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More Than Half Of Small Businesses Have Reopened: Survey
Forty-seven percent said reaching pre-pandemic gross revenues and total daily transactions would point to full recovery.
Ex-GE CFO Miller Named Cargill Finance Chief
Jamie Miller will become Cargill's first female CFO, having previously broken the glass ceiling at GE.
Chamber Urges SEC Caution on Climate Disclosure
Stepping up enforcement efforts through the new climate and ESG task force should not take precedence over rulemaking, the Chamber says.
Coupang Shares Jump 40% After Monster IPO
The South Korean e-commerce giant believes it is still only "scratching at the surface" of the potential of the Korean online shopping market.
GE Sheds Jet-Leasing Unit in $30 Billion Deal
The deal with Ireland's AerCap "really marks the transformation into a more focused, simpler and stronger GE,” CEO Larry Culp says.
U.S. Consumer Prices Increase 0.4% in February
Economists expect the rise in prices to continue into the summer, pushing inflation past the Federal Reserve’s 2% target.
Greensill Capital Files for Insolvency
The supply-chain lender's filing follows the decision of Swiss funds that had invested in its securities to withdraw their support.
Heineken to Replace Laurence Debroux as CFO
Debroux is stepping down as the world’s second-largest beer maker focuses on restoring operating profit margins to pre-pandemic levels by 2023.
New SEC Task Force to Police Climate Disclosure
“Climate risks and sustainability are critical issues for the investing public and our capital markets,” Acting Chair Allison Herren Lee says.
Biden’s SEC Pick Warns of Crypto Fraud Risks
The SEC must ensure that crypto markets "are free of fraud and manipulation,” Gary Gensler told the Senate Banking Committee.
Seven Accused of $45M Pump-and-Dump Fraud
Kelly Kabilafkas allegedly orchestrated a fraud that culminated in him and his associates dumping shares in Airborne Wireless Network.
Texas Power Co-op Files Chapter 11 After Storm
Brazos Electric says the winter storm that devastated Texas left it in “a liquidity trap that it cannot solve with its current balance sheet.”
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