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On this episode of the Liquidity Event podcast, we cover Amazon's $3.49 billion deal for One Medical and why we are surprisingly excited about it. AJ asks our listeners to vote on the next book she reads, so don’t let her down. In other news, companies tested a four-day workweek and decided they don't want to stop, proving that work-life balance is a myth and we just thought you should know that Delta AmEx cards offer a permanent 15% off on travel booked with miles. W learn why emojis count as financial advice and ponder the impossible question of how to make accounting cool.
And finally, we have a New York Times whine-fest of digital creators owing taxes after going viral, proving once again that money can't buy freedom.
- Amazon Says It Has Completed $3.49 Billion Deal for One Medica
- After Testing Four-Day Week, Companies Say They Don’t Want to Stop
- Delta AmEx Cards Give Permanent 15% Off Award Travel, Increased Bonus Offers
- DOJ Preps Antitrust Suit to Block Adobe’s $20 Billion Figma Deal
- How Can We Make Accounting Cool?
- Federal Judge Rules That Emojis Count as Financial Advice
- They Went Viral and Made Money. Now They Owe Taxes.
- IRS: May 15 tax deadline extended to Oct. 16 for disaster area taxpayers in California, Alabama and Georgia
- Stripe’s Search for Billions Nears an End, But It Hasn’t Been Easy
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