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    Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -- "Almost every big company using AI to automate processes has a need for humans as a part of that AI, says Panos Ipeirotis, a professor at New York University's Stern School of Business. America's five largest financial institutions employ teams of non-engineers as part of their AI systems, says Dr. Ipeirotis, who consults with banks."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "More and more, we are wondering why, when we know the top Silicon Valley companies are not benevolent, we invite them into the most intimate areas of our lives, as Scott Galloway asks in 'The Four,' a book about how Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are refashioning the world. 'Are these entities the Four Horsemen of god, love, sex, and consumption?' Mr. Galloway wonders. 'Or are they the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?'"
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "'The rule-makers have woken up to the fact that they can’t regulate Uber and Lyft out of existence but at the same time I think cab companies start out with a legacy problem,' said Aswath Damodaran, a professor at the New York University Stern School of Business."
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    Excerpt from Philstar.com -- "The DHL Global Connectedness Index – which tracks international trade, capital, information and people flow – shows that globalization slowed down in 2015 but did not go into reverse. Updated data for 2016 for trade and investment suggests a continued slowdown but still no reversal."
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    Excerpt from Xinhua -- "Corporations would have greater levels of profitability due to lower taxes, while higher level of profitability for corporations leads to higher stock prices, Robert Salomon, associate professor at the Stern School of Business, New York University, told Xinhua in a recent interview."
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    Excerpt from The New York Post -- "'This was probably due to hurricane impacts but fits into a larger trend where wage growth has been weaker in this recovery than prior ones,' Joseph Foudy, a business professor at New York University, told The Post."
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    Excerpt from The Ringer -- "Alter and colleague Daniel Oppenheimer studied the performance of hundreds of stocks from 1990 through 2004 and found the ones with simpler names were the ones that performed better. The same went for politicians ('people prefer politicians with simpler names') and lawyers in American firms ('fluent names rise up the legal hierarchy to partnership more quickly')."
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    Excerpt from Fox Business -- "Simplification.. one page.. that is music to my ears. At the same time, we've got to remember, we've got all these things we as a population, we as an electorate, want to have done, whether it's having a safe country, increasing the capability of the men and women who serve in our armed forces, getting a better air traffic control system, getting more potholes fixed in our roads... all of those things, we've got to pay for them somehow."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "I have studied the mobile economy for awhile now and I am fascinated by the facial recognition technology that the new iphone X has. China has been the trendsetter in the mobile economy and everybody else is actually following them. One particular aspect that fascinates me is facial recognition...a lot of consumers in China are accustomed increasingly to having facial recognition technology and my sense is that this particular technology and the iphone X is something that will be well received."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "WeWork started testing a program last month to let Airbnb guests in six cities save spots at co-working offices nearby. If WeWork pursues more short-term rentals, the company could benefit from how Airbnb legitimized unconventional travel accommodations, says Arun Sundararajan, a professor at New York University who wrote a book about the sharing economy."
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    Excerpt from the Los Angeles Times -- "Schoenholtz and others who have seen Powell speak and engage with audiences say that Powell knows how to communicate and that he has learned leadership skills at the Fed and in Treasury. Before joining the Fed, Powell had been a visiting scholar at the Bipartisan Policy Center think tank and a partner at the Carlyle Group, a high-powered Washington, D.C., asset-management firm. 'He’s had a long experience at the Fed, and he’s been part of the process of creating consensus there about policy,' Schoenholtz said."
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    Excerpt from CFO -- "'Mandating a fully independent audit committee with at least three outside directors is not, on average, value enhancing,' write the authors, Seil Kim of the City University of New York and April Klein of New York University. The study’s findings are based on financial and governance information on 1,122 companies drawn from several large databases."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "If The New York Times can protect us from the weaponization of their platform with $90 million in cash flow, Facebook can figure it out with $12 billion. Facebook could hire 10,000 people to screen content, they could spend a half a billion dollars a year on artificial intelligence to help those people identify and flag that content, and it would dent their free cash flow five or 10%. When big tech tells you something is impossible, that's Latin for, 'we would be less profitable if we did this.'"
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    Excerpt from the Chicago Tribune -- "'It makes complete sense from the perspective of the pricing game. It’s a traders’ game right now,' said Aswath Damodaran, finance professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business. 'It does absolutely nothing in advancing bitcoin’s cause as a digital currency.'"
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    Professor David Yermack shares his views on bitcoin

    October 31, 2017
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    Excerpt from Christian Science Monitor -- "'I think bitcoin is more of an investment security than a currency,' David Yermack, a finance professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, writes in an e-mail. Some 90 percent of the transactions appear to be between investors rather than as payments for goods and services, he says."
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    Excerpt from CBS News -- "Russell Winer, a marketing professor at New York University's Stern School of Business, believes the company is not a pyramid scheme. 'If there are products that are actually being sold to consumers, then it's not a pyramid scheme,' he told Werner."
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    Excerpt from DNAinfo -- "'The LLC constructions are common, especially on the higher end,' he said, noting that a report from the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) found that 30 percent of sales involving LLCs were connected to people who had been reported for suspicious activity by financial institutions. 'Once this type of activity receives a lot more scrutiny, as it certainly will because of the Manafort case, it will temper enthusiasm for these purchases and put further pressure on an already shaky New York luxury market,' Van Nieuwerburgh said."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "'I think it’s far more important to understand and appreciate high-quality economic analysis than it is to have a Ph.D.,' said Kim Schoenholtz, a professor of economics at New York University. He noted that most Treasury secretaries had not held degrees in economics. 'What distinguishes the most effective secretaries is skill at bringing in talented personnel and appreciation for the value of informed economic analyses,' he said."
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    Excerpt from the Stamford Advocate -- "'Shrinking its footprint generally has been part of the recovery for RBS,' said Lawrence J. White, a professor of economics in New York University’s business school. 'It shouldn’t come as a big surprise that as part of the overall shrinking that they would be shrinking their North American operations.'"
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    Excerpt from The Conversation -- "Itamar Simonson and Russell S. Winer found that when people plan their lunches for the upcoming week, they tended to buy a diverse assortment of meats and yogurt. But when they bought lunch one day at a time, they often ended up eating the same turkey sandwich and strawberry yogurt every day."
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    Excerpt from Institutional Investor -- "As French economist Thomas Philippon shows, the unit cost of financial intermediation is higher today than it was a century ago. All the improvements in information technology have been canceled out by trading activities with little social value. This is why a bloated finance industry has been shown to be a drag on productivity and real economic growth."
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "... [It] is not just that we claim that earnings don't matter. We actually prove it. In a recent article we published, we show for all companies that even if you had the dream forecasting machine, meaning that you could forecast, you could identify all the companies that will meet and beat consensus next quarter, you are not going to make any money from this."
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    Excerpt from Cheddar -- "New York City has among the most stringent regulations on short-term rentals, so it makes it increasingly hard to rent your place out on Airbnb relative to most American cities. I think the right regulatory approach is to first recognize that the regulatory boxes that were created for hotels don't fit the typical Airbnb host because this is fundamentally a different business model."
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "'Carlyle is going about it sensibly, without taking away from the firm the founders’ clout and influence with big investor institutions,' says Mr Smith, a Goldman Sachs partner before he went into academia. 'Others will do the same.'"
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    Excerpt from Risk.net -- "SRisk, a systemic risk measure developed by Robert Engle, a Nobel Prize-winning economist at New York University, figures prominently in the FSVM [Financial System Vulnerabilities Monitor]. It is one of the measures used to track contagion, one of six risk categories covered by the monitor."

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