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A top Goldman dealmaker is jumping ship — Affirm gears up for an IPO — Hedge fund pay

  Happy Saturday!Bankers have been plenty busy as they work on big tie-ups and look to get IPOs across the line before the end of the year.Here's a recap of some of the big news this week:PNC announced its planned purchase of BBVA US, the US-based arm of the Spanish lending giant BBVA, for $11.6 billion. Reed Alexander talked with insiders to learn more about how one of the biggest bank deals since the financial crisis came together. You can read the full story here. The buy now, pay later lende...
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10 things you need to know before the opening bell

Thomson Reuters Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.For the biggest stories in politics, sign up here for 10 Things in Politics You Need to Know Today - launching soon!Here's what you need to know before markets open.1. Global stocks tumble as COVID-19 spread douses vaccine optimism. .2. A Tesla rival is going public at a $5.4 billion valuation. The British startup is set to list on the NASDAQ via a SPAC set up by a form...
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How rotavirus causes severe gastrointestinal disease

Using intercellular calcium waves, rotavirus amplifies its ability to cause disease beyond the cells it directly infects. This is the first virus identified to activate ADP-mediated intercellular calcium waves.
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HCM Talent Technology Roundup – November 13, 2020

HCM Talent Technology Roundup – November 13, 2020 Press play to listen to this article!   ADP Integrates ZipRecruiter, Workforce Now ADP and ZipRecruiter announced a new integration that makes the recruiting platform available through ADP WorkForce Now Recruitment. With it, recruiters can use ZipRecruiter profiles and tools to identify candidates who match their needs. The […]
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Remote raises $35M to help orgs with global workforce payroll, benefits and more

Remote working has become the norm in many offices around the world this year, as organizations do what they can to help contain the rapid transmission of Covid-19 by reducing in-person interactions between workers. That’s also meant a renewed focus on how companies manage employees who have never worked in the office, and might even live outside the country. Today, one of the startups helping to manage those workers — appropriately, itself named Remote — is announcing a significant round of fun...
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Getting Back to Business—Safely

. {display:none !important;} .code-block {display:none !important;} .sovrn_ad_unit  {display:none !important;} Are you one of the small business owners who pivoted earlier this year to remote operation amid the coronavirus pandemic and are now confronting the return to work dilemma? It’s an increasingly common situation these days. Should you stay remote (some businesses are still paying rent for unused office space) or return to your workplace? When trying to make that decision, h...
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These are the market's biggest winners and losers of a hectic election week

Drew Angerer/Getty Images The stock market has largely cheered the prospect of a Biden administration and divided government, but certain corners outperformed while others continue to languish.Waning odds of tax hikes and new regulations helped tech, financial, and healthcare stocks to surge through a chaotic week.But those betting on energy stocks or the US dollar missed out on the market's gains.Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories.Stock markets quickly warmed to the pros...
Tags: Lyft, Congress, California, Senate, US, Trends, Georgia, Financial Crisis, Joe Biden, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Mitch McConnell, Federal Reserve, Biden, Donald Trump


In the News: Small Business Owners Mum on Political Opinions

It’s been a week where a record number of Americans expressed their political opinion at the polls and in public. But one group of people from whom you’re unlikely to get a public political opinion is a small business owner. According to new data from Skynova, about 2 of every 3 small business owners believe that expressing a political opinion is bad for business. That’s especially true this year. The data shows that conservative business owners are more likely to hide their political opinion t...
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US economy beats forecasts, adds 638,000 jobs in October as unemployment falls to 6.9%

Bryan Woolston/Reuters The US Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday said the country added 638,000 jobs in October, more than the 580,000 additions expected by economists surveyed by Bloomberg. The figure signaled a decline from the revised 672,000 job additions seen in September. The unemployment rate fell to 6.9% last month from 7.9%. Economists expected the rate to decline to 7.6%. The reading marks the sixth straight month of job additions after the coronavirus pandemic drove outsize l...
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Small Businesses Add 114,000 Jobs to Economy

Small businesses added 114,000 new jobs in October according to ADP’s National Employment Report . Small businesses contributed to almost a third (31.23) of the 365,000 new hires during the past month.   The October figure remains well below June’s record 937,000 new job hires by small businesses and 78,000 less from September’s figures . Though far better than April’s gloomy figures of over 20 million job losses with 6 million being lost by small businesses.  October 2020 ADP Sm...
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US weekly jobless claims hit 751,000, exceeding economist forecasts as labor-market recovery slows

