E132: SEC goes after crypto giants, Sequoia splits, LIV/PGA, Messi's deal + LIVE Q&A!
Bestie intros! Why RFK Jr. is resonating. US crypto crackdown: action against Binance & Coinbase. Sequoia splits off its China and India/SE Asia businesses. PGA ... merges with LIV, Lionel Messi's revolutionary deal with the MLS, Apple, and Adidas. Ukraine update, Tucker on Twitter. LIVE Q&A from Angel Summit in Napa!
Charges include operating unregistered exchanges, broker-dealers, and clearing agencies; misrepresenting trading controls and oversight on the Binance.US platform; and the unregistered offer and sale of securities.
Documents filed by the SEC on Wednesday indicate that attorneys from Gibson Dunn and Latham & Watkins allege that Gensler offered to serve as an advisor to the crypto exchange in several March 2019 conversations with Binance executives and Zhao.
If Gary Gensler sounds a lot like Elizabeth Warren, it's not by accident but by design. He needs the powerful progressive senator in his corner to fulfill his ultimate, career-fulfilling goal, which, according to sources, is having his signature on the dollar bill as treasury secretary.
Sequoia India and Southeast Asia has launched two new funds, a $2 billion early-stage, venture and growth fund for India and an $850 million dedicated fund for Southeast Asia, as the storied venture firm doubles down on the region at a scale unrivaled by most of its peers and at a time when money is […]
It's become a major refrain among several U.S. tech leaders that the U.S. can't let China win in artificial intelligence. And so it is pretty interesting that leading venture firms funded by U.S. endowments and other institutional investors are putting money into the most promising young AI ...
Soccer legend Lionel Messi's decision to come to Major League Soccer in the U.S. to play for Inter Miami has a notable streaming wrinkle: part of his compensation would come in the form of getting a cut of revenue from new subscribers to Apple TV's MLS Season Pass.
Tucker Carlson's first episode on Twitter on June 6th reached 23.5M video views so far (and 106M impressions). Here is how that stacks up against the Fox News ratings for the same day.It's not even close.