Wall Street invests in studio space — Tech disrupting consulting — Winners and losers amongst hedge funds

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Big investments in Hollywood

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Here is a great piece from Daniel Geiger and Casey Sullivan looking into all the investments pouring into studio space.
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While the real estate market is facing tough times, one bright spot has been film and television production spaces.

Daniel and Casey spoke to eight insiders across the ecosystem to get the latest scoop on what's going on. Click here to read the entire story.
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Tech is coming to eat the $200 billion management-consulting industry's lunch. Here's a look at 4 factors disrupting how elite firms like BCG and McKinsey do business.

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Samantha Stokes breaks down how management consulting firms like McKinsey and BCG are using tech to stay ahead of the curve. Read more here.

Stock-picking billionaires like Bill Ackman and Lee Ainslie are soaring while quants like Renaissance and Winton struggle. Here's a breakdown of how 13 hedge funds are performing.

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Bradley Saacks breaks down all the big winners and losers amongst hedge funds this year. Check out how all the big names are doing, and who's out ahead with only three months left in the year. Read the whole story here.

Odd lots:

60 employees voluntarily resigned from Coinbase, a successful $8 billion startup. Insiders detail the unrest caused by the CEO's new 'apolitical' policy. (BI)

Morgan Stanley and Eaton Vance's $7 billion tie-up is the latest in a wave of asset manager M&A. Here are 4 firms that could be the next target. (BI)
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A former Sweetgreen employee is suing the salad chain, alleging gender discrimination and sexual harassment (BI)

Pressure is mounting on Big Law to combat climate change as 600 students pledge to boycott Paul Weiss for defending oil giant Exxon (BI)

How Investors Are Trading November's Election (WSJ)
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