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- Private equity firms have poured money into e-commerce deals, lured by the potential for big exits and recurring revenue.
- I looked at 10 private equity firms that are investing in the space.
- Notable deals include Blackstone's real estate buys and Rockbridge Growth Equity's acquisition of Quartile Digital.
- Lindsay Rittenhouse reports that the biggest ad agencies are hiring, despite the big hit that all of the holding companies took from the pandemic.
- Healthcare remains a hot area, with Omnicom Health Group listing almost 600 open roles on Glassdoor.
- Other areas for job opportunities include
media, strategy, and data and analytics.
FuboTV is such a divisive media stock that some experts said it could be the next GameStop. Here's what insiders, bulls, and bears think the future holds.
- FuboTV is a divisive media stock that experts briefly thought could be the next GameStop.
- Ashley Rodriguez broke down the primary bull and the bear cases along with the views of former employees.
- Bulls believe that management can make the pay-TV model work while bears argue the pay-TV business faces too many challenges.
More stories we're reading:
- A new talent management firm plans to help influencers grow by expanding into areas like TV and consumer products (Business Insider)
- Facebook is banning Australian users from sharing news after the country proposed a law forcing tech companies to pay news outlets (Business Insider)
- Conservative talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh has died at age 70 (Business Insider)
- McDonald's is releasing its new chicken sandwich like a hot sneaker drop, with a limited edition hoodie and vinyl (Business Insider)
- Google has bowed to pressure and will make 'significant' payments to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp (Business Insider)
- iHeartMedia to acquire Triton Digital from Scripps (Wall Street Journal)
- How Cameo generated $100 million last year from celebrity shout-out videos (Variety)