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2 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
CEORater QT: We Expect CEOs & CFOs To Retire At A Record Pace
CEORater Quick Take: We expect CEOs and CFOs to retire at a record pace by year-end 2021 due to the rigors of COVID. Last year it was establishing WFH environments. This year it is defining back-to-the-office policies and executing on them. Lots of CEO and CFO retirement announcements should come between October 2020 and December 2020. We may also see M&A activity spike near year-end as founder CEOs in particular step away from the non-revenue generating rigors of 2020 and 2021.
8 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Ep. 436: Strong Correlation Between M2 and NASDAQ Composite
We compared the year-over-year percentage change in M2 (measured each month) to the year-over-year percentage change in the NASDAQ Composite (measured each month on a one-month lag) and found a strong correlation as measured by a correlation coefficient of 81.7%. Our analysis covered the percentage change in M2 from April 2020 (when the money supply was increased to combat COVID), through March 2021. We used March 2021 as an endpoint as by then the NASDAQ Composite had traded off and had begun to plateau. Thus it would seem that some of the “free money” mailed to companies (PPP), individuals (federal unemployment relief), and used to purchase government agency bonds as well as corporate bonds (Fed Reserve actions) either directly made its way into NASDAQ-listed names or helped support NASDAQ valuations indirectly. This speaks to the asset inflation brought on by loose fiscal and monetary policy. Read the full article at this link where you may access our data table in full: https://tek2day.com/2021/06/17/strong-correlation-between-m2-growth-nasdaq-composite-growth/
13 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Ep. 435: Investors Should Ask More of Their Management Teams
One of the great distortions caused by the joint fiscal and monetary policy of 2020 and 2021 is that equities and the lowest-rated non-investment grade credits are two of the all too rare places where investors may earn a return. Savers and Fixed Income investors be damned. Many companies are enjoying their stocks trading at all-time highs. Management teams are getting a pass on lackluster operating performance as a result of their stocks trading higher over 2020 and 2021. To this we say “What about opportunity cost?” Consider Roper Technologies (tkr: ROP). ROP shares trade at an all-time high, yet organic revenue declined in the most recent quarter on a Y-O-Y basis (we have been critical of Roper’s M&A strategy). ROP is not alone. Many companies are enjoying record valuations with less than stellar operating performance. Don’t fall for the excuse that a company is victim to its industry which may be suffering from COVID or some other such exogeneous factor. If that’s the case, reduce waste, ensure the core business is strong, and look for opportunities to strengthen the company with smart, strategic partnerships and acquisitions. My advice would be to focus on the former at the present moment until such time as valuations begin to pull back.
11 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Ep. 434: Why We Have Inflation
"Rewarding Non-Productive Activities with New Money Leads to Price Inflation": The punchline is that a significant percentage of new money creation over the past year was allocated to non-productive use cases. “Helicopter” money to individuals and non-performing firms are two examples. When capital is deployed for non-productive use (acquiring cryptocurrencies for example), that capital invariably bids up prices causing asset price inflation. Conversely, recipients that are able to deploy capital in a productive manner (small software development firm for example), create value through production of goods and services (Software products in this case), which does not lead to asset price inflation. Below we have included two charts published by the Federal Government which illustrate our point and speak to the asset price inflation or “bubbles” we have voiced our concern about over the past 14 months. (more....) Read the full article here: https://tek2day.com/2021/06/09/why-we-have-price-inflation/
8 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Ep. 433: Inflating The Debt Away. Higher Prices Are Here To Stay.
