$BILL

Bill.com Holdings Inc

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$121.47 -

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VOLUME

372,534

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@lucullus #droscrew
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i think Musk has acted with purpose. He has got rid of 5200 staff. The company now has 2700 staff. If he maintained last years revenue he would now have a business that is profitable making around $1.5 bill a year. He has got rid of all the Woke campaigners and is turning the company into a Gaol focussed tech company. Not a diversity officer in sight i expect. He has broadened the marketplace for the platform. I mean in 3 weeks a complete turnaround....pretty spectacular really

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Just a thought, Banks balance sheets are loaded with cash because of QE, they didn't lend it out so they deposited it back at the FED every night where it got 0% interest 12 months ago. however now it gets 4%.... soon to 5% plus. The amount is approx $2Trill, the fed offers the same to others through the reverse repo, that another $2T. so the Fed is printing approx $200 bill a year to pay these guys. Half off that goes to commercial banks. This has to be to some extent inflationary and who are the commercial banks customers these days, they make a fortune lending risk free to the FED every night. What a fucking shambles

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@scottz #droscrew
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1.5 bill to buy moc

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@lucullus #droscrew
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This $cano thing looks like its a stupid price. Its has about 300,000 MEMBERS and a market cap of $930 mill. $OSh which is in the same business has 122,000 members and has a cap of $5 bill. I must have a look at their respective balance sheets etc.... but their is something wrong here, smells fishy

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@Alpha #decarolis
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**REGNO UNITO - Ufficio britannico per la responsabilitΓ  di bilancio OBR:** La recessione nel Regno Unito durerΓ  poco piΓΉ di un anno a partire dal terzo trimestre del 2022, con un calo del PIL da picco a picco del 2%. La disoccupazione aumenta di 505.000 unitΓ  dal 3,5% per raggiungere il picco del 4,9% nel terzo trimestre del 2024. **Gli aumenti delle tasse, i tagli alla spesa e l'aumento della crescita del PIL sono quindi sufficienti a ridurre il debito sottostante in misura modesta nel 2026-27 e 2027-28.** L'aumento dell'indebitamento spinge il debito sottostante (esclusa la Banca d'Inghilterra) a un forte aumento, dall'84,3% del PIL dello scorso anno a un massimo di 63 anni, il 97,6%, nel 2025-26. Il Regno Unito prevede di emettere T-bill netti per 33,2 miliardi di sterline nell'anno fiscale in corso, a fronte di una stima di 40 miliardi di sterline. Il PIL del Regno Unito tornerΓ  ai livelli pre-pandemia nel quarto trimestre del 2024. **L'inflazione Γ¨ destinata a calare bruscamente nel corso del prossimo anno e a scendere sotto lo zero entro la metΓ  del decennio.** I due obiettivi fiscali fissati dal governo, ovvero il pareggio del bilancio corrente e la riduzione del debito sottostante entro il 2025-26, sono destinati a essere mancati rispettivamente di 8,7 e 11,4 miliardi di sterline. Il quasi triplicarsi dei tassi di interesse da marzo significa che la quota di entrate consumate per il servizio del debito sale all'8,5% nel 2027-28, rendendo le finanze pubbliche piΓΉ vulnerabili a shock o oscillazioni future. I due obiettivi fiscali fissati dal governo, ovvero il pareggio del bilancio corrente e la riduzione del debito sottostante nel 2025-26, sono destinati a non essere raggiunti. Saranno raggiunti i nuovi obiettivi fiscali del governo. L'effetto netto della politica fiscale Γ¨ un aumento dell'indebitamento rispetto alle previsioni di marzo di 64,2 miliardi di sterline nel 2022-23 e di 39,8 miliardi di sterline nel 2023-24. **Il Regno Unito applicherΓ  un'aliquota aggiuntiva del 3% sui profitti bancari a partire da aprile 2023.** L'OBR del Regno Unito prevede una stretta fiscale di 61,7 miliardi di sterline entro il 2027-8. La pressione fiscale raggiungerΓ  un picco del 37,5% del PIL, il piΓΉ alto dal secondo dopoguerra.

