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Wealthy CEOs and hedge-fund managers are flocking to Miami for the tax breaks, and it’s creating massive waiting lists at the area’s elite private schools Katie Warren CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL SOURCE-– BUSINESS INSIDER BY KATIE WARREN “Tax refugees” moving to Florida from New York, New Jersey, California, and other states are prompting huge waiting lists...
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BY ROB WILE From Miami Herald– Read More Here June 28, 2018 07:00 AM Updated June 28, 2018 06:02 PM Over the past 10 months, MoviePass has become a darling of cost-conscious moviegoers and a star on the tech scene. In less than a year, It has gained more than 3 million users, lending weight...
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We are thrilled to see Miami’s theventure.city launch a $100 million start up fund for technology companies.  Thanks to  South Florida becoming a critical global financial hub.  Bravo to Clara Bullrich &  Laura González-Estéfani founders of  theventure.city !!! By<NANCY DAHLBERG ndahlberg@miamiherald.com NOVEMBER 01, 2017 6:00 AM From The Miami Herald This summer, when former executives of Facebook,...
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Good news for the industry.  From Opalesque Opalesque Industry Update – New hedge fund launches in 1Q 2017 increased for the first time since the first quarter of 2016 as both hedge funds and equity markets gained through the first part of the year, and measures of financial market volatility fell to record lows. New...
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Head honcho at Miami based, $19 billion Appaloosa Management, David Tepper, trashes both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. From Forbes by Nathan Vardi   Billionaire David Tepper, arguably the top hedge fund manager and investor of his generation, said on Monday that the presidential election represented “a fairly bad choice at the top.” A blunt...
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From CNBC We welcome billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper’s Appaloosa Management to South Florida! The latest large financial firm to establish itself in the Sunshine State is Appaloosa, the $18.6 billion hedge fund manager led by David Tepper. Appaloosa recently opened a small office on Washington Avenue in the heart of South Beach, the...
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    From The Wall Street Journal   By Juliet Chung The recent market rout caught some star Wall Street traders by surprise. But not a hedge-fund firm affiliated with “The Black Swan” author Nassim Nicholas Taleb, which gained more than $1 billion on a strategy that seeks to profit from extreme events in financial...
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