More bogus CPI numbers reported yesterday. The CPI itself is a poor price inflation measure given it excludes so many asset classes such as equities, art and crypto. Let’s focus on one CPI line item – “food at home” which was up 0.7% over the past 12 months ended May. Sorry, that’s a bogus number. My family’s grocery bill is up 20-30%. That percentage increase is in absolute terms and does not contemplate the old retail trick of shrinking packaging while maintaining prices which is happening. We’ve sampled a couple of local restaurants over the past two weeks and noted that prices were flat yet portion sizes were reduced by 20-25%. These prices increases are not transitory. Food suppliers are not going to triple inventories simply to get prices down. Same for lumber and metals. It’s not happening. What is clear is that the Federal Government and the Federal Reserve are working in concert to inflate prices, thereby inflating GDP, thereby inflating tax receipts, thereby shrinking outlays to interest expense on the mountain of debt outstanding. Buckle up because price inflation will get worse, not better.
10 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Ep. 432: Don't Believe The Fed's Hype. Inflation Is Not Transitory.
Don't believe the Fed's spin that asset price increases are "Transitory". Price appreciation is here to stay given that the Fed has inflated the Money Supply (M1) by 4.7x since January 2020. “Inflation” to lead headlines again when CPI data is reported. Real-world price appreciation is well ahead of the Fed’s 2% target. If last month was any indication the term “inflation” will dominate market-related headlines when May CPI data is released on Thursday June 10th at 8:30am ET (See Google Trends chart below for search term “inflation” as of Thursday May 27th). Recall that when April CPI data was released on May 12th, many were surprised to learn of the 4.2% annual increase (April 2021-April 2020 period). We don’t publish a TEK2day inflation model, but trips to the grocery store, farmers markets and Home Depot were sufficient to directionally indicate that prices have increased over the past few weeks. Price increases are a predictable by-product of a foolish monetary policy that has inflated the money supply (M1) by 4.7x since January 2020 (chart below). Stagflation is the end-game to this experiment in ultra-inflationary monetary policy. As to the question of “transitory inflation” – that is Fed marketing spin. A casual glance at housing prices, equities, building materials, precious metals, commodities, used car prices, art, food, etc. speaks to something more permanent. The catalyst of course is the Fed’s dramatic expansion of the money supply. However, don’t blame Mr. Powell for The Fed’s actions. COVID forced his hand after all. “Good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times”. – G. Michael Hopf
8 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Ep. 431: “G” Is Where The Value Is In ESG
I’ve yet to be convinced of the value proposition of incorporating ESG into the investment decision-making process. What are the definitions of the “Environmental” and “Social” elements of ESG and how are each directly correlated to alpha generation? You are preaching to the choir as it relates to “Corporate Governance” – the “G” in ESG. No other variable is as important to a company’s success as is the Management Team/CEO. The composition of the Board of Directors is a close second. Link to the full TEK2day ESG article: https://tek2day.com/2021/05/31/g-is-where-the-value-is-in-esg/ Here is the link to the TEK2day Electricity Generation article referenced in the episode: https://tek2day.com/2021/05/19/evs-musk-biden-and-homer-simpson/
13 minutes | May 31, 2021
Ep. 430: Memorial Day Round-Up
A summary of content recently published to TEK2day.
15 minutes | May 20, 2021
Ep. 429: Link Variable Compensation To Desired Outcomes
Too few CEOs fully leverage the power of variable compensation to drive desired employee behavior and outcomes. Last week we discussed the AI CEO vs. the Cyborg CEO. Assuming we could build a CEO with perfect intelligence there remains the question of how that CEO should communicate with his/her direct reports and employee base so as to achieve desired outcomes. For example, we structure M&A deals with detailed incentive compensation plans for acquired management teams. Those incentive compensation plans may incorporate various elements such as future Revenue and EBITDA levels, product launches and customer retention rates. Conversely, it is rare for a CEO’s direct reports to have that level of achievement-based detail built into their variable compensation plans. For example, in the case of a significant technology product launch it would make sense for a percentage of variable compensation to be at risk as it relates to those who worked on the budget, the product build and the product launch. Those with variable compensation at risk may include Product Managers, Software Developers, Sales Executives, Marketing Executives and Finance Executives. If you really want to go the extra mile, variable compensation for those employees would depend upon product performance over a defined period. “Product performance” could be defined as unit sales vs. budget, unit pricing vs. budget, and customer satisfaction (once the product has been deployed for a sufficient period so as to reasonably be able to conduct customer surveys). As the saying goes, “show me your compensation plan and I’ll predict your employees’ behavior.”
