Based on the sample certification form noted above, asset-backed and other passive issuers, cooperatives, limited partnerships (including MLPs) and management investment companies registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 are exempt from NASDAQ’s compensation committee listing rules and are not required to submit the certification. However, smaller reporting companies, foreign private issuers and controlled companies would need to complete and file the certification even though they are exempt from some or all of the compensation committee listing rules. Similarly, listed companies relying on the “exceptional and limited circumstances” exception or a phase-in schedule (for example, IPO issuers) must complete and file the certification. … [Read more...] about NASDAQ Amends Compensation Committee Independence Requirements
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“Unfortunately, we still have to work through this volatility,” said Tom Essaye, founder of The Sevens Report. “Between now and the end of the year, there are two big hurdles: First, the Fed needs to do a dovish rate hike. The market can’t survive a hawkish surprise. Also, we need some semblance of calm on the global trade front.” … [Read more...] about Dow Tumbles More Than 500 Points, Wipes Out Gain for the Year to Cap Wild Week on Wall Street
Here's a thought though. Could the yen's safe-haven status come under doubt? After all Japan's export-focused economy is highly vulnerable to a trade war, and an upcoming sales tax hike rekindles memories of 2014, when a similar tax increase hurt the economy. And notwithstanding dovish BOJ signals, officials privately acknowledge the demerits of prolonged easing, notably the hit financial institutions are taking from negative interest rates. … [Read more...] about Take Five: Bear-y Christmas! World markets themes for the week ahead
"The market is caught up in this hysteria," said Ken Polcari, managing principal at ButcherJoseph Asset Management in New York. But "it's an overreaction," he said, "and if you're a long-term investor, the last thing you should be doing right now is selling." … [Read more...] about Nasdaq in bear market, first of the three major U.S. indexes
But 1 TB is already starting to look too restrictive. As consumers use their internet connections for more things, like streaming movies,and for more taxing things, like streaming video in 4K instead of 1080p, they burn through more data faster. In early 2019, one study found that the number of U.S. households using 1 TB of data in a month had doubled year over year. Those households were still barely more than 4% of the total, but the trend is clear. … [Read more...] about Is Google right about data caps?