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Capital Calls: Being the unbranded filling in McDonald’s burger buns is a way to shift burgers, but not a recipe for premium pricing power – which is the ingredient Beyond Meat needs, says @alpgomez. https://t.co/w4og3hlI9c https://t.co/svaLpvNZ3F

Capital Calls: Being the unbranded filling in McDonald’s burger buns is a way to shift burgers, but not a recipe for premium pricing power – which is the ingredient Beyond Meat needs, says @alpgomez. https://t.co/w4og3hlI9c https://t.co/svaLpvNZ3F

In poker, if you don’t know who the sucker is, it’s you. That’s also true of blank-check firms. Sponsors, SPAC traders, merger co-investors and target-company owners all rake it in. Regular shareholders get the crumbs, @richardbeales1 explains. https://t.co/a4fPwdRVUB https://t.co/rHfmRejTKb

In poker, if you don’t know who the sucker is, it’s you. That’s also true of blank-check firms. Sponsors, SPAC traders, merger co-investors and target-company owners all rake it in. Regular shareholders get the crumbs, @richardbeales1 explains. https://t.co/a4fPwdRVUB https://t.co/rHfmRejTKb

Capital Calls: With a captive audience of eaters stuck at home, DoorDash’s fourth-quarter sales rose 226% year-over-year. It will be tough to keep up its scorching growth once customers can eat out comfortably, says @jennifersaba. https://t.co/XccY8QZSLM https://t.co/OfLWkw7WzM

Capital Calls: With a captive audience of eaters stuck at home, DoorDash’s fourth-quarter sales rose 226% year-over-year. It will be tough to keep up its scorching growth once customers can eat out comfortably, says @jennifersaba. https://t.co/XccY8QZSLM https://t.co/OfLWkw7WzM

Mark Machin just lost his job as chief executive of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board for getting a coronavirus vaccine in the UAE. His situation is an unedifying contrast with the first delivery this week of vaccines to Ghana, says @richardbeales1. https://t.co/ED8LB9Zg6D https://t.co/2XgGRsyp50

Mark Machin just lost his job as chief executive of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board for getting a coronavirus vaccine in the UAE. His situation is an unedifying contrast with the first delivery this week of vaccines to Ghana, says @richardbeales1. https://t.co/ED8LB9Zg6D https://t.co/2XgGRsyp50

Barclays has won a legal, if not moral, victory over Amanda Staveley, writes @LiamWardProud in Capital Calls: https://t.co/8uxTNGtYVy https://t.co/DilJy24Lxu

Barclays has won a legal, if not moral, victory over Amanda Staveley, writes @LiamWardProud in Capital Calls: https://t.co/8uxTNGtYVy https://t.co/DilJy24Lxu

Central bankers will welcome the cause but not the effect of rising yields. @swahapattanaik explains why this is the case and how monetary policymakers might react if borrowing costs keep rising https://t.co/nJLiNVUB14

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Much of @JavierBlas and @jfarchy’s “The World for Sale” could form the basis of a good thriller. But the book’s main achievement is to subject the biggest commodity players – and their impact on the real world – to proper scrutiny, writes @gfhay: https://t.co/F663tCcHx3 https://t.co/uuHSSHRaJw

Much of @JavierBlas and @jfarchy’s “The World for Sale” could form the basis of a good thriller. But the book’s main achievement is to subject the biggest commodity players – and their impact on the real world – to proper scrutiny, writes @gfhay: https://t.co/F663tCcHx3 https://t.co/uuHSSHRaJw

From @Breakingviews: Shareholders in loss-making luxury carmaker Aston Martin need to buckle up, writes @CGAThompson in Capital Calls https://t.co/HEWR5f2krJ

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Many of the narrative threads of “The World for Sale” could form the basis of a good thriller. But the book’s main achievement is to subject the biggest commodity players – and their impact on the real world – to proper critical scrutiny, writes @gfhay: https://t.co/F663tCcHx3 https://t.co/JVWTHr8Q18

Many of the narrative threads of “The World for Sale” could form the basis of a good thriller. But the book’s main achievement is to subject the biggest commodity players – and their impact on the real world – to proper critical scrutiny, writes @gfhay: https://t.co/F663tCcHx3 https://t.co/JVWTHr8Q18