3 minutes | May 13, 2021
Ep. 428: Inflation, Price Controls, Gas Lines - It's The 1970s!
More Lines To Come With Price Controls: It is starting to feel like the 1970’s with out of control fiscal spending, inflation and now gas lines. We only have gas lines in certain parts of the country today as local government officials exercised gas price controls during the Colonial Pipeline shutdown. We could very well see similar price control policies from the Biden Administration and State Governments in the coming weeks and months in an effort to control inflation. The correct way to tame inflation would be to allow interest rates to float and to stop printing money to subsidize fiscal spending. Doing so would put an end to inflation and the debt double that grows worse by the day. If we are not going to allow interest rates to rise, then we ought to allow prices for goods and services to find a natural equilibrium. If Government decides to place its heavy hand on market prices as it has with gas prices, then the equal and opposite reaction will manifest itself in long lines at the grocery store, farmers’ markets, pharmacies and more. Perhaps we are on the cusp of another self-inflicted disaster that will benefit Amazon (AMZN), Walmart (WMT) and the various delivery services. Visit www.TEK2day.com for our latest articles and long-form reports. Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3
5 minutes | May 8, 2021
Ep. 427: This Hybrid Fiscal Monetary Experiment Blows Up In 2022
Our related TEK2day articles may be found below: Workers Choose To Collect Federal Unemployment Benefits Rather Than Work: https://tek2day.com/2021/05/07/workers-choose-to-collect-federal-unemployment-benefits-rather-than-work/ Federal Transfer Payments To Americans Don’t Equal Economic Strength: https://tek2day.com/2021/05/02/federal-transfer-payments-to-americans-dont-equal-economic-strength/ Inflation Is Here To Stay. Powell Likely Has Lost Control.: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/29/inflation-is-here-to-stay-powell-likely-has-lost-control/ The Fed’s Vicious Cycle and Gold: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/20/the-feds-vicious-cycle/ Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Are Hurting Retailers: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/14/enhanced-unemployment-benefits-are-hurting-retailers/ Visit www.CEORater.com Visit www.TEK2day.com Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3
10 minutes | May 7, 2021
Ep. 426: CEO Opportunity Cost: Fiserv, FIS and Global Payments
Visit www.CEORater.com Access our CEORater Personality Analytics report (referenced in this podcast episode), here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yVs6K5LUs0Ndyc0aep91OKtxYbLzVJy8/view?usp=sharing Visit www.TEK2day.com Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3
5 minutes | May 6, 2021
Ep. 425: Put Your Strategic M&A Team On Ice
Visit CEORater.com and TEK2day.com. Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3 Read our related TEK2day article “Put Your Strategic M&A Team On Ice” here: https://tek2day.com/2021/05/05/put-your-strategic-ma-team-on-ice/ Perhaps that recommendation is a bit harsh and unexpected coming from me, someone who is a staunch advocate of strategic M&A. However, the fact is that interest rates are historically low and valuations will remain historically high until such time as interest rates begin to rise. As we recently wrote, equity valuations have the looming double whammy of higher interest rates and higher corporate taxes which are sure to haircut valuations. Until such time valuations will remain historically high, especially within the Tech sector where valuations rival the dot-com Bubble of 1999-2000. Rather than chase expensive deals, smart alternatives may include investing in Product Development, investing in your salesforce, investing in employee recruiting and training and paying or increasing a dividend. Strategic acquirers must live with the downside risk associated with their acquisitions. Contrast this to Private Equity firms and SPAC sponsors which are perfectly happy to chase deals with other people’s money. Their returns are cushioned by cheap debt, double-digit percentage fees and elements that limit downside participation. Now is not the time to chase but rather to focus on that which is in your control. M&A teams would be wise to focus on building a robust M&A landscape and to strengthen relationships with potential targets for when the time is appropriate to act. Last, throw out the preceding advice if your company is valued at multiples of competitors’ enterprise value in which case you ought to leverage your rich currency and pursue accretive acquisitions.
