From Amazon Towards Microsoft — A Shift in the Cloud Arms Race
Microsoft could chip away further market share from Amazon cloud subsidiary Amazon Web Services.
Danone Board Ousts CEO (and Former CFO) Emmanuel Faber
Danone faced increasing pressure from shareholders to replace Faber, whom they blamed for lackluster sales.
Lordstown Motors Responds to Short Seller
A Hindenburg Research report alleged that the truckmaker's product orders "appear largely fictitious and [are] used as a prop to raise capital."
SEC Cautions On Celebrity SPACs
“Celebrities, like anyone else, can be lured into participating in a risky investment or may be better able to sustain the risk of loss.”
Goldman Sachs Evaluates Bitcoin as Client Demand Rises
The bank is exploring how to own and invest in Bitcoin while making sure it is regulated.
Noodles & Company CFO Discusses Longer-Term Outlook
The fast food chain's finance chief says the company has a lot of opportunity on the top line.
Elizabeth Warren’s Wealth Tax: What You Should Know
Economists estimate the plan would generate about $3 trillion in tax revenue over a 10-year stretch.
Square Commences Operations as an Industrial Bank
The fintech company's CFO Amrita Ahuja said bringing banking capability in-house will enable the company to “operate more nimbly.”
Senate to Begin Deliberations on Latest COVID-19 Relief Bill
The $1.9 trillion relief bill was passed by the House over the weekend.
SPACs vs. Traditional IPOs
Here are the positives and negatives of the SPAC market for both investors and private companies to consider.
McDonald’s Sets Goals to Expand Diversity Among Senior Leadership
The new emphasis on diversity comes as McDonald’s faces a public relations dilemma with a lawsuit by Herb Washington, a former Oakland A’s player.