot AI Cloud”

DataRobot today unveiled DataRobot AI Cloud, a unified environment built for the next generation of intelligent business. DataRobot AI Cloud serves as a single platform to accelerate delivery of AI to production for every organization. DataRobot also announced new features and capabilities for DataRobot AI Cloud to enhance operations in production and easily build AI-powered applications to deliver critical business insights.

September 14
2021

Inflation Eased in August, Though Prices Stayed High

Consumer-price index rose 5.3% from a year before as supplies and labor continued to drive up prices

September 12
2021

El Salvador Runs a Bitcoin Scam

The cryptocurrency as obligatory legal tender undermines dollarization.

September 10
2021

Bitcoin to Bucks: Crypto Fans Borrow to Buy Homes, Cars—and More Crypto

Upstart lenders make it easy to take out loans backed by cryptocurrency holdings. Regulators are watching.

September 9
2021

Most expensive home in America defaults on $165 million in debt, heads for sale

A Los Angeles megamansion once expected to list for $500 million has gone into receivership after the owner defaulted on more than $165 million in loans and debt, according to court filings. The 105,000-square-foot Bel Air estate, known as “The One,” was placed into receivership and is expected to be relisted at a lower price. The receivership marks a stunning reversal for “The One” and its flashy developer, Nile Niami, who often touted the property as his “life mission.”

September 8
2021

Bill Gates Takes Control of Four Seasons in Deal With Saudi Prince Alwaleed

Cascade Investment to pay Kingdom Holding $2.2 billion in cash Saudi Prince’s firm will retain a 23.75% stake in hotel chain

September 8
2021

2021 BNP Paribas Open Announces Player Entry Lists for First-Ever Fall Edition of Tennis Paradise

World No. 1s Novak Djokovic and Ash Barty, Surging Stars Medvedev, Sabalenka, Zverev, Andreescu and Teenage Phenoms Alcaraz, Fernandez, Gauff Ready for Center Stage in the Desert

September 8
2021

Coinbase Says SEC Is Investigating Its Crypto Lending Program

Crypto company’s chief executive criticizes regulator in series of tweets

September 5
2021

Goldman Hires Citigroup, HSBC Bankers as Mideast Deals Surge

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is hiring bankers from rival firms Citigroup Inc. and HSBC Holdings Plc as the U.S. lender seeks to expand its business in the Middle East amid a surge in deals from the region.

September 3
2021

Jobs slowdown puts Fed’s taper timeline in doubt

Analysts predict US central bank could hold off announcing withdrawal of stimulus until end of the year

September 3
2021

U.S. Hiring Slowed Sharply in August

Economy added 235,000 jobs as the Delta variant appears to be weighing on consumer confidence and spending

August 28
2021

How This Master Sommelier Became a Game-Changing Napa Valley CEO

Carlton McCoy Jr.'s rise to the top of the wine world's elite is far from the only remarkable thing about him.

August 27
2021

What Is the Future of Crypto Investment Among Family Offices?

London-based firm of billionaire Simon Nixon set to increase allocation to crypto

August 24
2021

Rafael Nadal’s Sunreef Yacht Is Heading to the Monaco Yacht Show—and You Can Climb Aboard

The yard is holding pre-arranged viewings of the tennis star's prized power cat from September 22-25.

August 24
2021

The 17 Most Important California Vineyards All Wine Lovers Need to Know

A great trick for buying the best bottles of California wine? Memorizing the names of top vineyards so you can spot them on labels.

 

August 23
2021

S&P 5,000?

In the wake of such a powerful rally, it’s natural to ask if US stocks still have upside potential. UBS believes they do and have introduced a year-end 2022 price target of 5,000 for the S&P 500—representing nearly 13% upside.

August 21
2021

How to Maximize Your Points and Miles When Flying Private

Some cards let travelers redeem points through spending to cover purchases—either as a statement credit or to "erase" eligible purchases.

August 20
2021

Here’s why the ultra-wealthy like Bill Gates and Thomas Petterfy are investing in U.S. farmland

The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that 30% of all farmland is owned by landlords who don’t farm themselves. Buyers often purchase land from farmers who have owned it for decades; many of whom may be asset rich but maybe cash poor.

August 20
2021

Gusto Secures A $10 Billion Valuation Tailwind As Its HR Software Sails Toward IPO

Gusto CEO Josh Reeves tells Forbes his company closed on a $175 million funding round in recent weeks.

August 19
2021

The Weeknd Buys $70 Million Mansion in One of L.A.’s Biggest Deals of the Year

The ‘Take My Breath’ singer bought the swanky Bel Air spread in an off-market deal

August 17
2021

Private Jet Prices Are Climbing as First-Time Buyers Increase Demand

First-time owners have pushed demand for preowned jets to new highs, while available supply is at historic lows. The result: Rising prices.

August 17
2021

The 10 most expensive cars that sold at Monterey Car Week

The top seller of the week was a 1995 McLaren F1 sold by Gooding & Co. for $20.5 million, making it the most expensive car to sell at auction since 2018. The 35% increase in total sales was largely the result of higher-quality cars and higher prices. The auctions had 25% fewer cars than 2019. The sell-through rate, or percentage of cars up for auction that sold, surged to 80%, up from 59% in 2019, according to Hagerty.