3 minutes | May 1, 2021
Ep. 424: The Facebook and Twitter Ad Scam
Visit CEORater.com and TEK2day.com. Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3 Both Facebook (Facebook Blue and Instagram) and Twitter have an enormous Bot problem. Fake user accounts are included in active user counts and therefore contribute to Ad rates. Facebook said it took down 1.3 billion fake accounts October-December which is not to say it removed every last fake account or even a majority of them. Facebook has previously estimated that 5% of its active users are fake accounts but who is to say? No means exists by which to audit Facebook’s platform. Anecdotally, the Bot problem seemed to get worse in the few years that CEORater used Facebook before we exited the platform in 2020. Twitter to my knowledge has never self-reported the approximate number of fake accounts that exist on its platform. However, Twitter’s Bot problem seemed to grow in severity in our eight years on the platform before we exited in 2020. Further, Twitter has evolved from a platform primarily geared toward commercial activity where the Tech industry was the primary driver to a political platform marked by toxic political discourse. Commercial activity has been marginalized. The combination of Twitter’s toxic political discourse and fake account problem has placed Jack Dorsey’s company on a path to become a niche platform. What are Social Media Ad buyers truly getting in return for their Ad spend? It would seem a better digital Ad buy would be “in-game” ad buys (i.e. product placement – it is more difficult to fudge the number of active gamers), and targeted ad purchases across premium content platforms – Amazon Prime, NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg – where the buyer knows there is a paying, subscribing human on the receiving end.
4 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Ep. 423: Powell Will Lose The Fight Against Inflation
Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3 Inflation Is Here To Stay. Powell Likely Has Lost Control.: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/29/inflation-is-here-to-stay-powell-likely-has-lost-control/ Biden’s Long-Term Capital Gains Tax Increase Will Spur Selling: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/26/bidens-long-term-capital-gains-tax-increase/ U.S. Trade Deficit With China To Explode: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/24/u-s-trade-deficit-with-china-to-explode/ Biden’s Climate Plan Is A Tax On Companies And Individuals: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/23/bidens-climate-plan-is-a-tax-on-companies-and-individuals/ The Fed’s Vicious Cycle and Gold: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/20/the-feds-vicious-cycle/ A Corporate Tax Hike Will Be A Double Whammy On Valuations: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/16/a-corporate-tax-hike-will-be-a-double-whammy-on-valuations/ Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Are Hurting Retailers: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/14/enhanced-unemployment-benefits-are-hurting-retailers/ Yellen’s Minimum Global Corporate Tax Is A Big Deal: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/10/yellens-minimum-global-corporate-tax-is-a-big-deal/ A Breakdown of Biden’s $2.3 Trillion Green New Deal: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/02/a-breakdown-of-bidens-2-3-trillion-green-new-deal/ The Ugliest Chart I Have Ever Seen: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/31/the-ugliest-chart-i-have-ever-seen/ Stagflation Is Imminent: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/30/stagflation-is-imminent/ The Fed’s Options To Fight Inflation Are Limited: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/29/the-feds-options-to-fight-inflation-are-limited/ Powell Just Told Us Why Interest Rates Will Remain Low: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/25/powell-just-told-us-why-interest-rates-will-remain-low/ More Inflation Is Coming: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/18/more-inflation-is-coming/ A More Hawkish Fed Is Not In The Cards This Year: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/15/the-fed-becoming-more-hawkish-is-not-in-the-cards-this-year/ A Breakdown of Biden’s Debt-Funded COVID Relief Program: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/13/a-breakdown-of-bidens-debt-funded-covid-relief-program/ Brace for Anemic Long-Term Real GDP Growth: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/06/brace-for-anemic-long-term-real-gdp-growth/ The Fed’s Next Move Is To Ramp QE, Not Raise Rates.: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/04/the-feds-next-move-is-to-ramp-qe-not-raise-rates/ Long Rates Continue To Climb As Inflation Persists. Nothing To See Here.: https://tek2day.com/2021/02/18/long-rates-continue-to-climb-as-inflation-persists-nothing-to-see-here/ The Fed’s Evolution From Independent Agency to Treasury Subsidiary: https://tek2day.com/2021/02/08/the-feds-evolution-from-independent-agency-to-treasury-subsidiary/
