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Rey Mashayekhi


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Past articles by Rey:

Everything you need to know about Chinese ride-sharing giant Didi’s IPO

The Beijing-based transportation app, which dominates ride-hailing in its home country, is set to make its debut as a U.S.-listed public company on Wednesday. → Read More

‘You have to be prepared’: How the CEOs of Chevron, Nasdaq, Cisco, and Flex dealt with the pandemic

Business leaders at the Fortune Global Forum spoke of the unprecedented obstacles—and new opportunities—presented by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Fintech Ally’s elimination of overdraft fees puts more pressure on the big banks to lose a huge revenue source

The branchless online bank has thrown down the gauntlet on one of the consumer banking industry’s most reliable—and scrutinized—sources of revenue. → Read More

Salesforce wants to battle Microsoft. But will it get Slack right?

And there’s another person to watch at the highly acquisitive Salesforce → Read More

Payments startup Adyen gets Fed banking approval, clearing path to expand U.S. services

The Dutch fintech company is one step closer to acquiring bank capabilities that could make it a bigger player outside of Europe. → Read More

Biden’s tax plan would unravel 40 years of ‘trickle down’ orthodoxy

Four decades after the “Reagan Revolution” ushered in an era of lower taxes and smaller government, “Bidenomics” potentially offers yet another tectonic shift in public policy. → Read More

Venture capital’s quest for diversity and equity remains a work in progress

Much work remains if venture capital is to break out of its white- and male-dominated paradigm. → Read More

How to invest for the 22nd century

Fortune asked forward-thinking money managers to think big picture and tell us what trends and technologies they would bet on if granted an ultra-long-term horizon. → Read More

Senate Banking Committee chair Sherrod Brown talks taxes, bipartisanship, and Biden’s agenda

The Ohio senator believes there’s widespread public support for corporate tax hikes to pay for President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan. → Read More

Optimism around U.S. economy drives Dow, S&P to record highs

U.S. markets went gangbusters from the opening bell, surging on the back of Friday's robust jobs report and bullish new services sector data. → Read More

Why Warren Buffett’s ‘Bible of investing’ still matters more than 70 years later

Benjamin Graham's The Intelligent Investor “changed my life,” Buffett told Fortune recently. “If I hadn’t read the book, I’d probably still be delivering papers.” → Read More

55 major companies paid $0 in federal taxes on their 2020 profits: report

A new report found that dozens of major U.S. companies paid no taxes on their profits in 2020. → Read More

Business groups balk at Biden’s corporate tax hikes to pay for infrastructure plan

Leading business groups expressed opposition to the White House’s proposed corporate tax hikes. → Read More

Sacramento tries to keep its MLS bid—and massive downtown redevelopment—on the rails

The California capital is in danger of losing its spot in America's top soccer league, as well as a key piece of a massive downtown regeneration project. → Read More

Biden may split massive $3 trillion infrastructure plan into two separate bills

The White House is reportedly planning a pair of smaller, yet no less ambitious bills that would aim to stimulate the economy while addressing infrastructure, climate change, and education. → Read More

Biden plots tax hikes on corporations and high-earners to fund ambitious infrastructure plan

Indefinite deficit spending was always an unlikely proposition. → Read More

Rubio endorsing Amazon workers’ union push signals a political shift in organized labor’s favor

The Republican senator's pro-labor stance may speak to a growing acceptance of what unions represent—on both sides of the aisle. → Read More

Companies face calls to bring ‘dark money’ political spending into the light

Eleven years after the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling opened the floodgates for corporate political spending, more companies are facing pressure to disclose their “dark money” activities. → Read More

Warren Buffett’s BYD bet is paying off big 13 years after investing in the obscure Chinese carmaker

A $232 million investment has ballooned into a $5.9 billion stake. → Read More

GameStop won’t stop Robinhood from launching its IPO bid

Robinhood could file for an IPO as soon as this month. Good idea? Bad idea? → Read More