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@dros #droscrew
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enough strength the past two days to keep the CTAs from having to follow the moc > @lucullus said: a weak close for 3 bill to buy

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@lucullus #droscrew
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a weak close for 3 bill to buy

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https://cointelegraph.com/news/us-senators-commit-to-advancing-crypto-bill-despite-ftx-collapse

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@lucullus #droscrew
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now, they fail everyone else gets the bill and they keep all the bonuses and pensions they gave themselves in the board room as they ran their ponsi scheme.

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@lucullus #droscrew
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this $VRM maybe sold as revenue was below and loss was about in line.... but the company has downsized and it's gross profit per vehicle is $4200 versus around $3600 for $CVNA . it's bought back $56 mill of debt for $18 mill, and will have $500 mill cash at year end. It's cash flow was around -20 mill this qtr. So it's setup to survive the next couple years. in theory it could survive 5-6 yrs in cash flow terms. Market cap $100 mill..... turnover $1.2 bill. Once recession is over this could be easily 10 x ..... more likely 20-30 x..... against a possible but probably unlikely zero

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Some ERs AH to watch $MELI $TWLO $NET $PYPL $COIN $SQ $BILL $TEAM $DASH $EXPE

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@dros #droscrew
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seems like he's strongly believes in it > @lucullus said: I think Zuc has super voting rights, so you can't get rid of him, he going to spend $20 bill a year on his daft Metaverse idea no matter what folks think

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@lucullus #droscrew
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I think Zuc has super voting rights, so you can't get rid of him, he going to spend $20 bill a year on his daft Metaverse idea no matter what folks think

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@Alpha #decarolis
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**DATI MACRO** STATI UNITI Asta US 52-Week Bill Attuale 4,505% (Previsione -, Precedente 3,955%) US 52-Week Bid-to-Cover Attuale 2,830 (Previsione -, Precedente 2,680)

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8:30 - Chicago Fed National Activity Index 9:45 1 PMI Composite Final 11:30 - 3 and 6 month Treasury Bill Auctions

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Bill Ackman's Pershing Square has made about $2.7 billion hedging against interest-rate hikes this year, the billionaire hedge fund manager disclosed in a recent interview - Business Insider

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By Ahmad Ghaddar, Alex Lawler and Rowena Edwards VIENNA/LONDON (Reuters) - OPEC+ looks set for deep cuts to its oil output targets when it meets on Wednesday, curbing supply in an already tight market despite pressure from the United States and others to pump more. The potential OPEC+ cut could spur a recovery in oil prices that have dropped to about $90 from $120 three months ago due to fears of a global economic recession, rising U.S. interest rates and a stronger dollar. OPEC+, which includes Saudi Arabia and Russia, is working on cuts of 1-2 million barrels per day, sources told Reuters, with several sources saying cuts could be closer to 2 million. The United States is pushing OPEC not to proceed with the cuts arguing that fundamentals don't support them, a source familiar with the matter said. Sources said it remained unclear if cuts could include additional voluntary reductions by members such as Saudi Arabia or if cuts could include existing under-production by the group. OPEC+ fell about 3.6 million bpd short of its output target in August. WASHINGTON REACTION "Higher oil prices, if driven by sizeable production cuts, would likely irritate the Biden Administration ahead of U.S. mid-term elections," Citi analysts said in a note. "There could be further political reactions from the U.S., including additional releases of strategic stocks along with some wildcards including further fostering of a NOPEC bill," Citi said, referring to a U.S. anti-trust bill against OPEC. JP Morgan also said it expected Washington to put in place countermeasures by releasing more oil stocks. Saudi Arabia and other members of OPEC+ - which groups the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other producers including Russia - have said they seek to prevent volatility rather than to target a particular oil price. Benchmark Brent crude traded flat at below $92 per barrel on Wednesday after rising on Tuesday. The West has accused Russia of weaponising energy, creating a crisis in Europe that could trigger gas and power rationing this winter. Moscow accuses the West of weaponising the dollar and financial systems such as SWIFT in retaliation for Russia sending troops into Ukraine in February. The West accuses Moscow of invading Ukraine while Russia calls it a special military operation. Part of the reason Washington wants lower oil prices is to deprive Moscow of oil revenue while Saudi Arabia has not condemned Moscow's actions. Relations have been strained between the kingdom and the administration of Biden, who travelled to Riyadh this year but failed to secure any firm cooperation commitments on energy. "The decision is technical, not political," United Arab Emirates Energy Minister Suhail al-Mazroui told reporters. "We will not use it as a political organisation," he said, adding that concerns about a global recession would be one of the key topics. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak, who was put on the U.S. special designated nationals sanctions list last week, also arrived in Vienna. He is not under EU sanctions.