5 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
Ep. 422: Biden's $1.8 Trillion Spending Program Will Further Tax Americans Via Inflation
The Biden Administration’s latest debt-funded spending program will create increasing inflation and therefore tax the American people as the price of goods and services climb ever higher. This latest program ($ 1.8 Trillion) will further penalize Americans via the inflation tax = taxation without representation. Between the Trump Administration’s two spending programs ($2.3 Trillion, $900 Billion) and Biden’s three spending programs ($1.9 Trillion, $2.3 Trillion, $1.8 Trillion), we are rapidly losing the country to an out-of-control Federal Government that is hell-bent on creating $Trillions out of thin air to pursue spending programs it believes will win voters at the end of the day. Translation: The Federal Government will play an increasingly larger role in our daily lives. Recent related TEK2day articles are listed below: Purchase our Amazon Kindle Book for $9.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Stagflation-Imminent-Jonathan-Maietta-ebook/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=sr_1_3 Biden’s Long-Term Capital Gains Tax Increase Will Spur Selling: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/26/bidens-long-term-capital-gains-tax-increase/ U.S. Trade Deficit With China To Explode: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/24/u-s-trade-deficit-with-china-to-explode/ Biden’s Climate Plan Is A Tax On Companies And Individuals: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/23/bidens-climate-plan-is-a-tax-on-companies-and-individuals/ The Fed’s Vicious Cycle and Gold: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/20/the-feds-vicious-cycle/ A Corporate Tax Hike Will Be A Double Whammy On Valuations: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/16/a-corporate-tax-hike-will-be-a-double-whammy-on-valuations/ Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Are Hurting Retailers: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/14/enhanced-unemployment-benefits-are-hurting-retailers/ Yellen’s Minimum Global Corporate Tax Is A Big Deal: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/10/yellens-minimum-global-corporate-tax-is-a-big-deal/ A Breakdown of Biden’s $2.3 Trillion Green New Deal: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/02/a-breakdown-of-bidens-2-3-trillion-green-new-deal/ The Ugliest Chart I Have Ever Seen: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/31/the-ugliest-chart-i-have-ever-seen/ Stagflation Is Imminent: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/30/stagflation-is-imminent/ The Fed’s Options To Fight Inflation Are Limited: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/29/the-feds-options-to-fight-inflation-are-limited/ Powell Just Told Us Why Interest Rates Will Remain Low: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/25/powell-just-told-us-why-interest-rates-will-remain-low/ More Inflation Is Coming: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/18/more-inflation-is-coming/ A More Hawkish Fed Is Not In The Cards This Year: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/15/the-fed-becoming-more-hawkish-is-not-in-the-cards-this-year/ A Breakdown of Biden’s Debt-Funded COVID Relief Program: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/13/a-breakdown-of-bidens-debt-funded-covid-relief-program/ Brace for Anemic Long-Term Real GDP Growth: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/06/brace-for-anemic-long-term-real-gdp-growth/ The Fed’s Next Move Is To Ramp QE, Not Raise Rates.: https://tek2day.com/2021/03/04/the-feds-next-move-is-to-ramp-qe-not-raise-rates/ Long Rates Continue To Climb As Inflation Persists. Nothing To See Here.: https://tek2day.com/2021/02/18/long-rates-continue-to-climb-as-inflation-persists-nothing-to-see-here/ The Fed’s Evolution From Independent Agency to Treasury Subsidiary: https://tek2day.com/2021/02/08/the-feds-evolution-from-independent-agency-to-treasury-subsidiary/
2 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Ep. 421: Significant Tech Valuation Downside Risk Due To Higher Tax Rates
A Corporate Tax Hike Will Be A Double Whammy On Valuations: Consider the Fintech and Information Services sector. Depending upon how you define it, the sector trades at approximately 30x Operating Cash Flow (“OCF”). If Company X generates $1 billion in Operating Cash Flow today, the Net Income input will have been taxed at 28% under Biden’s proposal vs. the current 21% Federal corporate income tax (33% higher). Thus, 1.) the valuation multiple will be applied to a lower OCF figure all else held equal, and 2.) investors likely will apply a lower valuation multiple given the higher tax and lower cash flows. It feels to me that this phenomenon is not baked into Tech valuations and perhaps equity valuations more generally.
