Tag: 2023

Silicon Valley Bank employees received bonuses hours before takeover ☞ CNBC

“The size of the payouts couldn’t be determined, but SVB bonuses range from about $12,000 for associates to $140,000 for managing directors, according to Glassdoor.com. SVB was the highest-paying publicly traded bank in 2018, with employees getting an average of $250,683 for that year, according to Bloomberg.”

Feds Take Over Silicon Valley Bank in Biggest Bank Failure Since 2007 ☞ RedState

“The FDIC takeover of SBV leaves several unanswered questions for investors and account holders. At the end of 2022, SVB had approximately $209 billion in total assets, with about $175.4 billion in total deposits. According to the FDIC, it’s currently unclear how many of those deposits were above their insurance limit of $250,000 per depositor.”

Third of officers in an Ohio police department hit with civil rights and abuse charges ☞ ABC News

“The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office and the Cleveland Division of the FBI announced the new indictments at a news conference and released police body camera footage showing the officers allegedly beating, kicking and stomping community residents, including several who were brutalized after being handcuffed and appearing to comply with officers order to get on their knees.”

Apology letter found after US citizens killed in Mexico ☞ AP News

“We have decided to turn over those who were directly involved and responsible in the events, who at all times acted under their own decision-making and lack of discipline,” the letter reads, adding that those individuals had gone against the cartel’s rules, which include “respecting the life and well-being of the innocent.”

Elon Musk Building His Own Texas Town ☞ Newsmax

“Musk envisions the town as a sort of utopia that offers affordable housing for workers at his companies Tesla, The Boring Co., and SpaceX. Beginning last year, Boring employees could apply for rents starting at $800 a month for a two- or three-bedroom house, compared to a median rent of $2,200 a month in Bastrop County.”

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