Instead, Pappas said, she is focused on what TikTok’s future could look like if the app’s ownership is bifurcated. Most of all, she said, she is doubling down on putting TikTok’s community of creators and users — ranging from those who post videos of cake decorating to those who break dance — first. Pappas later added that she regularly talked to Zhang Yiming, ByteDance’s founder and Chief Executive, about all of these issues. … [Read more...] about The woman taking over TikTok at the toughest time
Trump abc interview
The Trump clip arrives early in the film, a fairly late-breaking inclusion that drives home how brazenly the modern GOP has become in its efforts at voter suppression. It’s nearly the last that viewers will hear from the current president, though, in a film whose scope begins with post-Civil War Reconstruction, but stretches all the way back to the Declaration of Independence, in which “We the people” referred exclusively to white, male, property-owners. … [Read more...] about ‘All In: The Fight for Democracy’ is the only documentary you need to see before this election
However, this could pave the way for consolidation in the sector in favour of strong private names. The realty sector is expected to remain muted in the short term since people are still uncertain of committing to such a large burden, although there is traction in higher-end projects, which are also being offered at a discount. … [Read more...] about With US elections getting closer, chances of profit-booking are high: Paras Bothra
Q) There is a lot of chatter around the Dollar index which is likely to go down. How will that impact emerging markets like India? If Trump wins the election do you see a strong dollar and how that impacts equity markets?A) If the US$ goes down, in general, it helps the emerging equity markets and India. A strong dollar is typically not positive of emerging market equities. … [Read more...] about DAILY VOICE | Healthy earnings expected for pharma sector in FY21: Gautam Duggad of Motilal Oswal
Besides fashion, in India, the big rental or pre-owned category is of luxury cars. According to Vinod Kothari, founder of Vinod Kothari Consultants that offers financial consultancy to brands and companies, “Brands such as Volvo and Daimler now allow leasing for three to four years and then agree to take back the asset, charging only about 60-65% of the asset cost over the lease term. In essence, the customer has the exclusive possession and use of the asset for those years, while paying only for a part of the asset cost. If the car is used for business, the rentals are tax-deductible.” … [Read more...] about Don’t have enough dosh to spend on a Prada gown, Gucci bag or a Rolls Royce? Just rent it!