AWS' Wall Street push — Bankers' lunches reimagined — Tax changes for millionaires

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An AWS exec details how firms like JPMorgan and Millennium are using data analytics in the public cloud as Wall Street leans more into the tech

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We sat down with AWS exec John Kain, who discussed how firms like JPMorgan and Millennium are leveraging the cloud provider's analytics. Take a look at what he told us.

Food-delivery startup Sharebite just nabbed a $15 million Series A as its ex-investment banker cofounders aim to transform how Wall Street gets lunch

Mohsin Memon and Dilip Rao _ Sharebite

Firms like Credit Suisse and Sullivan & Cromwell use Sharebite, a startup aimed at transforming and improving how Wall Street firms facilitate food delivery at the office. Here's how they're shaking up the industry.

3 things the wealthy should know about the tax proposals that could cost them millions, according to a top advisor to the superrich

tax the rich protest US billionaires

The rich are in the crosshairs of the new Democratic administration and Congress, as certain tax proposals could upend estate planning for the wealthy. These are the three potential changes that could cost them most dearly.

Fraud-prevention startup Sift just announced plans to acquire Chargeback as the $1 billion fintech looks to broaden its offering in the red-hot space

Marc Olesen Sift

Bringing the two companies' data sources together could help reduce fraud further, the CEOs told Insider. Here's what else they said.

Odd lots:

Forever 21 Owner Authentic Brands Plans IPO This Year (Bloomberg)

Morgan Stanley's Global Head of Prime Brokerage Steps Down (WSJ)

Yes, you can get paid in cryptocurrency. Here's how it works for employees and companies. (Insider)


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