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The Exchange: Finance far away from Wall Street

It’s rare to hear from the boss of a finance business based in Milwaukee – and rarer still to find one owned by its customers. @NM_Financial CEO @JohnSchlifske joins @rob1cox on The Exchange to talk investing, ESG, mutual ownership and more

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It’s rare to hear from the boss of a finance business based in Milwaukee – and rarer still to find one owned by its customers. NM_Financial CEO JohnSchlifske joins rob1cox on The Exchange to talk investing, ESG , mutual ownership and more

It’s not often we hear from the boss of a finance business based in Milwaukee. Even more unusual is to find one that is owned by its customers. Rob Cox chats with Northwestern Mutual CEO John Schlifske about investing, interest rates, ESG and the benefits of mutual ownership.

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NASA Launches Mission Equity, Seeks Public Input to Broaden Access

NASA is launching Mission Equity, a comprehensive effort to assess expanding and modifying agency programs, procurements, grants, and policies, and examine what potential barriers and challenges exist for communities that are historically underrepresented and underserved.

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Here are Tuesday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Chipotle, Chevron, Walmart, Home Depot & moreNew for subscribers: Here are Tuesday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Chipotle, Chevron, Walmart, Home Depot & more. Check out CNBCPro today. Pro I want to ask, is this really a donation scam for Palestine? Pro Like analyst calls still matter lol 😂

20 cybersecurity stocks Wall Street believes can rise up to 79% over the next yearThe ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline Co. highlights an obvious area for growth in the technology sector. WallStreet 'advisers' and mass media: CNBC, Bloomberg have to be very proud for luring clueless retail 'investors' into the biggest StockMarket BUBBLE in history! This is what they are paid for by big corporations - turning retail investors into bagholders! Hedge Funds are selling in preparation to StockMarket crash!

Hamas fires rockets at Jerusalem after clashes at mosqueIsraeli police change the route of a contentious march in Jerusalem, in an apparent attempt to avoid confrontations with Palestinian protesters. Report the actual news not your opinion.

Bill and Melinda Gates have been working on their divorce since 2019, WSJ reportsBill and Melinda Gates have been in the process of getting divorced for two years, according to The Wall Street Journal. It's sad when a couple breaks up. It had to be horrible when it's in the spotlight all the time. I feel for them. They've done a lot of good. A billion here a billionaire there -pretty soon it's real money.

Owner of pipeline shuttered by cyberattack aims to restore service by end of the week“Colonial is currently working with its private cybersecurity consultants to assess potential damage and to determine when it is safe to bring the pipeline back online,” Homeland Security advisor Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall says. I like what Colonial did. They said, “Fuck you hackers. We’ll shut it down and reinstall the Win95 floppy disk if needed before we pay you bitches.” I’ll gladly pay higher gas prices for the next few months for a stand against ransomware cyberattack. have they tried unplugging it and then plugging it back in. ColonialPipelineHack