The Small Capital Liquidity Act largely adopted the task force’s recommendation but, this being Congress, takes it even further. The act would set up a five-year program in which all public companies with a market capitalization below $750 million would no longer have their stocks quoted in pennies. Instead, shares will be quoted in 5-cent increments or, if the company chooses, 10-cent increments. Companies would also have a one-time chance to opt out of the program altogether.
Gen Z, those born between 1994 and 2010 -- a group that's comprised of high school students and younger, and is poised to become the most entrepreneurial generation we've ever seen.
Also considered "The internet generation", this is by far the most tech savvy, connected and self-educated group. While Gen Y is known for "side gigs" and having multiple careers, Gen Z is more focused on working for themselves.
According to a new report by The Wall StreetJournal,which cites anonymous sources, the NSA's telephony metadata program only "collects data for about 20 percent or less of that data, primarily because it doesn't cover records for most cellphones.
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