In the latest Fund Managers' Survey release by Bank of America this week, there was an overarching agreement on what Wall Street's "smart money" believes will be the biggest drive of equity prices in the next 6 months. The answer, as shown in the chart below, is Treasury Bond Yields... ... Show More Summary
According to Donald Trump, his business bankruptcies were tremendously smart things to do, and, if looked at from the right angle, almost a heroic blow against nasty Wall Street types: "These lenders aren't babies," he said during a Republican primary debate last fall. Show More Summary
These days, stocks and bonds are piled on the elevated side of the seesaw. They’re both expensive. The post Where the Smart Money Goes When the Bubble Bursts was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
LONDON — Apple's UK flagship store is back after being closed for renovation — and it's had more than just a lick of paint. Mashable got a first look at the redesigned new shop on Regent Street. With its huge windows and smart bulbs,...Show More Summary
Smartphones have made it easier than ever to keep occupied while commuting, but all it takes is a dead battery to make for a tedious waiting game. A recently installed piece of street furniture in the Turkish city of Istanbul, however,...Show More Summary
Yahoo may be playing with the idea of one day scanning people on the street or in their cars through a camera and mic-equipped "smart" billboard. According to patent applications disclosed on Thursday, first discovered by The Mercury...Show More Summary
Received from a reader in Truman Square:"I live at 47[xx] Kenmore and work from home. There are teams of people from Just Energy going down the street ringing doorbells today. They told me it was to check up on a smart meter we just had installed. Show More Summary
Several "massive" cyberattacks were launched last week, with an "army" of security cameras and DVRs being hijacked by hackers, the Wall Street Journal reports. Even famed security researcher Brian Krebs was affected, and saw his website temporarily disabled. The hackers hijacked up to a million cameras, DVRs, and other devices...
As reported by many sources, including the Wall Street Journal, “When Mrs. Clinton said there were years when Mr. Trump paid no taxes, he replied, ‘That makes me smart.’” The reference to taxes was in the context of federal income taxes. Show More Summary
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Over his 40-year banking career, James Runde learned that being just as smart and hard working as his colleagues isn't enough. Instead, developing emotional intelligence, or "EQ," is key to getting ahead on Wall Street, according to his article for the Harvard Business Review. Show More Summary
Snapchat is losing the "chat." The company has been renamed Snap Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported late Friday night. Cleaner, right? SEE ALSO: Leaked video appears to show Snapchat's long-rumored smart sunglasses That's not all: The company will also release video-recording sunglasses called Spectacles this fall. Show More Summary
The Snapchat Spectacles are official. Snapchat’s 26-year-old CEO Evan Spiegel says Spectacles are a smart wearable for video-sharing, according to the Wall Street Journal. Since this is the first hardware product offering, Spiegel stated that the company is taking things slow with Spectacles and shall release limited units for $130 this fall. Show More Summary
The classic Wall Street trader is dead. For decades or even centuries, the professional investment markets were characterized by smart individuals buying and selling stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities based on intuition...
The long arm of the law gets the shortest car on the road. Continue reading The Smart ForTwo hits the streets for the NYPD The Smart ForTwo hits the streets for the NYPD originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 23 Sep 2016 08:06:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Smart vehicle technology is being used on the streets of Edmonton, making it the first Canadian city to see cars "communicating" with each other and with roadside infrastructure in an effort to improve road safety.
I got to talk to Jane Jacobs once, toward the end of her life, an interview that is mentioned, in its properly Lilliputian proportion, in Robert Kanigel’s new biography, “Eyes on the Street: The Life of Jane Jacobs” (Knopf). She wasShow More Summary
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Verizon has acquired internet of things (IoT) startup Sensity Systems (“Sensity”), a company that provides smart LED lights for streets, airports, malls, and more. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded out of Sunnyvale, California, in 2010, Sensity wants to capitalize on a global shift to LED lighting in cities in the coming years. […]