Equity [noun]

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Private boards should follow suit and make pay equity a board-level conversation by asking for documented pay practices, promotion and termination distributions, and results of regular pay equity reviews.

Lawmakers have failed to reach agreement on extending $600-a-week supplemental benefits, which expired in July and helped bring some semblance of regional equity to America’s patchwork social safety net.

Dan Ives, managing director of equity research at Wedbush Securities, tells Fortune he expects a 5% to 10% correction in the stock market if Congress fails to pass more stimulus in the next month.

The funding vehicle has gained traction amid the pandemic as private equity shops, hedge funds, CEOs seek to take advantage of the market dislocation.

Momentum from the tech rally, and some promising vaccine news are pushing global equities and futures higher this morning.

For example, Havas announced its appointments for its new diversity, equity and inclusion committee this wee.

The 2012 policy mentions LGBT people twice — once in a footnote and once in a reference to partnering with LGBT advocates to advance gender equity.

That’s arguably the theme that, more than any other, has proved the long-term winner in equity investing.

There’s the camp that believes equities are over-priced by just about every historical measure out there.

The investor held almost 70% in equities, just under 3% in real estate, with the rest going into fixed income.