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2 bill worth

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@Alpha #decarolis
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**DATI MACRO** STATI UNITI US 4-Week Bill Bid-to-Cover Attuale 2,54 (Previsione -, Precedente 2,820) Asta di buoni a 4 settimane USA effettiva 2,66% (previsione -, precedente 2,660%)

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By Rae Wee SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The yen was heading on Friday to its first weekly gain in more than a month after Japanese authorities intervened in markets to support the yen for the first time since 1998, while a towering dollar kept other currencies pinned near multi-year lows. The yen was up about 0.1% at 142.22 per dollar in Asia, after a more than 1% rally in the previous session on news that Japan had bought yen to defend the battered currency, although trading was thin on Friday with the country's markets closed for a public holiday. The intervention, conducted late in Asia trading hours on Thursday, came after the Bank of Japan stuck with its ultra-low rate policy, which prompted a drop in the yen past 145 per dollar to a 24-year low. "Given that (the BOJ) runs ... against the grain of rising interest rates, in order to have any chance of success, they're going to have to be in this for the long haul," said Ray Attrill, head of FX strategy at National Australia Bank (OTC:NABZY). "My sense is that the law of diminishing returns will set in, as far as intervention is concerned." Sterling lost 0.27% to $1.12285, uncomfortably close to a 37-year low of $1.1213 hit in the previous session and little helped by a 50 basis-point rate hike by the Bank of England overnight. The euro, Aussie and kiwi were likewise languishing near fresh lows on Friday in the face of a surging greenback, which received a boost from a very hawkish Federal Reserve policy announcement and rising Treasury yields that kept the dollar in demand. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield hit an 11-year high of 3.718% overnight, while the two-year yield remained well above 4%. "Ironically, I do think that the rise in U.S. Treasury yields overnight, particularly the 10-year area, is a direct result of the view that the Bank of Japan is going to have to be selling Treasuries, to supply the dollars in order to intervene," said Attrill. "Outside of dollar/yen, it will make the dollar even more attractive against other currencies." The U.S. dollar index rose 0.16% to 111.40, hovering near a two-decade high of 111.81 hit in the previous session, and is on track for a weekly gain of 1.5%. The euro fell 0.11% to $0.9823, close to a 20-year trough of $0.9807 hit overnight. Flash September purchasing managers' indexes for the euro zone, the UK and the United States, due later on Friday, will provide a better overview regarding the darkening global outlook. The risk-sensitive Aussie dropped 0.38% to $0.66165, while the kiwi fell 0.31% to $0.5828. Both had fallen to their lowest since 2020 in the previous session. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans said in a note on Friday that he has lowered his forecast for the Aussie to $0.65 by the end of this year, from $0.69 previously.

