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SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son

The WeWork fiasco might cost SoftBank a $2.8 billion loan from Japan’s biggest banks

There's "a definite change in mood" towards SoftBank since the WeWork debacle.
Bitcoin plunged below $8,000 on Thursday.

Bitcoin plunges below $8,000 after 7 straight days of declines

The world's biggest cryptocurrency, which rallied past $13,000 in late June, has dropped sharply this week.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook’s Libra launch was ‘ridiculously stupid,’ blockchain boss says

"The way they rolled it out ... it was just so in your face," R3's CEO David Rutter said at a recent conference.

Trump’s trade war puts the US and China ‘in the foothills of a cold war,’ says Henry Kissinger

"World War I broke out because a relatively minor crisis could not be mastered," the former US trade secretary said at a Bloomberg event.
Berkshire Hathaway boss Warren Buffett

A secretive $120 billion hedge fund has bested Warren Buffett again and again. These are its 10 biggest holdings.

Renaissance Technologies, founded by a Cold War codebreaker, counts Chipotle and Facebook among its largest investments.

Hedge funds grow bored of Trump’s tweets after a barrage of ‘rhetoric that didn’t pan out’

"Like the perpetual drunk droning on, the regulars have stopped listening," one analyst told Business Insider.
WeWork cofounder and former CEO Adam Neumann

‘Thank you, WeWork’ — 2 of the coworking startup’s biggest rivals are cashing in after its public meltdown

"Landlords are considering going in our direction that maybe weren't before," CBRE boss Robert Sulentic told analysts this month.

Apple’s stock has ‘room to run’ another 10%, says Morgan Stanley

The stock is "under owned," analyst Katy Huberty told CNBC. “Even the top 100" Apple investors "have a position that’s less than the S&P 500 weighting.”

Squarespace is reportedly in talks to borrow up to $400 million ahead of a public listing

The website-building platform wants to secure the credit facility before pursuing an IPO in 2021 or later, Bloomberg reported.

Former hedge fund trader gets 40 months in prison for tricking investors by overvaluing assets

Jeremy Shor, a former trader at Premium Point Investments, was found guilty of helping the firm's co-founder defraud investors.