Responding to extreme volatility and speculation
It’s hard not to be fixated by the extreme volatility in today’s markets. Long-Term Stock Exchange CEO, Zoran Perkov's response.Read article
Voices: Amy Butte, former CFO of NYSE, on rebuilding trust in the markets
This guest post is the first in our Voices series, where LTSE invites industry leaders to share their perspectives.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion at LTSE: Here and now
Some of our learnings from 2020 and operating principles we will continue to commit to in 2021.
Shrinking the volatility gap
A new way for companies to quantify and act on investor behavior
Out of the pandemic, chances for another future
When life is disrupted by crisis, some people see opportunities they might not otherwise.
Research: Adding women to the C-suite changes how companies think
Firms became more open to change and tended to shift focus from M&A to R&D.
Harvard Business Review
How work has changed a year into the pandemic
Work is different. What does that mean for the future?
A computer scientist who tackles inequality through algorithms
Rediet Abebe uses the tools of computer science to understand and try to fix social problems.
This Is the best time to start a business
The economic floodgates are about to open wide.
4 useful strategies to resist the siren song of multitasking
These tips go beyond the basics of silencing notifications and keeping set hours.
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A guide to cap tables for the busy founder
Simply put, your cap table describes who owns what and potential investors will ask for a copy when you ask them for money.
What's your startup's share price?
Though a simple question, finding the answer can get complicated quickly. The worth of your company’s stock may depend on who’s asking… and why.
Three alternatives to layoffs that can strengthen your startup
When COVID-19 first began to impact the world, market experts initially predicted an economic climate that would quickly...
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