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Harris Poll and Yahoo Finance partner for exclusive ongoing polling of investors and publish first survey today

NEW YORK, June 29, 2020 — The Harris Poll and Yahoo Finance, part of Verizon Media, have formed a partnership to conduct an ongoing poll of investors, market and consumer trends. The surveys will be exclusive data sets for Yahoo Finance and will provide an additional stream of data-based coverage crucial to the over 80 million people who turn to the site every month for financial and business news.

“As market research experts, we understand the link between consumer sentiment and the market performance of brands,” says Will Johnson, CEO of The Harris Poll. “We’re here to help Yahoo Finance

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Harris Poll and Yahoo Finance partner for ongoing polling of investors

NEW YORK, June 29, 2020 — The Harris Poll and Yahoo Finance, part of Verizon Media, have formed an exclusive partnership to conduct an ongoing poll of investors, market and consumer trends. The new surveys will enable Yahoo Finance to provide an additional stream of data-based coverage crucial to the over 80 million people who turn to the site every month for financial and business news.

“As market research experts, we understand the link between consumer sentiment and the market performance of brands,” says Will Johnson, CEO of The Harris Poll. “We’re here to help Yahoo Finance readers see that

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Javad Marandi Wants Investors to Step Up, and Slow Down

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LONDON — Slowing down the fashion cycle has become a hot topic in the wake of the coronavirus, but what about slowing down investment?

What if, instead of taking the short or even medium-term view, fashion investors took the long one, and cultivated businesses for years, with no intention of selling, similar to what LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Richemont and Kering do?

In Britain, committed, long-term investors in fashion and the creative industries are rare. One of them is Javad Marandi, a self-made businessman who believes in taking the long haul with

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6 All-Star Women Investors

Today’s female trailblazers in business and finance

Men aren’t the only ones who have made names for themselves as investors. One of the earliest American women to blaze a trail in finance was suffragette Victoria Woodhull. In 1870, she and her sister, Tennessee, became the first female stockbrokers and opened the first woman-owned Wall Street brokerage firm. Madam C.J. Walker created a vast business empire a few decades later by selling a line of homemade hair-care products for black women. At the time of her death in 1919, Walker was considered the wealthiest self-made, African-American businesswoman. In 1967, Muriel Siebert

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