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The Blue Wave and Taxes

What a Biden Administration Means for Business Owners… and Logistics

On November 3, the American people voted. We still don’t know the full and final election results, due to unprecedented volumes of vote-by-mail. However, the New York Times just called the White House election in favor of Biden. In addition, polling suggested a Democratic sweep of the White House, Congress, and Senate, although the Senate results will now depend on January runoffs in Georgia. Meanwhile, Wall Street increasingly expects a Blue Wave.




Supply chains: the convergence of old-economy transportation and new-economy technology

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Benjamin Gordon

Benjamin Gordon

Ben Gordon, CEO of Cambridge Capital and BGSA. Investor in logistics and supply chain technology. Published at Fortune and CNBC.

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