Jul 25, 2019

Podcast: Fixing the IPO

When a company goes public, many are quick to celebrate big "pops," or rapid stock price increases. But behind the headlines is big money left on the table, often for the benefit of wealthy Wall Street clients. Dan digs into mispriced markets and solutions with venture capitalist Bill Gurley, whose deals have included Uber, Stitch Fix and Zillow.

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Podcast: Fears of a global recession

Global economies are slowing, in a rapid reversal from where things stood at the beginning of 2018. Germany, China, Japan, the U.S., and more. Dan digs in with Axios Markets editor Dion Rabouin:

Go deeper: The synchronized global slump

Keep ReadingArrowAug 16, 2019

Podcast: The next college admissions scandal

A collection of wealthy parents have figured out a new loophole to get college financial aid for their kids, and it might very well be legal. Dan digs into the latest college admissions scandal with the Wall Street Journal's Doug Belkin, who broke the story.

Go deeper: University of Missouri probes financial aid awards "scam" claims

Keep ReadingArrowJul 31, 2019

Podcast: WeWork gets ready for its close-up

WeWork filed for what could be the year's most polarizing IPO on Wednesday. Dan digs into the numbers with Axios' Kia Kokalitcheva. Plus Facebook endures yet another privacy fumble, and China's trade tensions bubble up north of the border.

Keep ReadingArrowAug 14, 2019