Massachusetts Suing Juul; Wall Street’s Voters; The Dow’s Next Milestone
The Dow is nearing 30,000, and Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel says we can get there in a “snap.” Presidential hopeful Mayor Mike Bloomberg has been pouring $1 million dollars a day into Facebook campaign ads, but will it be enough to overcome his “stop and frisk” history? Bob Steel, former Deputy Mayor of Economic Development during Bloomberg’s administration, shares his thoughts on Bloomberg’s campaign strategy. Vanity Fair’s Bill Cohan and former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder discuss which candidates will get Wall Street’s votes. Massachusetts is suing Juul for marketing to kids, and Attorney General Maura Healey shares details of the lawsuit. Plus, China has changed the way it measures coronavirus cases and Jeff Bezos made a $165 million purchase.
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