Binance continues Hiring Spree Amid Market Crash
Uniic Media Newsletter - Wednesday - June 15, 2022
Binance CEO says the firm is “Expanding Hiring” despite a Market Crash
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao has said that the bear market is a great time for crypto companies to hire more people and increase investments, Bloomberg News reported.
He said this during the Consensus conference in Austin, Texas. When asked about Coinbase’s decision to freeze hiring, he said: “We have a very healthy war chest; we in fact are expanding hiring right now. Binance is kicking into high gear in M&A activity.”
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Congress Ramps Up Efforts to Increase $813 Billion Military Budget for 2023
Efforts to add more to President Biden’s requested 2023 military budget are ramping up as Congress and U.S. weapons makers are calling for more spending, Politico reported.
Biden asked for an $813 Billion military budget, which represents about a 4% increase from the $782 Billion that was approved for 2022. But with inflation over 8%, Congress wants more, and the Biden administration appears poised to agree.
Cathie Wood says the Market is Pretty Close to the Bottom
Cathie Wood said technology stocks will bottom out ahead of the broader market yesterday as she reiterated the historical trend from past crises. In the wake of the dot-com bubble and the 2008 financial crisis, the tech-heavy NASDAQ hit its stride months before the S&P 500 and therefore recovered earlier.
The innovation-focused investor believes that this time history will repeat itself.
Apple and Major League Soccer have Agreed to a 10-year deal for Broadcasting worth $2.5 Billion
Major League Soccer and Apple TV announced a 10-year media rights agreement worth a reported $2.5 Billion that will see every single MLS game broadcast from the 2023 season onwards.
"Apple is the perfect partner to further accelerate the growth of MLS and deepen the connection between our clubs and their fans," MLS Commissioner Don Garber said in a statement.
The new agreement will see MLS games made available on Apple TV+ via an app. Season ticket-holders for MLS clubs will be able to access the app for free.