Joshua Lott/Getty New US jobless claims for the week that ended Saturday totaled 751,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. The reading came in above the consensus economist estimate of 735,000, but showed a decline from the previous week's revised figure. Continuing claims, which track Americans receiving unemployment benefits, fell to 7.3 million for the week that ended October 24. That was slightly above economist estimates. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The num...
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Private payroll growth slows in October, well below expectations

Companies added 365,000 positions for the month, according to ADP, well below the 600,000 estimate from a Dow Jones economist survey.
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Private payrolls grew by 365,000 in October as labor market recovery decelerates: ADP

The ADP report on private payrolls for October was released Wednesday morning at 8:15 a.m. ET.
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US companies added 365,000 jobs in October, missing economist estimates, ADP says

Noam Galai/Getty Images The US added 365,000 private payrolls in October, according to ADP's monthly employment report. The reading falls well below the median economist estimate of 643,000 payrolls, according to Bloomberg data. The report precedes the US Bureau of Labor Statistics' monthly nonfarm payrolls report set for Friday release. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The US private sector slowed its pace of hiring through October as the nation's labor market recovery...
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10 things you need to know before the opening bell

JIM WATSON,BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.Here's what you need to know before markets open.1. US stock futures staged a volatile rally overnight after the close presidential race boosted technology shares. Futures on the tech-heavy Nasdaq rose 2.4%.2. The dollar has ripped higher after Trump prematurely declared victory, well before total votes had been counted. Chances of a co...
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United States: IRS Relaxes Some Requirements For Midyear Changes To Safe Harbor Plans - Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

Qualified 401(k) and 403(b) retirement plans that are designed with certain minimum matching or nonelective contribution formulas are deemed to pass annual ADP and ACP nondiscrimination
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Family office hiring frenzy — US election coverage — Asset management M&A

In this Oct. 23, 2018 file photo, Christian Goodman, 18, votes for the first time in his life at the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters office Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, in Norwalk, Calif. A pair of propositions on California's November ballot would expand voting rights in California - restoring the vote for parolees and allowing 17-year-olds to vote in primaries if they turn 18 before the general election. AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File Today's the big day.We've got you covered wi...
Tags: London, Congress, California, US, Trends, Click, Cnbc, ADP, Invesco, Los Angeles County, KARACHI, Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners, Casey Sullivan, Franklin Templeton, Samantha Lee


Election whale trade — Bank of America equities shakeup — Charles Schwab layoffs

Good morning!Investors have been spooked all week. Amid another uptick in coronavirus cases and stalled efforts at economic stimulus, US stock indexes notched their biggest weekly drop since March.But as Alex Morrell reported yesterday, monster derivatives trades executed amid the selloff stand to make a killing depending on how markets react to US election results. "They're as specific as you can get for a definitive election trade," Henry Schwartz, head of product intelligence at Cboe Global M...
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DriveWealth pitch deck — ADP pilots new twist on paychecks — State Street's return to office

Getty Images/Spencer Platt Happy Friday!The Big 4 tech companies (Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook) all reported earnings Thursday afternoon. The quartet beat Wall Street estimates. Lots of good stories from us, so let's get right into it. If you're not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here to get your daily dose of the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.Like the newsletter? Hate the newsletter? Feel free to drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twit...
Tags: Facebook, Hbo, US, Trends, Exxon, ADP, Amol Sarva, Edward Shenderovich, Blackrock, Daniel, State Street, Penney, Meghan, Chandler, Knotel, Apple Amazon Google


US weekly jobless claims fall more than expected to 751,000 as labor-market recovery continues

Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images New US jobless claims for the week that ended Saturday totaled 751,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. The reading came in below the consensus economist estimate of 770,000, and also shows a decline from the previous week's revised figure. Continuing claims, which track Americans receiving unemployment benefits, fell to 7.8 million for the week that ended October 17. That was roughly in line with economist forecasts. ...
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25 big companies with the best perks and benefits of 2020