10 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Ep. 420: Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Are Hurting Retailers
Federal programs such as the CARES Act/ Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and other COVID-related Federal handouts are hurting retail businesses. Retail used to be a great way for young people to gain valuable sales and customer experience early in their career. Many readers will have held hourly jobs at grocery stores, restaurants and the like during their high school and college years. Many adults work these jobs for additional income. The geniuses in Washington D.C. have turned this labor market on its head. Many Americans who would normally work these jobs now make more money collecting COVID-related Government benefits. As a result grocery stores, wine & liquor retailers, gyms, food service establishments and other retail operations are having difficulty staffing operations at a time when customers are returning. The penalty is two-fold: 1.) Opportunity Cost – lost revenue due to insufficient staff; 2.) Wage Inflation – businesses will be required to increase hourly wages in order to provide an incentive for people to return to work. Higher wages of course will cut into profits. It is one thing for a labor market to tighten due to a healthy, productive economy (the U.S. is not net productive as trade deficits are widening). However, it is quite another for labor markets to tighten because the Federal Government is competing with American businesses. Check out our Amazon Kindle Book: "Stagflation Is Imminent": https://www.amazon.com/dp/B091NB9V7M/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_D2TYT6MA6P6P3X7RH0YP
27 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Ep. 419: Ken Bisconti and Bob Petrocchi - Co-Heads, SS&C Intralinks
We had a conversation with Ken Bisconti and Bob Petrocchi who together co-lead Intralinks, an SS&C Technologies (tkr: SSNC) company. Intralinks is perhaps best known for its Virtual Data Room offering – “VDRPro“- part of a larger product portfolio that customers primarily use to securely manage M&A and related transactions. We covered a variety of topics including Intralinks’ customer value proposition across its three primary customer cohorts, go-to-market strategy, product offerings and more.
9 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Ep. 418: CEO Compensation & Our Kindle Book
Our most recent TEK2day articles. In addition, check out our new Amazon Kindle book. Links below: Amazon Kindle Book: “Stagflation Is Imminent”: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B091NB9V7M/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0 PLM Software CEO Compensation Comparison: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/05/plm-software-ceo-compensation-comparison/ CEO Compensation Ought To Tightly Align With Company Performance: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/05/ceo-compensation-ought-to-tightly-align-with-company-performance/ Broadridge’s Acquisition of Itiviti. Nothing Is Cheap. https://tek2day.com/2021/04/03/broadridges-acquisition-of-itiviti-nothing-is-cheap/ Square, PayPal, and Apple Will Dominate A Digital Currency World: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/03/square-paypal-and-apple-will-dominate-a-digital-currency-world/ A Breakdown of Biden’s $2.3 Trillion Green New Deal: https://tek2day.com/2021/04/02/a-breakdown-of-bidens-2-3-trillion-green-new-deal/
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