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@dros #droscrew
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hahaha > @Jonove said: I think it's Bill Gates covering his short

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@Jonove #droscrew
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I think it's Bill Gates covering his short

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@dros #droscrew
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+Initiations 9/12: $AEM $AGL $ASH $ATEC $BILL $BLCO $BORR $COHR $DAR $DC $ENOV $HUN $LCID $LLAP $MNDY $NEM $PTCT $RAIN $RZLT $WPM . -Initiations 9/12: $RBLX

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@Jonove #droscrew
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king dollar dollar bill yaaa. Get those overseas vacations ready

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@Alpha #decarolis
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Tenreyro della BoE: la domanda si sta giΓ  indebolendo - Relazione annuale. Dobbiamo ancora vedere la maggior parte dell'impatto del significativo inasprimento delle politiche giΓ  in atto. Il crescente output gap e l'aumento della disoccupazione potrebbero pesare sulle pressioni inflazionistiche interne. Quando si Γ¨ vicini al tasso di equilibrio, i rialzi graduali dei tassi ci permettono di reagire prima che si vada troppo verso il territorio della contrazione. L'inflazione accelererΓ  da un livello giΓ  elevato. Lo shock del reddito porterΓ  l'economia del Regno Unito in recessione. L'impatto principale dell'inasprimento della BoE Γ¨ ancora da vedere. Pill della BoE: Le previsioni di inflazione del Regno Unito di Goldman Sachs sono un'implicazione meccanica dei mercati del gas all'ingrosso. Una parte dell'aumento dei prezzi del gas si Γ¨ invertita dopo le previsioni di Goldman Sachs sull'inflazione. La richiesta di Goldman di un'inflazione britannica del 22% Γ¨ plausibile. I piani governativi discussi finora potrebbero ridurre l'inflazione complessiva nel breve termine rispetto alle previsioni di agosto. We can't speculate yet on BoE's response to the bill cap. Mann della BoE: L'allentamento quantitativo sarΓ  presente nella politica monetaria di quest'anno.

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A SENATE BILL SEEKS RISK WARNING ON CERTAIN CHINESE BUSINESSES' STOCKS.

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@Benlax #droscrew
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Sold a few more bill put spreads in Oct and Nov

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**conorsen:** β€œThis bill that will objectively lower the deficit won’t actually fight inflation” is an interesting way for some people to say they’re MMT adherents. https://twitter.com/conorsen/status/1561145878592819201

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@Benlax #droscrew
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Flat/slight green between the accounts from the hedges and BILL play

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@Benlax #droscrew
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Damn now I’m pissed I didn’t get more > @Benlax said: trying a single BILL aug26 155/180c for 6.5

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trying a single BILL aug26 155/180c for 6.5

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@lucullus #droscrew
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i wonder if Bill Gates has been paid on his short in $TSLA yet

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Bill & Melinda Gates Joined you yesterday

