Senior at Meiji University (Japan)
Major in Economics.
I’m not majoring in Finance at the university where go to.
However, I can understand the importance in the company: open discussion.
The quantity of all types of non-housing-loan, especially in the student one, substantially has gone up.
I would like to know the breakdown of “Assets” in this article; since I’d like to know the reason why the difference of its growth between TOP10% and BOTTOM 90%.
I think that it’s partly depends on the direction by CEO.
Reference: Wall Street Journal “Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson Reins In Predecessor’s Ambitions: ‘I’m Not Howard’” , Jan. 7, 2019.
It is very suggestive. And, related to the taxation to rich people, I will recommend “Taxing the Rich: A History of Fiscal Fairness in the United States and Europe” (by Kenneth Scheve, David Stasavage) for you; however I read it in Japanese then.
Keyword: Diminishing marginal utility and competitive markets
Comments for this article are interesting cuz I have no means to know the actual reactions by the US people nothing but Quartz.
In my opinion, as a Japanese guy, his decision will become the unpleasant issue for the world since the immigrant who cannot go to the US by the wall could migrate to another countries.
You should see the full result of this survey cuz it will give you much curiosity, definitely.
Pinterest has kept its neutral position, but they seem to have to continue to raise their revenues.
Recently, “Unicorn ” such as Uber and Lyft have decided their IPO. That sounds interesting because it could imply an intensification of the runway in Silicon Valley.
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