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Supreme Court Gives Goldman Sachs a Do-Over in Securities Fraud Suit

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday gave Goldman Sachs another chance to try to persuade an appeals court that…

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Lordstown Motors is opening up its factory to show that it means business.

After replacing its leadership team and delivering a series of contradictory statements about its outlook, Lordstown Motors is putting its…

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How Public Letters Became Companies’ Favorite Form of Activism

The DealBook newsletter delves into a single topic or theme every weekend, providing reporting and analysis that offers a better…

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Wall Street Is Back (at the Office)

Bankers flock back to Manhattan Thousands of Goldman Sachs employees returned to their desks in New York this week, marking…

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Trustbusting Kicks Into Higher Gear

Two more signs that antitrust is a big focus on both sides of the aisle. Source

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The C.E.O. of UPS on Voting Rights and Vaccine Delivery

How did you move from the Milton Friedman perspective to the stakeholder view? It’s been happening over years, but it…

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Victoria’s Secret Swaps Angels for ‘What Women Want.’ Will They Buy It?

The Victoria’s Secret Angels, those avatars of Barbie bodies and playboy reverie, are gone. Their wings, fluttery confections of rhinestones…

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The Justice Department sues to block a major insurance brokers’ merger.

The Department of Justice filed a civil suit on Wednesday to block the proposed merger of Aon and Willis Towers…

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Is the Fed Planning an Escape Route?

Connect the dots Economists and investors will scour the Fed’s policy statement and economic projections later today, looking for small…

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What Lordstown’s Meltdown Means for SPACs

PwC’s U.S. arm is founding the Trust Leadership Institute as part of a $300 million initiative to focus its business…

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