Tiger Global Management’s Top 1st-Quarter Updates

Tiger Global Management recently disclosed its portfolio updates for the first quarter of 2020, which ended on March 31.

Tiger Global Management was founded in 2001 by Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio) after hedge fund legend Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio) gave him $25 million to start his own fund. The fund’s strategy is to deploy capital globally, focusing on big tech stocks as well as early and late stage venture, post-initial public offering, private equity and secondary market small caps. In January, the firm closed on a new $3.75 billion fund for investing in private technology, revealing continued investor enthusiasm for tech companies.

Using the above investing criteria, the firm established three new common stock holdings during the quarter, most notably Athene Holding Ltd (NYSE:ATH), and added to several other positions, including Workday Inc. (NASDAQ:WDAY) and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE:BABA). It also sold out

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Dining Out and Imperfections in Restaurants

All dressed up and having decided what would satisfy your palate tonight. You leave for an evening out for the restaurant that you have chosen. Finding an eatery with both good food and service is not always achievable. 

Very often, the Waitrons, or serving staff, are not adequately trained as to how to handle clientele properly. This kind of issue will not occur if you go to a restaurant with a TTO system. You can visit TTO websites to find more information about table top ordering systems.

Ordering System

Frequently you are verbally pounced upon before you are seated comfortably to enquirer what you would like to drink. Gosh, you haven’t had time to think about it yet! Then the menu is produced, and you are either hurriedly made to order what you would like to eat or else, left for ages to think about it, a no-win situation. You … Read More

REFILE-FOCUS-Online meal delivery firms knocked off course by coronavirus crisis

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* Most takeaway food apps experience drop in use in Europe

* Some branch into grocery delivery, cut fees to restaurants

* Coronavirus slows fast-growing meal delivery sector

* People prefer to cook at home amid lockdown

By Anna Rzhevkina, Hilary Russ and Toby Sterling

GDYNIA/NEW YORK/AMSTERDAM, April 7 (Reuters) – The lockdown of millions of people at home across the globe due to the coronavirus should have been the perfect recipe for success for the burgeoning online meal delivery market.

But some of the world’s largest players, including Uber Eats and Just Eat, which is being bought by Takeaway.com, have been hit by a double whammy: restaurant suppliers have been ordered to shut and with more time at home to cook for themselves, some people appear to have lost their appetite for takeaway.

While many restaurants have switched to offering takeaway, giving

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Donald Trump Bashes Media Coverage Of Coronavirus, Agrees With One America News Reporter That News Outlets “Siding With China”

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President Donald Trump’s press briefing had a flurry of newsworthy statements, updates and some startling moments.

Days after saying that a lot of the media “actually has been really fair” in its coverage of the coronavirus crisis, on Thursday he was back to calling a number of news outlets “dishonest.”

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Near the end of the briefing, Chanel Rion, chief White House correspondent for One America News Network, the right-wing outlet, asked him, “Do you consider the term Chinese food racist, because it is food that originated in China or has Chinese origin?”

“No, I don’t think it is racist,” Trump responded.

Rion continued, “On that note, the major left-wing news media, even in this room, have teamed up with Chinese communist party narratives, and they claim you are racist for making these claims about the Chinese virus. Is

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