When the housing market was strong, nearly everyone either had a part time gig in real estate or they fully switched career paths for easy money. Now that the market has slowed, nearly 40% of loan officers declined the option to renew their license this year. It’s an unfortunate, but necessary cycle that weeds out those who dabbled in the market and leaves only those who are truly committed. Of course, this cycle is not limited to only real estate, all businesses need to experience the same process of burn and regrowth to become stronger. While closing the sale of Twitter to current Owner Elon Musk, the law firm Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz racked up a massive bill to the social media company in a less than ethical manner by committing to astronomical hourly and success fees. Today Joe Cucchiara and Jack Russo look at the shocking way money is changing Silicon Valley ethics.
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