August 17
2021

It’s a Wine Store for Billionaires, But You Can Shop There Too

Hedonism in London is a paradise for lovers of fine wine

August 13
2021

These People Who Work From Home Have a Secret: They Have Two Jobs

When the pandemic freed employees from having to report to the office, some saw an opportunity to double their salary on the sly. Why be good at one job, they thought, when they could be mediocre at two?

August 13
2021

These People Who Work From Home Have a Secret: They Have Two Jobs

When the pandemic freed employees from having to report to the office, some saw an opportunity to double their salary on the sly. Why be good at one job, they thought, when they could be mediocre at two?

August 13
2021

The Lambroghini Countach is Back - and it's a Hybrid

LamborghiniLamborghini unveiled its revamped Countach supercar at Pebble Beach this week, and as predicted, it’s rocking a little lightning under the hood.

August 13
2021

Our 35 Favorite Cars From the 2021 Pebble Beach Tour d'Elegance

The best and most beautiful cars that will be on the lawn at Pebble on Sunday take a long drive on Thursday.

August 12
2021

Forget Flying Cars. The World’s First Flying Motorcycle Is Coming.

The Speeder's design team said the sci-fi sky-bike recently passed flight tests. They expect it to be commercially available by 2023.

August 11
2021

The family that bet everything on bitcoin when it was $900 is now storing it in secret vaults on four different continents

Didi Taihuttu, his wife and three kids liquidated all of their assets to buy bitcoin back when it was trading at around $900. The Dutch family of five is safeguarding most of their crypto fortune in secret vaults across four different continents. “Cold wallets” are an increasingly popular way to store crypto coins, in order to protect against theft.

August 10
2021

DataRobot is Named to the 2021 Forbes Cloud 100

DataRobot, a leader in Augmented Intelligence, has been named to the Forbes 2021 Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures. DataRobot has secured the #34 spot on this year’s list.

August 10
2021

The 5 most expensive cars selling at Pebble Beach this week

More than $300 million worth of cars for the super rich come up for auction at Pebble Beach this week. Over 1,000 vehicles are expected to be auctioned off, according to Hagerty, the classic car insurance and collector services company. A 1995 McLaren F1, which originally retailed for under $900,000, is estimated to go for more than $21 million.

August 10
2021

Staying in Summer Style in Beverly Hills

The Courier surveyed 12 iconic hotels about new innovations, dining experiences and the ideal guest profile this summer.

August 8
2021

A Vintage Patek Philippe vs. Rothchild’s French Wine: Which Ages Better Over Time?

Can a high-end timepiece age better than a literal fine wine? Let's find out.

August 5
2021

How far does a chef have to go to be truly good?

Eleven Madison Park’s plant-based shift shows that however you define good, one thing’s clear: it’s no longer just about winning awards

August 5
2021

Moderna says its Covid vaccine booster produced ‘robust’ immune response against delta

Moderna said its Covid-19 vaccine booster shot produced a “robust” antibody response against the highly contagious delta variant. In a phase two trial, Moderna is testing a 50-microgram dose of three vaccine booster candidates in previously vaccinated individuals. The data has been submitted to a peer-reviewed journal for publication.

August 5
2021

Continuing jobless claims hit new pandemic-era low, falling below 3 million

Initial jobless claims totaled 385,000 for the week ended July 31, meeting estimates. Continuing claims declined to just below 3 million, the lowest total since March 14, 2020. A separate report showed the U.S. trade deficit hit its highest level ever and a more than 46% increase from a year earlier.

August 4
2021

This $50 Million California Mansion Comes With a Pool Where You Can Breathe Underwater

You can use the snorkeling and scuba diving system to play chess or listen to music at the bottom of the pool.

August 4
2021

French fund manager to launch first EU-regulated bitcoin tracker

Melanion Capital seeks to tap into booming crypto interest with new Ucits vehicle

August 2
2021

Funding to Saudi Arabia's start-ups rises 65% in first half of 2021

FinTech companies accounted for about a fourth of all funding deals in the kingdom, Magnitt report finds

July 30
2021

Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

Amazon stumbles, Robinhood flops and delta rages.

July 29
2021

Digging Deeper into the Delta Variant

On this episode, we take a closer look at the Delta variant including infectiousness, possibilities of mutation, and whether we’re stuck with COVID-19 long-term.

July 29
2021

Finding the right amount of leverage for your portfolio

How leverage can be the best option to enhance returns and achieve your goals

July 29
2021

This Sleek New 180-Foot Superyacht Is Longest Steel and Aluminum Vessel in Its Class

That means it bypasses a whole heap of regulations.

July 29
2021

US economic growth weaker than expected in second quarter

GDP advanced 6.5% on annualised basis as strong consumption was offset by lagging private investment

July 28
2021

Robinhood's rescue: The VC deal that turned a crisis into one of 2021's biggest IPOs

When Robinhood came under fire amid the GameStop fiasco earlier this year, the company's IPO prospects would have been dim if not for an infusion of capital from its VCs. Within a matter of days, those investors structured a $3.5 billion convertible debt deal.

