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Jonathan Fung
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Attends University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
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It’s true, as the adage goes, that they’re not making land anymore, but technology that allows more intensive use of land has held down values in the long term.
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The company unveiled a new product called Memories for saving snaps.
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Last January, at an afternoon press conference, the UH football team learned that its All-American quarterback would be returning for another season, and the rest of Hawaii met their newest Island …
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More companies are deciding to do without bankers when they make acquisitions
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After racking up a historic N.B.A. season, the team’s owners — most of them from Silicon Valley — think their management style deserves some of the credit. Are they right?
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Audit Senior Assistant
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  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
    Audit Assistant, present
  • University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization (UHERO)
    Student Data Assistant
  • Island Insurance Company
    Accounting & Finance Intern
  • Akamai Capital LLC
    Junior Analyst
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  • University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
    Finance, Economics, 2015 - present
  • University of Hawaii Manoa
    Finance, Accounting, International Business, Chinese, Economics, 2008 - 2012
  • Iolani School
    2001 - 2008
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Why Land and Homes Actually Tend to Be Disappointing Investments - The N...
www.nytimes.com

It’s true, as the adage goes, that they’re not making land anymore, but technology that allows more intensive use of land has held down valu

Amazon Is Quietly Eliminating List Prices - The New York Times
www.nytimes.com

As retailers face consumer lawsuits over discounts, Amazon is changing the way it presents bargains to customers.

Your Guide to Local Style Business
www.hawaiibusiness.com

Last January, at an afternoon press conference, the UH football team learned that its All-American quarterback would be returning for anothe

Donald Trump Soured on a Deal, and Hong Kong Partners Became Litigants -...
www.nytimes.com

“I beat China all the time,” Mr. Trump said last year, citing one Manhattan investment. But documents and interviews tell a very different s

40 Percent of the Buildings in Manhattan Could Not Be Built Today
www.nytimes.com

In Manhattan alone, roughly two out of every five buildings are taller, bulkier, bigger or more crowded than current zoning allows. And ofte

Dark and stormy
www.economist.com

A repressed financial system has sprouted high-risk alternatives to banks

An Investment Banker’s Worst Nightmare
www.wsj.com

One day last month, two big companies announced takeovers that had something in common: Neither Comcast nor AbbVie used a banker. They aren’

The Epicurean Dealmaker: Eight Reasons Not to Hire an M&A Advisor. A...
epicureandealmaker.blogspot.com

An occasional review and commentary on Wall Street, global finance, markets, and their participants, by a pseudonymous investment banker. So

New engine
www.economist.com

Fintech firms find a way to finance purchases of secondhand cars

A Warmer, Fuzzier Los Angeles - The New York Times
www.nytimes.com

The city is looking to become more transit-friendly, more communal.

Your Kid's Prom Just Got Even More Expensive
www.bloomberg.com

'Promposals' are becoming the most important part of a teenager's special day, and retailers have noticed.

How non-voters blew it
www.economist.com

Voters who disdain Donald Trump have had the power to stop him but, as is often the way in the primaries, most have chosen to stay at home.

Neurological night watch
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Why a familiar bed provides a good night’s sleep

Why Thieves Steal Soap
priceonomics.com

Stealing soap is almost as good as stealing cash.

Rise of Institutional Investors Raises Questions of Collusion - The New ...
www.nytimes.com

Big investors hold large stakes in many companies in the same industry, leading the Justice Department to scrutinize competition and pricing

Scalped: At China's creaking hospitals, illegal ticket touts defy crackdown
www.reuters.com

As day breaks, hundreds of patients wait to see doctors in a line that snakes around the Peking Union hospital in Beijing. Many will wait in

What Happened When Venture Capitalists Took Over the Golden State Warrio...
www.nytimes.com

After racking up a historic N.B.A. season, the team’s owners — most of them from Silicon Valley — think their management style deserves some