GE Nears Deal to Combine Jet-Leasing Unit With AerCap 

The $30 billion-plus deal would unite rivals in a tough aviation market and could further shrink GE Capital.

Greensill's Clients Included West Virginia Governor's Coal Company 

Most of Greensill's revenue came from five clients, according to an internal Greensill report reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Crowd-Safety Company Evolv Going Public in $1.7 Billion SPAC Merger 

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush are two of Evolv's investors.

Oxford Vaccine Startup in Conflict With University Ahead of IPO 

A startup behind the Covid-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca is planning an IPO that backers hope will be the biggest market debut of an Oxford spinoff in years. One hurdle: the university itself.

Huawei Loses Cellular-Gear Market Share Outside China 

Huawei's share of revenue from selling wireless-equipment around the world, excluding China, fell 2 percentage points last year, a signal the U.S. campaign to curb the Chinese manufacturer is starting to make an impact.

Disney's 'Raya and the Last Dragon' Undercut Without Cinemark 

More than 300 theaters from nation's third-largest chain didn't show biggest new release, as New York City and San Francisco reopen.

China-Linked Hack Hits Thousands of Microsoft Customers 

The cyberattack on the company's Exchange email software is believed to have infected American businesses, government offices and schools.

U.S. Scientists Question Single Dose for Pfizer, Moderna Shots 

They say the long-range effectiveness of two-dose Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines isn't known after only one shot.

Garrett Motion Settles Shareholder Dispute, Easing Chapter 11 Exit 

A group of Garrett Motion shareholders that had challenged the company's proposed restructuring with their own plan have settled the dispute, coming to terms with a majority shareholder group on a chapter 11 exit deal.

Microsoft, Wells Fargo Satisfied U.S. on Hiring More Black Employees 

The Labor Department under the Trump administration closed inquiries last year after the two companies responded to questions about their plans to hire more Black staff.


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