July 28
2021

Facebook beats earnings expectations, but warns of significant growth slowdown

Facebook surpassed analysts’ estimates for earnings and revenue in its second-quarter earnings report. CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent much of the company’s earnings call discussing his vision for the metaverse: a digital world Facebook is investing billions of dollars to create.

July 27
2021

Is Your Portfolio Positioned for These Three Megatrends?

Increased consumer spending, an expanding digital economy and an emerging class of millennial investors could power stocks in the years ahead. Learn how you can prepare.

July 27
2021

DataRobot is Acquiring Algorithmia, Enhancing Leading MLOps Architecture for the Enterprise

DataRobot, a leader in Augmented Intelligence, today announced the acquisition of machine learning operations (MLOps) platform, Algorithmia, further cementing DataRobot’s place as the preeminent provider of comprehensive solutions in the MLOps space, focused on bringing machine learning models into production.

July 27
2021

DataRobot Unveils Major Milestones, Including $300M Series G Funding Investment

DataRobot, a leader in Augmented Intelligence, today announced a $300 million Series G funding round to fuel platform innovation and enable DataRobot to bring the transformative impact of Augmented Intelligence to customers around the world.

July 27
2021

Apple’s iPhone hot streak is going to run into the global chip shortage

Apple reported a blowout quarter on Tuesday, driven by sales of iPhones, which were up 50% annually to $39 billion in sales. The iPhone is on a hot streak driven by last year’s release of the iPhone 12, which is the first significant iPhone redesign since 2017. But Apple now faces an issue that has snarled other automobile companies and smaller technology companies: an industrywide shortage of less-advanced chips.

July 27
2021

3 Megatrends for a Post-Pandemic Market

Increased consumer spending, an expanding digital economy and an emerging class of millennial investors could power stocks in the years ahead. Learn how you can prepare.

July 24
2021

FICO Score’s Hold on the Credit Market Is Slipping

Three-digit number has been linchpin of consumer-credit decisions, but banks are increasingly relying on their own scores

July 21
2021

Dominant delta sparks growth concerns

After reaching record highs a week ago, US equities and bond yields fell in tandem on Monday as rising case numbers of the more infectious delta variant of COVID-19 fueled concerns about the economic recovery.

July 20
2021

Home of the Week: This Historic, Spanish-Style California Estate Can Be Yours for $19 Million

The Roessler House in Palos Verdes Estates was the long-time home of the city’s influential first mayor.

July 20
2021

Coastal California Towns Steal Top Spots on Luxury Segment of WSJ/Realtor.com Index

Affluent buyers are drawn to space and privacy by the ocean, according to the ranking

July 16
2021

As private jet flying soars, so do traveler complaints

Nearly 20% of Private Jet Card Comparisons’ have experienced service letdowns in the past several months, according to a new survey

July 16
2021

The Weekly Fix: The Relentless Bond Rally; FAIT Club’s New Member

The ECB isn’t invoking FAIT (the Fed’s flexible average inflation targeting) with the strategy revamp it announced Thursday.

July 16
2021

Inside the $1.2 Million-a-Week Superyacht Magic Johnson Chartered for His Summer Vacation

The NBA legend and friends Samuel L. Jackson and LL Cool J are enjoying the Mediterranean in style.

July 14
2021

Brain Implant Lets Man ‘Speak’ After Being Silent for More Than a Decade

New research offers hope to people who have lost the ability to speak and marks a step toward devices that let people type by thinking

July 14
2021

Powell says the Fed is still a ways off from altering policy, expects inflation to moderate

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday the economy is “a ways off” from where it needs to be for the central bank to change policy. “Conditions in the labor market have continued to improve, but there is still a long way to go,” he said, adding that inflation has “increased notably” due mostly to temporary factors.

July 14
2021

Sourcegraph raises $125M Series D on $2.6B valuation for universal code search tool

Sourcegraph, a late-stage startup that wants to bring the power of search to code, announced a $125 million Series D investment today on a $2.625 billion valuation, a 3x growth from its previous valuation in December 2020, according to the company.

July 13
2021

America’s Top States for Business 2021

To rank America’s Top States for Business in 2021, CNBC scored all 50 states on 85 metrics in 10 broad categories of competitiveness.

July 12
2021

ByteDance Shelved IPO Intentions After Chinese Regulators Warned About Data Security

Owner of TikTok video app took different approach from ride-hailing company Didi, which pressed ahead with U.S. listing

July 11
2021

Richard Branson touches the edge of space

Entrepreneur’s ride to zero gravity is a milestone for his Virgin Galactic venture

July 10
2021

Why the Global Chip Shortage Is Hard to Overcome | WSJ

A global chip shortage is affecting how quickly we can drive a car off the lot or buy a new laptop. WSJ visits a fabrication plant in Singapore to see the complex process of chip making and how one manufacturer is trying to overcome the shortage.

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