Liverpool FC just signed the most lucrative kit deal in EPL history with Nike, and part owner Lebron James celebrated on Instagram

Liverpool FC part owner Lebron James took to Instagram to welcome the English Premier League side to Nike, after it penned a record new kit deal. The Reds announced the new deal on Tuesday, and according to The Independent, it is likely to be the most lucrative in EPL history, eclipsing Manchester United’s yearly $98 million contract, also with Nike. “YNWA,” James said, alongside a love heart emoji and a photo of the club’s badge. “As a brand, Nike reflects our ambitions for growth,” Liverpool’s managing director said in an official statement. “We look forward to working with them to bring fans new and exciting products.” of our soccer coverage… Read More

Continue Reading

Looking at 2020: 3 lessons leaders can learn from the fall of former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann, according to a millennial success coach

Arika Pierce is a Gen Z and millennial success coach who helps younger generations succeed in business, leadership, and life. She is the author of “The Millennial’s Playbook to Adulting,” a one-stop resource on everything from personal branding and networking to job hunting, finances, and health. Follow her on Instagram. In November 2019, WeWork announced its cutting of 2,400 employees in an effort to cut costs after staggering losses, after cancelling its IPO in September. While there are a number of factors that have led to WeWork’s fall, many are now taking a deeper look into the impact WeWork’s cofounder and former CEO Adam Neumann had on the company. Pierce… Read More

Continue Reading

Here are the 8 biggest holdings in Bill Ackman’s flagship hedge fund, which returned a whopping 58% in 2019

Billionaire Bill Ackman’s hedge fund returned 58% in 2019. The 2019 performance was a fantastic rebound for the fund, which posted negative net returns each year from 2015 to 2018. Here are the top eight publicly disclosed holdings in Ackman’s hedge fund, according to the most recent SEC filings. on Business Insider. After strong performance throughout the year, Bill Ackman’s activist hedge fund Pershing Square Holdings ended 2019 with a net performance of 58.1%, the company said in its December portfolio update. Some of the outperformance — the S&P 500 returned 29% in the same time frame — was credited to none other than the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.… Read More

Continue Reading

Here are the 8 biggest holdings in Bill Ackman’s flagship hedge fund, which returned a whopping 58% in 2019

Billionaire Bill Ackman’s hedge fund returned 58% in 2019. The 2019 performance was a fantastic rebound for the fund, which posted negative net returns each year from 2015 to 2018. Here are the top eight publicly disclosed holdings in Ackman’s hedge fund, according to the most recent SEC filings. on Business Insider. After strong performance throughout the year, Bill Ackman’s activist hedge fund Pershing Square Holdings ended 2019 with a net performance of 58.1%, the company said in its December portfolio update. Some of the outperformance — the S&P 500 returned 29% in the same time frame — was credited to none other than the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.… Read More

Continue Reading

JPMorgan’s equity chief explains why an unloved corner of the market has become your best defense against a crash — and lists the group’s 10 best stocks to buy

Investors are hungry for quality stocks that trade at reasonable valuations following one of the most rewarding years of this bull market. In an exclusive interview, Dubravko Lakos-Bujas — JPMorgan’s chief US equity strategist and global head of quantitative research — explained why an underperforming sector provides these benefits and is also the best defense against a crash. Click here for more BI Prime stories. In a year when almost everything rallied strongly, healthcare stocks were among the underdogs. The sector gained 19% last year, which seems super-impressive until you consider that it lagged the S&P 500’s 29% rally and was the second-worst performer in the index. Its underperformance did… Read More

Continue Reading