Wall Street supports the pills

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  • We mapped the major investors leading Wall Street in the family rental sector.
  • Meet the leading private equity investors in Hollywood.
  • A specialist KKR talent describes how PE companies do not just hire “basic” schools.

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Meet the crowd of investors closing their homes and buying the suburbs of America


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Here are the top players in a family’s thriving rental sector.

Click here to see the full list.

Meet 13 private equity investors who bet big in Hollywood and support hits from “Knives Out” to “Mare of Easttown”.

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From Apollo to Zelnik, these 13 private gamblers are betting billions in Hollywood. Read the full list here.

Michaela Edwards has left a high-profile portfolio manager position to make money for eBay billionaire Jeff Skoll. Here he learned about the “strange” world of family offices.

Michaela Edwards, Partner and Portfolio Manager at Capricorn Investment Group.

(photo courtesy of Capricorn Investment Group)

Michaela Edwards is an associate and portfolio manager at the $ 8 billion Capricorn Investment Group, which was originally founded as a family office for Jeffrey Skoll and the Skoll Foundation. Read more here.

KKR Talent Executor Says Private Company College Recruitment Extends Beyond Basic Target Schools

Grace Koo is in charge of KKR talent acquisition.

Grace Koo is in charge of KKR talent acquisition.


KKR’s Grace Koo said the company is moving away from hiring only “basic” schools. Here’s what else he said.

TikTok has banned fintech and other categories of influence campaigns. But there are alternatives that brands use.

TikTok stocks

This image shows a TikTok logo on a smartphone with stock rates in the background.

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Marketers say TikTok’s new policies are intended to protect younger users of the app from bad actors. Here’s what else we know.

The wage frenzy on Wall Street is becoming too much. The following is a list of companies that have been compiled so far.

pay Wall Street bonuses

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Wall Street is paying newer talents with special bonuses and salary increases in an effort to keep them from leaving. We have the complete list of companies that have increased salaries so far.

Single lots:

In Big Law companies, partner pay is not commensurate with affiliate profits. Here are two charts that analyze the growing gap. (Knowledgeable)

Bill Ackman Drops SPAC Plan for Universal Music Deal (WSJ)

Inside Merrill’s Fight With Advisors to Keep 44 Clients (Barron’s)

Accountants, lawmakers urge rules for Crypto (WSJ) accounting

JPMorgan is in a blockchain recruitment (The Block)

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