In this episode Scott discusses: Stock futures are mixed with the S&P up and the Nasdaq slightly down. The 10 year treasury yield reaches 1.67 percent. New jobless claims came in at 290,000. Portillos, a Chicago favorite, went public. Intel is
In this episode Scott discusses: Stock futures point slightly down today. Tesla reports record profits and revenues. IBM revenues rose in the 3rd quarter to $17.62 billion. Blackstone buying majority stake in Spanx.
In this episode, Scott discusses: Blackstone acquires Spanx for $1.2 billion Appolo Global Management aiming to hit $1 Trillion by 2025 Monroe Capital supports HIG Capital’s recapitalization of Health Network One Issues leaders are facing today
In this episode Scott discusses: Stock market surges yesterday. 10 year treasury yield keeps gaining. United’s loss shrinks. Netflix refinds it’s growth while the growth of other streaming services slows. Walmart is the largest employer in the
In this episode Scott discusses: Stock markets up yesterday, futures point up today. 10 year treasury yield to open around 1.5840 Supply chain and labor shortages lead to drop in US industrial production in Sept S&P 500 having a surprisingly gr
In this episode Scott discusses: After a stock market surge Thursday and Friday, futures point down this am, but not dramatically. The ten year treasury yield has recovered 5 basis points plus to open today close to 1.57 or so. Oil prices move
In this episode Scott discusses: The equity markets surged yesterday with the S&P up 1.7 percent and the Nasdaq up 1.7 percent also. Walgreens jumped 7.4 percent on both its earnings and announcing it will buy a majority stake in VillageMD. Ban
In this episode Scott Becker discusses when a growing business no longer needs to rely on a single customer. He also talks about how it is a sign of success when a business can turn away problematic customers.
In this episode Scott discusses: Inflation is up 5.4 percent year over year. Social security benefits going up 5.9 percent based on its tie to inflation. The Fed hurries its pace to taper bond purchases. Wages are up 4.6 percent year over year.
In this episode Scott discusses: Southwest Airlines Trying to Get Back on Track. COVID-19 Hospitalizations and Deaths Drop. Stocks are Pointing Up Slightly. Economists Worry We are Heading for Stagflation.
This episode features David Pivnick, Partner at McGuireWoods and C0-Chair of the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry Team. Here, he discusses the evolution of his career, advice for other leaders, and his current top priorities.