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Bloomberg: Rahul Bhatia in Public Market Rituals Spell Pain for Uber and Beyond Meat Stocks

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-11-09/public-market-rituals-spell-pain-for-uber-and-beyond-meat-stocks By Drew Singer and Esha Dey November 9, 2019, 7:00 AM EST For newly a public company, two rites of passage loom: its first few earnings reports, and the expiration of its IPO lockup. Twice this month, those events conspired to unleash double-doses of pain for investors. Uber Technologies Inc. plunged 13% over two […]

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Bloomberg: Scott Rostan in Walgreens Mulls Historic LBO as Debt Markets Start to Wilt

The prospect of the biggest leveraged buyout in history comes at a precarious time for debt bankers as investors grow increasingly picky in who they’ll lend to and as warnings intensify that corporate borrowing has gotten out of hand. And then there’s the not-so-distant memory of the last time a big pharmacy chain raised a […]

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NPR Marketplace: Robert Rostan in Under Armour investigation focuses on “revenue recognition.” What’s that?

By Marielle Segarra The sportswear company Under Armour on Monday confirmed federal officials have been looking into its accounting practices for more than two years. Under Armour says it hasn’t done anything wrong. The Wall Street Journal, which broke the news, said the probe includes both criminal and civil investigations and that authorities are focusing on […]

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Fortune: Robert Rostan in We Work Is Only Making its Image Problem Worse…

By Erik Sherman We Company, parent of shared office space provider WeWork, has an image problem that has become trickier since it filed paperwork for an IPO. And its recent efforts to control the conversation may not be working. We wants to be a tech company and get the large-multiple-of-revenue valuations such businesses get. Its last private investment […]

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Cheddar TV: Scott Rostan MBA Grads Optimistic About Job Prospects

Things are looking up in the eyes of MBA Graduates. According to a recent survey from Training The Street, nearly 75 percent of MBA grads are more optimistic about finding a job this year. But 56 percent said their ability to pay off student loans could influence the type of job they actually accept. We […]

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Fortune: Scott Rostan in There’s No Roadmap to Breaking Up Facebook—But Here’s Where the Government Might Start

http://fortune.com/2019/06/07/facebook-break-up-big-tech/?utm_source=fortune.com&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=data-sheet&utm_content=2019061013pm By Erik Sherman June 7, 2019 “Break up Big Tech,” has become a rallying cry of consumer advocates and prominent politicians. But what, in practice, would that actually look like? Fortune spoke with experts in various areas of law and business to see how that might play out with Facebook, which has become a […]

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Yahoo! Finance: Scott Rostan in What to expect from Lyft’s IPO

Scott Rostan, President and Founder of Training The Street, joins The Final Round to discuss LYFT ahead of its debut on the Nasdaq

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CNBC: Scott Rostan in Why the Levi Strauss IPO shares are in high demand despite retail sector challenges

Given the challenges facing retail, some investors are wondering why there is so much demand for the Levi Strauss IPO. Scott Rostan, president and founder of Training The Street, joins “Squawk Box” along with CNBC’s Leslie Picker to discuss the IPO. Why the Levi Strauss IPO shares are in high demand despite retail sector challenges […]

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Yahoo! Finance: Scott Rostan in ‘Girls Who Invest’ looks to increase gender diversity in Wall Street

Yahoo Finance Video With few women in leadership positions in Wall Street, nonprofit ‘Girls Who Invest’ is partnering with education firm ‘Training The Street’ to help teach young women practical finance skills and provide them with opportunities to pursue careers in the asset management industry. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to Founder and Principal Scott […]

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NPR Marketplace: Robert Rostan in Ex-CEO bids more than $5 billion to keep Sears open

By Marielle Segarra The man who steered Sears into bankruptcy just bought the retailer in a bankruptcy auction. Eddie Lampert bid more than $5 billion to acquire the company — of which he and his hedge fund, ESL Investments Inc., are already the largest creditors and shareholders. The deal forgives $1.3 billion in debt owed to ESL. […]

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