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Thursday, October 28, 2021
If you’re struggling to find work because you’re an ex-con, try hitting up Jamie Dimon. The hard-charging chief executive of JPMorgan Chase said this week he is helping launch and co-chair the Second Chance Business Coalition, a group that aims to expand hiring of former criminals. “Business has an important role to play in making it easier f...
GameStop shares rose more than 6 percent in early trading Tuesday after the company announced it raised $551 million through a stock sale to speed up the company’s turnaround effort. Shares of the company were up more than 11 percent in premarket trading after the announcement, before paring some gains once the markets opened. The video game ...
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Belén Garijo takes over as chief executive in May...
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Stocks tumbled Thursday on a report that President Biden is mulling a plan to nearly double what wealthy people pay on their investment gains. A Bloomberg News report that Biden wants to raise the capital gains tax to as much as 39.6 percent for people earning at least $1 million chopped 321 points off the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which clo...
Shares of AT&T rose Thursday after the telecom giant’s first-quarter results topped analyst expectations. The company’s wireless division, its largest unit, added 595,000 phone customers who pay a monthly bill, up from 163,000 in the same period in 2020. It also added 207,000 prepaid phone customers. In the WarnerMedia entertainment unit,...
A Romanian startup rides a wave of automation to a blockbuster stockmarket listing...
The football clubs’ failed venture has weakened their future bargaining position...
The live trade show is back—with a new guest list...
Religious leaders in Georgia on Tuesday will call for a boycott of Home Depot because of its silence on the state’s new voting curbs that activists say make it harder for black people and other racial minorities to vote. Other Georgia-based corporations — including Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola — have been meeting with the activists for weeks an...