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By Yoruk Bahceli (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve is hiking interest rates at the most aggressive pace in a generation, but the financial conditions it needs to tighten to tame soaring inflation are heading in the wrong direction. A rally in equities and falling government bond yields since the Fed's June hike means financial conditions are actually loosening, despite the U.S. economy having been hit with a combined 150 basis points of rate hikes at that meeting and the next one. Financial conditions reflect the availability of funding in an economy. They dictate spending, saving and investment plans of businesses and households, so central banks want them to tighten to help control inflation, which is now running far above their target levels. A widely followed U.S. financial conditions index (FCI) compiled by Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), which factors in borrowing costs, equity levels and exchange rates, has loosened some 80 basis points (bps) since the Fed's June meeting. A similar index from the Chicago Federal Reserve, which tracks financial conditions independent of prevailing economic conditions, has turned negative, implying conditions are loose relative to what the current economic picture would usually suggest. In the euro zone, conditions have also loosened by about 40 basis points, according to Goldman Sachs, and money markets have priced out most of the 2023 rate hikes they had previously expected. "Back in June we thought that (U.S.) financial conditions were broadly where they should be to engineer the slowdown that you need to bring activity, wage growth and price inflation back to target," said Daan Struyven, senior global economist at Goldman Sachs. "Our best guess is that they've eased a little too much." " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> The change in conditions has been driven by recession fears, which have prompted markets to not only reduce how far they expect the Fed to hike, but also to price in rate cuts next year. This suggests investors think the Fed will be more concerned by a slowing economy rather than inflation next year. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's comments following the bank's July rate hike were also interpreted by some investors as implying a "dovish pivot". Money markets now expect Fed hikes to stop at around 3.6% next March, compared with the 4%-plus expected before the June hike, followed by some 50 bps of cuts by the end of 2023. Since the June hike, the S&P 500 has gained 13%, oil prices are down 22% and 10-year U.S. Treasury yields have fallen 70 bps. Credit markets have also rallied. To be sure, financial conditions are still some 200 bps tighter than late 2021's record low, and stocks remain 10% down for 2022. Goldman estimates a 100 bps tightening in its FCI will crimp economic growth by one percentage point in the coming year. But the recent loosening is approaching what the bank terms an "FCI loop", Struyven said. "If you see very significant additional financial conditions easing that would probably not be sustainable because the outlook for activity, wage growth and inflation would look too hot." UNFINISHED JOB That risk is already reflected in market gauges of long-term inflation expectations. The 10-year U.S. breakeven rate has risen some 15 bps to 2.44% since early July. Euro zone expectations have risen too. "That dovish interpretation was the reason why inflation expectations were driven up again. This just goes to show that the Fed still has an unfinished job ahead of itself," said Patrick Saner, head of macro strategy at Swiss Re (OTC:SSREY). Data last week showing U.S. inflation unchanged in July instead of rising fuelled a further loosening in financial conditions. But recent U.S. jobs and wage growth data point to increasingly tight labour markets. Economists note the U.S. unemployment rate, at 3.5%, is far lower than the lowest level -- 4.4% according to the Congressional Budget Office -- it can reach without boosting inflation. Annual wage growth of 5.2% is way above the 3.5% Goldman estimates is necessary to pull inflation down to the Fed's target of 2%. PUSHING BACK Several Fed policymakers have pushed back against the shift in market pricing, emphasising determination to keep tightening policy until price pressures abate. They also say that it is unlikely that the Fed will pivot to cutting rates in 2023. A pricing out of those cuts would tighten financial conditions. Financial conditions need to tighten more and for that to happen, "you either need to see some declines in risk assets, equity prices or increases in longer-dated yields. Typically it's a combination," Saner said. Goldman Sachs expects 10-year U.S. Treasury yields to reach 3.30% by year-end, up from today's 2.80%. Others are sceptical of current equity valuations. Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) expects the S&P 500 to fall some 9% by June next year. UBS analysts note that the stock market currently is consistent with core inflation returning to 1.5%-2%. If it ends up a percentage point higher, valuation adjustments imply a 25% drop in the S&P 500, they estimate. "Wishful thinking in markets only makes the job harder, by loosening financial conditions and requiring more monetary tightening to compensate," Bill Dudley, former head of the New York Fed, warned in an opinion piece for Bloomberg News earlier in August.

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The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation bought 6 Million more shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway $BRK.B last quarter

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active after chip bill

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

12.84 B

Beta

2.51

Avg. Volume

2.50 M

Shares Outstanding

105.67 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2023-02-02

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Bill.com is a leading provider of cloud-based software that simplifies, digitizes, and automates complex, back-office financial operations for small and midsize businesses. Customers use the Bill.com platform to manage end-to-end financial workflows and to process payments. The Bill.com AI-enabled, financial software platform creates connections between businesses and their suppliers and clients. It helps manage cash inflows and outflow. The company partners with several of the largest U.S. financial institutions, the majority of the top 100 U.S. accounting firms, and popular accounting software providers. Bill.com has offices in Palo Alto, California and Houston, Texas.

CEO: RenΓ© Lacerte

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HQ: 1810 Embarcadero Road Palo Alto, 94303 California

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