Tim Cook is the CEO of Apple. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Comparably released its annual ranking of the companies with the best parks and benefits, based on anonymous employee survey responses.  The company asked employees questions like "Are you satisfied with your benefits?" and "How would you rate the perks your office provides?" over the course of 12 months.  Wholesale retailer Costco, HR management platform ADP, and hospitality company Airbnb all made the list.  You can read the full...
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US economy misses forecasts, adds 661,000 jobs in September as unemployment falls to 7.9%

Spencer Platt/Getty Images The US Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday said the US added 661,000 jobs in September. That came in far below the 859,000 payroll additions expected by economists surveyed by Bloomberg. The unemployment rate fell to 7.9% last month, from 8.4%. Economists expected the rate to slide to 8.2%. The reading marks the fifth straight month of job additions after the coronavirus pandemic drove historic losses in April. While the unemployment rate has steadily trended l...
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Small Businesses Add 192,000 Jobs in August

The economic recovery continues and small businesses are definitely part of it. According to the September ADP Small Business Report, companies with 49 or fewer employees added 192,000 jobs from August to September. While this number is down considerably from June, when small businesses added nearly a million jobs in a single month, it’s still a strong total and shows that the economic recovery from the COVID pandemic is still well underway. And seeing numbers like this trending upward are a ...
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US weekly jobless claims fall to 837,000 as economic recovery grinds onward

John Sommers II/Getty Images New US jobless claims for the week that ended on Saturday totaled 837,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. The reading landed below the consensus economist estimate of 850,000 and marked a decrease from the prior week. Continuing claims, which track Americans receiving unemployment benefits, fell to 11.8 million for the week that ended on September 19. That was also lower than economist expectations. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The ...
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US stocks climb on stimulus hopes, still post first monthly loss since March

Thomson Reuters US stocks climbed on Wednesday as investors digested a disorderly presidential debate and wavering hopes for a near-term stimulus deal.All three major US indexes climbed through the day on renewed hopes for a deal. Stocks pared some gains after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell balked at Democrats' latest proposal.The trio of indexes notched their first monthly losses since March after failing to retrace early September's tech-led slumps.On the economic data front, the...
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Palantir jumps 14% in trading debut after opening at $17 billion valuation

Palantir CEO Alex Karp Photo by Julien Mattia/NurPhoto via Getty Images Data-mining firm Palantir climbed as much as 14% in its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.Palantir opened at $10 per share, 38% above its reference price of $7.25. The subsequent climb marked a 14% increase from the opening price.The company began trading under the ticker PLTR after debuting with a direct listing over a traditional IPO.Direct listings allow shareholders to sell their stock to new inves...
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Dow rallies 475 points after raucous presidential debate on renewed stimulus optimism

Spencer Platt/Getty Images US stocks climbed on Wednesday as investors digested a disorderly presidential debate that revived concerns of a disputed election result.Premarket futures traded negative until Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC that he expected to reach a stimulus deal with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. All three major US indexes opened in positive territory and gained through the day on renewed hopes for a compromise.Still, the S&P 500 is on track for its first monthly ...
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US pending home sales leap to record as housing-market surge continues

A 'sale pending' sign is displayed in front of a home for sale May 24, 2010 in San Rafael, California. Government incentives and low mortgage rates helped April home sales surge 7.6 percent in April, the biggest gain in five months. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The National Association of Realtors' Pending Home Sales Index surged 8.8% last month to an all-time high of 132.8, signaling the US housing market's rally continued into the fall.Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expected an ...
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US companies added 749,000 jobs in August, beating economist forecasts, ADP says

Rick Bowmer/ AP The US added 749,000 private payrolls in August, according to ADP's monthly employment report. The total beat the median economist estimate of 649,000 payrolls, according to estimates compiled by Bloomberg. The report precedes the US government's nonfarm payrolls report slated for Friday release. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Private-sector hiring accelerated through September as the US labor market's recovery charged onward.US companies added 749,000...
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Dow climbs 220 points after raucous presidential debate on renewed stimulus optimism

Spencer Platt/Getty Images US stocks climbed on Wednesday as investors digested a disorderly presidential debate that revived concerns of a disputed election result.Premarket futures traded negative until Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC that he expects to reach a stimulus deal with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. All three major US indexes opened in positive territory.Still, the S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrial average are on track for their first monthly losses since March.Indexes...
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