Tesla Files to Sell Another $5B in Stock
The company said the additional shares would be sold “from time to time” and “at-the-market” prices.
Capital One Halts Buy-Now-Pay-Later Credit Card Transactions
The company said the rapidly growing market was risky for consumers.
DOJ: Facebook Improperly Gave Hiring Preference to Foreign Workers
The complaint says the social media giant refused to recruit, consider, or hire qualified and available U.S. workers for over 2,600 positions.
Starbucks to Tie Executive Pay to Diversity Goals
Anti-bias content will be included in all hiring, development, and performance assessment processes.
Private Sector Hiring Slows in November
U.S. companies hired 307,000 employees last month, missing the 475,000 employees that economists expected.
Nasdaq Proposes Board Diversity Rule
If approved, most companies listed on the exchange would be required to have at least two diverse directors.
S&P Global to Buy IHS Markit in $44B Deal
The deal will be this year's biggest merger, combining two of the largest providers of data to Wall Street.
Report: IBM To Cut 10,000 Jobs
The job cuts could affect about 20% of its staff in Europe. The United Kingdom and Germany would be the hardest hit, says Bloomberg.
McCormick Doubles Down on Hot-Sauce Category With Cholula Buy
The hot-sauce category has seen a jump in U.S. sales amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Danone Announces Job Cuts, Restructuring
The consumer goods company says it is reshaping itself as a “local-first” organization.
Video Game Company Roblox Files for IPO
The user-generated gaming platform, hugely popular with kids, has yet to turn a profit.