The U.S. Senate referee ruled that the proposed $15 hourly minimum wage increase can't be included in the $1.9 trillion coronavirus bill. @GinaChon wrote early this month that the move was a stretch to begin with. https://t.co/jSLjZbn1yf https://t.co/sOpBQCwB2c

The U.S. Senate referee ruled that the proposed $15 hourly minimum wage increase can't be included in the $1.9 trillion coronavirus bill. @GinaChon wrote early this month that the move was a stretch to begin with. https://t.co/jSLjZbn1yf https://t.co/sOpBQCwB2c

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From @Breakingviews: AMP investors were understandably aggrieved when a deal to sell the company failed to materialize. Now boss Francesco De Ferrari is close to pulling off what may be the next best thing, writes @AntonyMCurrie in Capital Calls https://t.co/QJBjDDszJu

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From @Breakingviews: Central bankers will get their wish for a sharp rebound in growth this year. But they might be less happy with how that affects fixed-income markets. Inaction may not be an option, writes @swahapattanaik https://t.co/c3xAIKAp92

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“The World for Sale” offers a virtuoso depiction of the globe’s top oil, food, and metals traders. @gfhay reviewed the book by @JavierBlas and @jfarchy: https://t.co/avx4fo8Mke https://t.co/CteBlepq7s

“The World for Sale” offers a virtuoso depiction of the globe’s top oil, food, and metals traders. @gfhay reviewed the book by @JavierBlas and @jfarchy: https://t.co/avx4fo8Mke https://t.co/CteBlepq7s

Central bankers will get their wish for a sharp rebound in growth this year. But they might be less happy with how that affects fixed-income markets. Inaction may not be an option, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/NaQ2XUR2oH https://t.co/gRpX7CE2UR

Central bankers will get their wish for a sharp rebound in growth this year. But they might be less happy with how that affects fixed-income markets. Inaction may not be an option, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/NaQ2XUR2oH https://t.co/gRpX7CE2UR

AMP investors were understandably aggrieved when a potential deal to sell the company to Ares Management failed to materialise. Now boss Francesco De Ferrari is close to pulling off what may be the next best thing, writes @AntonyMCurrie in Capital Calls: https://t.co/H3OhrLwhL5 https://t.co/Cele6eCkta

AMP investors were understandably aggrieved when a potential deal to sell the company to Ares Management failed to materialise. Now boss Francesco De Ferrari is close to pulling off what may be the next best thing, writes @AntonyMCurrie in Capital Calls: https://t.co/H3OhrLwhL5 https://t.co/Cele6eCkta

Europe is worried about its semiconductor shortcomings. Yet building a new chip factory, known in the industry as a fab, risks putting the technological cart before the horse, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/ABZq9BdopN https://t.co/gKYzWdDBgd

Europe is worried about its semiconductor shortcomings. Yet building a new chip factory, known in the industry as a fab, risks putting the technological cart before the horse, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/ABZq9BdopN https://t.co/gKYzWdDBgd

Saint Gobain’s CEO botch-job looks like a Gallic tradition, and Britain’s fintech aspirations may rest on outdated assumptions about business hubs. Catch up with concise views on global finance in the Covid-19 era in Capital Calls: https://t.co/IU9zHe5EOX https://t.co/0OwY8BR3xx

Saint Gobain’s CEO botch-job looks like a Gallic tradition, and Britain’s fintech aspirations may rest on outdated assumptions about business hubs. Catch up with concise views on global finance in the Covid-19 era in Capital Calls: https://t.co/IU9zHe5EOX https://t.co/0OwY8BR3xx

Britain’s fintech aspirations may rest on outdated assumptions about business hubs, writes @LiamWardProud in Capital Calls: https://t.co/3oKGntdR6W https://t.co/zsmbPGcYyX

Britain’s fintech aspirations may rest on outdated assumptions about business hubs, writes @LiamWardProud in Capital Calls: https://t.co/3oKGntdR6W https://t.co/zsmbPGcYyX

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