In Case You Missed It Friday: Alibaba's Gravy Train Keeps Chugging Along
At the end of the Singles' Day, Alibaba raked in 120.7 billion renminbi ($17.8 billion) of gross merchandise volume (GMV), a 32% increase.

What a week. It's Clinton. It's Ttrump. No it's not yes it is. You're a puppet (no, you're not). Then he won and the markets rallied like we haven't seen in years.

Indeed, Monday through Friday was a whirlwind of news, market swings and speculation around the election and the world as we know it. Though Friday slowed a bit in terms of news (aren't we all a little tuckered out?) the markets continued to run up, earnings continued to flow and pundits continued to speculate on the impact of a Trump presidency all while Jack Ma's e-commerce behemouth Alibaba (BABA)  broke its own Singles' Day sales record.

But that wasn't all the TheStreet and its affiliates were investigating Friday. Here's what you may have missed and some highlights you need to revisit:

Why Activist Hedge Funds Almost Never Nominate Women
Insurgent funds are run by men and their track record picking female dissident director candidates is abysmally low, but some activists say fund managers just aren't looking hard enough. Full story

Trump, Net Neutrality and Netflix (NFLX)
The president-elect has tweeted his displeasure with net neutrality, but ending the policy could require the courts or Congress—and would shake up the video market. Full story

Only 2% of U.S. Investors Look to European Stocks Now
This is a great chance to grab bargains for investors seeking to diversify, particularly in the construction and infrastructure sector. Full story 

Chart of the Day: Grim Outlook for Clorox Still Holds

 

Indicators are pointed down for the maker of detergents and Kingsford Charcoal. Full story (CLX)

Interest Rates Are Going Much Higher
Warren Buffett says the market is going to rise no matter the outcome of the election. No kidding. Full story

Tweet of the Day:

Twitter=Gowanus?? You clean it up, it becomes commercial !

— Jim Cramer (@jimcramer) November 11, 2016

Private Equity Looks for Opportunities in eDiscovery Sector
Financial sponsors are increasingly looking to invest in the fragmented eDiscovery sector. Full story

Nintendo Takes Bold Step in Scrapping Wii U Production Ahead of Global Switch Release
Wii U accounted for 32% of overall hardware sales volume last fiscal year. Full story

Video of the Day: The Wine World Is on Fire and Helping the U.S. Economy

America's love of wine has created a little underground economy: jobs. Full story

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