"Why Laying Off Remote Workers Is A Bad Idea" by Joe Moglia, Forbes
Layoffs are striking workers across industries in 2024, from 1,700 at Nike, 12,000 at UPS to 20,000 at Citi. The data indicates that in many cases, fully remote employees are more likely to be cut than those who come into the office regularly. While this may seem intuitive to many managers, prioritizing in-person over remote workers is a misguided strategy that may harm companies in the long-run.
"For Investors, Boeing’s Not Flying In The Right Direction" by Joe Moglia, Forbes
Nobody wants to get on a plane they believe is unsafe. A commercial aerospace company, must have a reputation for safety and reliability. That is paramount. Yet over the last several years, Boeing, one of the world’s largest airplane manufacturers, has hit some serious turbulence. Repeated manufacturing and safety failures have damaged the confidence of airlines, shareholders, and the public.
Watch CNBC’s full interview with Fmr. TD Ameritrade CEO Joe Moglia
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Fmr. TD Ameritrade CEO Joe Moglia talks SEC’s ‘X’ page getting hacked
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Joe Moglia on NIL and NCAA Unions, Million Dollar Trading Cards | Bloomberg Business of Sports
Join hosts Michael Barr, Scarlet Fu and Damian Sassower for a look at some of the latest headlines and stories in the business of sports.
Bloomberg US sports business reporter Randall Williams joins Scarlet and Damian for a conversation on San Antonio Spurs rookie star Victor Wembanyama and his journey to a $1 billion salary.
Michael, Scarlet and Damian also speak with Robert Edward Auctions president Brian Dwyer on sports collectibles as an alternative asset class and how the market has grown rapidly since 2019
Plus former head football coach for Coastal Carolina, Joe Moglia talks about his recent op-ed piece on NIL and NCAA and player unions.
"2024 Business Trends: Geopolitical Risk, Financial Services, And More" by Joe Moglia, Forbes
Every year brings a new set of challenges and opportunities in business. In 2024, investors should pay attention to a range of trends. Will geopolitical risk disrupt business? Will financial services lead the market? Are meme stocks back or on the backburner? And are interest rates going to fall? There’s a lot that can happen in the year to come.
NCAA's new proposal could help ensure its survival if Congress gets on board
NCAA president's proposal would significantly increase athlete compensation while potentially giving NCAA or conferences greater ability to regulate NIL environment without the threat of lawsuits.
Is College Athletics Ready to Take on Players Unions?
NCAA president Charlie Baker’s call last week to create a “subdivision” to allow schools to directly pay players using NIL deals would radically transform college sports. For one thing, it will hasten the independence of Power Five football—something I’ve argued has been inevitable for years, thanks to the flood of TV revenue—while still maintaining a role for the NCAA. He should be commended for leading on this. However, it also opens the door for yet another dynamic that athletics directors and universities are unprepared for: players unions.