Palantir’s Plan to Go Public; RNC’s Second Night; Georgetown’s Virtual Moving Day
The second night of the Republican National Convention featured a varied lineup of speakers who focused on the economy, foreign policy and social issues in their push for President Donald Trump’s reelection. CNBC Washington Correspondent, Eamon Javers, discusses Trump’s approval rating and COVID-19 response. Sam Zell, chairman of Equity Group Investments and billionaire real estate investor, says it’s too early to identify potential investments after COVID-19, and thinks “there will be significant opportunities probably in Q4 or first quarter of next year." John DeGioia, president of Georgetown University, discusses the school’s decision to shift all classes online as the pandemic wears on. Plus, the secretive Silicon Valley data company Palantir has filed to go public after 16 years of anticipation.
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