New York City: Wall Street to take steps to ensure that consumers are protected

Posted December 08, 2017 13:14:07 New York is poised to adopt legislation that would require companies to disclose consumer information, such as credit scores, when it seeks a license to offer financial products.The law would apply to all companies that offer consumer-focused financial services, including prepaid cards, credit-monitoring products, and payment services.The measure would alsoRead More

Why Betsy DeVos is not the next billionaire investor

The president’s pick for education secretary, Betsy DeVos, may not have the background to be a billionaire investor, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data from her portfolio company, Vergara.The billionaire investor profile, which includes financial information and personal financial statements, indicates that the Michigan billionaire investor is a net worth of $1.2Read More

How to buy a Viking Global Investors business daily

Today is the day to buy the company that owns the Minnesota Vikings, according to the Minneapolis-based Viking Global Partners.The Minneapolis-founded investment firm, which is known for its investment in brands like the Minneapolis Stars and the Timberwolves, will offer to buy back shares in the Vikings on a one-for-one basis.The Vikings are on theRead More