Vista's Sheth Resigns Weeks After CEO Smith Settles Tax Probe 

Mr. Sheth was widely seen as the lead deal maker at Vista and oversaw the firm's investment team. He joined Vista founder Robert Smith in 2000, was named president in 2010 and played an instrumental role in building the firm. Vista didn't specify a reason for his departure.

United Begins Flying Pfizer's Covid-19 Vaccine 

United Airlines began operating charter flights to position doses for quick distribution if the shots are approved by regulators, according to people familiar with the matter.

Hertz to Sell Donlen Fleet Business to Athene for $875 Million 

Bankrupt rental-car company plans to use proceeds from the proposed sale to pay down debt.

GM Plans to Seek Banking Charter to Grow Auto-Lending Business 

General Motors Financial Company has been talking to banking regulators for months about forming an industrial loan company and could file applications to do so as early as December, people familiar with the matter said.

Black Friday in a Pandemic Means Fewer Shoppers, Deals 

Clothing retailers and department stores canceled orders and discounted heavily to clear unsold merchandise during spring lockdowns. Many have kept inventories slim since then, which allows them to discount less.

Wary of New Lockdowns, CFOs Stand Ready With Covid Contingency Plans 

Finance chiefs say they are better prepared to navigate inventory challenges and cost cuts than they were last spring.

Slack Missed Out on Pandemic's Zoom Boom, Leaving It Vulnerable 

When the coronavirus sent millions of professionals working remotely, other companies seized the spotlight, making Slack a potential acquisition target.

Spanish Lenders BBVA, Sabadell Abandon Merger Talks 

Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, Spain's second-largest lender by assets, and smaller peer Banco de Sabadell ended their merger talks because of disagreements over pricing, underlining that consolidation in Europe's banking system remains complicated.

Spotify Needs More Than a Cup of Joe 

Joe Rogan's podcast, about to go exclusive, will need to deliver a big boost in paid users to justify the Spotify stock's run.

Cars Are Going Digital, But Detroit Has a Long Road Ahead 

It will be awhile until car makers can reap the benefits of turning your next vehicle into a giant smartphone


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

November 27, 2020 19:15 ET (00:15 GMT)

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