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Coinbase and others back ex-FTX US president's crypto trading infra startup Architect

15 days ago   |   By Tech Crunch

It has been nearly four months since Brett Harrison stepped down as president of FTX US, the American division of the now-bankrupt crypto exchange. Now, he has raised $5 million for his own startup, Architect , which aims to make trading infrastructure for large crypto investors.
“It's a software company aiming to build institutional-grade infrastructure to connect various crypto venues across decentralized and centralized exchanges,” Harrison told TechCrunch. “We're trying to make it easy to interface with either qualified custodians or self-custody. We're building this single...
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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon isn't getting a raise for 2022, with pay frozen at $34.5 million as the bank battles economic headwinds

15 days ago   |   By Business Insider

JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon Jim Watson/Getty Images
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon hasn't got a pay raise for 2022 as the Wall Street giant faces economic headwinds.
Dimon earned $34.5 million for his work last year, unchanged from the previous period, per Reuters.
The bank's board members voted against granting any "special awards" to Dimon in the future.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon didn't get a pay increase for his work in 2022, with his total compensation for the year remaining unchanged at $34.5 million. The biggest US bank's boss earned a $1.5 million salary and $33 million in...
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EU will face fuel shortages and soaring energy prices - Hungary

EU will face fuel shortages and soaring energy prices - Hungary

The bloc agreed a price cap on Russian oil products earlier this week following heated debate EU member states will inevitably be hit by fuel shortages and skyrocketing energy... Read more ...

Schedule for Week of February 5, 2023

Schedule for Week of February 5, 2023

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Don't Be Stupid - The U.S. Economy Actually LOST 2.5 Million Jobs Last Month

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I can't take it anymore. Fake numbers that are released by the government get turned into fake news by the corporate media, and many Americans don't even realize that they are... Read more ...

EU will face supply shortages after Russian oil ban - Bloomberg

EU will face supply shortages after Russian oil ban - Bloomberg

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A jury clears Elon Musk of wrongdoing related to 2018 Tesla tweets

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US adds a surprisingly strong 517,000 jobs despite Fed hikes

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Fact sheet: Employers are charged with violating federal law in nearly 40%...

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A call for data-first security

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Massive data breaches and data leaks occur all too often. It's time for a new evolution of cybersecurity: data-first security. Here's why: Read more ...