The Biggest, Buzziest Conference for Health Care Investors Convenes Amid Fears the Bubble Will Burst

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California Healthline

SAN FRANCISCO — Health care’s business class returned to its San Francisco sanctuary last week for JPMorgan’s annual health care confab, at the gilded Westin St. Francis hotel on Union Square. After a two-year pandemic pause, the mood among the executives, bankers, and startup founders in attendance had the aura of a reunion — as they gossiped about promotions, work-from-home routines, who’s getting what investments. Dressed in their capitalist best — ranging from brilliant-blue or pastel-purple blazers to puffy-coat chic — they thronged to big parties, housed in art galleries or restaurants. … Read More “The Biggest, Buzziest Conference for Health Care Investors Convenes Amid Fears the Bubble Will Burst”

The Biggest, Buzziest Conference for Health Care Investors Convenes Amid Fears the Bubble Will Burst

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Kaiser Health News

SAN FRANCISCO — Health care’s business class returned to its San Francisco sanctuary last week for JPMorgan’s annual health care confab, at the gilded Westin St. Francis hotel on Union Square. After a two-year pandemic pause, the mood among the executives, bankers, and startup founders in attendance had the aura of a reunion — as they gossiped about promotions, work-from-home routines, who’s getting what investments. Dressed in their capitalist best — ranging from brilliant-blue or pastel-purple blazers to puffy-coat chic — they thronged to big parties, housed in art galleries or restaurants. … Read More “The Biggest, Buzziest Conference for Health Care Investors Convenes Amid Fears the Bubble Will Burst”

Jim Cramer Doesn’t Mince Words After Goldman Sachs Earnings

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The Street

By Dan Weil The bank’s profit plunged 66% in the fourth quarter, with high expenses and weak investment banking revenue. Goldman Sachs (GS) – Get Free Report had a rough fourth quarter to say the least. Profit dropped 66% from a year earlier, falling short of analysts’ expectations. CNBC commentator Jim Cramer didn’t hold back in describing the giant bank’s performance. “This is disappointing straight up,” he said on CNBC. “It’s not up to snuff for Goldman Sachs. I didn’t see anything in [the earnings report] to like.” Cramer noted Goldman’s trouble with its foray into consumer banking. The fi… Read More “Jim Cramer Doesn’t Mince Words After Goldman Sachs Earnings”

Ukraine war latest: Search for survivors ends in Dnipro

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Kyiv Independent

[ Key developments on Jan. 17: Three days after a Russian Kh-22 missile struck an apartment building in the central Ukrainian city of Dnipro, the search and rescue operation was completed, President Volodymyr Zelensky said. The body of another child has been found in the debris on Jan. 17, bringing the death toll of the attack to 45, according to Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Governor Valentyn Reznichenko. In total, at least six children were killed in the strike. The strike also left 79 injured, including 16 children. Zelensky said that about 1,700 people lived in the high-rise building that was hit;… Read More “Ukraine war latest: Search for survivors ends in Dnipro”

After Ye (Kanye), Adidas Faces Fresh Problems

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The Street

By Veronika Bondarenko False releases seek to draw attention to a key part of the athletic wear business. Activewear giant Adidas (ADDDF) has been navigating a number of concurrent scandals — after cutting all ties with rapper-songwriter Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) over a series of antisemitic posts, the German company has been trying to navigate a future without the once-massively popular collaboration. While Adidas stressed that it owns the rights to the ultra-popular sneaker and plans to reimagine it to be free of any Ye references, even the temporary stop in production of a line tha… Read More “After Ye (Kanye), Adidas Faces Fresh Problems”

2023-24 College Football Heisman Trophy Odds

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Sports Illustrated

By Frankie Taddeo USC’s Caleb Williams is the SI Sportsbook favorite to repeat as the Heisman Trophy winner for the 2023-24 season, ahead of North Carolina’s Drake Maye. The most outstanding player in NCAA football has been awarded the Heisman Trophy annually since 1935. SI Sportsbook has released the opening odds for the 2023-24 season and the field is full of intriguing options for bettors. Bettors once again should focus their investments on signal-callers as only three non-quarterbacks have won the award dating back to 2000. USC quarterback Caleb Williams (2,031 points) won the Heisman Tro… Read More “2023-24 College Football Heisman Trophy Odds”

College Football’s NFL Draft Deadline Winners and Losers for 2023

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Athlon Sports

By Steven Lassan Examining which teams were winners and losers from the 2023 NFL Draft Early Entry Deadline in college football. The early-entry deadline for the 2023 NFL Draft officially passed on Monday, Jan. 16. Counting seniors who passed on an extra year of eligibility and underclassmen entering early, more than 250 players are shifting their focus to the next level. Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud, USC receiver Jordan Addison, Alabama quarterback Bryce Young and linebacker Will Anderson Jr., and Georgia defensive lineman Jalen Carter, are just a few of the names headed to the NFL. Rel… Read More “College Football’s NFL Draft Deadline Winners and Losers for 2023”

Mac Engel: Dallas Cowboys kicker Brett Maher has come down with the yips at worst possible time

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Now that the Dallas Cowboys’ have extended their season by one more week, their first phone call is to a kicker. A kicker. Any kicker. They can’t trust the one they have. He’s come down with a terrible case of the yips at the worst moment possible for himself, and his team. Maher made history in the Cowboys’ 31-14 NFC wild card playoff win at Tampa by setting the standard in missing not field goals, but extra points. Maher missed his first four extra point attempts, an NFL record. He missed three during the regular season, including his final attempt in the Cowboys’ final regular season game. … Read More “Mac Engel: Dallas Cowboys kicker Brett Maher has come down with the yips at worst possible time”

2023 Is Going To Be A Year Of Big Retirement Changes

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ValueWalk

As a result, retirement savings accounts will undergo numerous changes for years to come as a result of the retirement savings law. For example, tax breaks are available for 401(k), 403(b), Roth, IRA, and CAL accounts, among others. Obviously, these changes could have a significant impact on your retirement savings and personal finances. Q4 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Those who support the legislation believe that the changes in the Secure 2.0 Act will boost retirement savings. Secure 2.0, however, has raised concerns that some of its provisions primarily benefit the wealthy…. Read More “2023 Is Going To Be A Year Of Big Retirement Changes”

Morgan Stanley, Goldman show starkly different quarterly results

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Reuters

By Carolina Mandl and Saeed Azhar NEW YORK (Reuters) -The financial fortunes of Wall Street’s investment banking titans split as Morgan Stanley benefited from higher wealth management revenue while Goldman Sachs suffered from higher costs and an increase in rainy day funds. Goldman reported a profit of $3.32 per share in the fourth quarter, missing the Wall Street estimate of $5.48, according to Refinitiv IBES data, sending its shares down 6.5%. Morgan Stanley’s shares rose 6% after it reported $1.31 per diluted share on an adjusted basis, well above analysts’ estimates of $1.19 per share, acc… Read More “Morgan Stanley, Goldman show starkly different quarterly results”