J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Pause Poses Another Test for Balancing Pandemic Risks 

The pause that regulators have recommended in the rollout of Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine may leave some people exposed to the virus for longer, but it could also boost public confidence in vaccination.

How Amazon Strong-Arms Partners Using Its Power Across Multiple Businesses 

A heavyweight in retail, cloud computing, digital advertising, streaming and smart speakers, the tech giant compels vendors in one market to engage with it in others. "Most businesses can't afford to say no."

JPMorgan Profit Soars After Bank Releases Reserves for Bad Loans 

The bank released $5.2 billion it had previously set aside to cover soured loans. A year ago, it stockpiled billions of dollars to prepare for the pandemic's effect on the economy.

American Airlines Plans Expanded Summer Flying Schedule 

The carrier is anticipating that widespread vaccination will unleash appetite for travel.

Wells Fargo Earnings Jump as Economy Bounces Back 

Wells Fargo posted a profit of $4.74 billion for the first quarter, up from $653 million a year earlier, after it released some of the money it put aside for bad loans earlier in the pandemic.

Goldman Profit Rises Sharply on Strong Trading, Deal Making 

The bank reported record profit and revenue in the first quarter, benefiting from a turbocharged market and an economic recovery.

Analysis: Tod's Breaks New Ground With Influencer Director 

The appointment to the board of Chiara Ferragni has led to a share rally, and shows the growing importance of such figures in luxury.

EU Orders Extra Pfizer Vaccines Amid J&J Suspension 

The European Union, grappling with the potential loss of Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines, will buy an additional 50 million doses from BioNTech and Pfizer for the quarter, and is in talks to purchase up to 1.8 billion more doses over the next two years.

Hundreds of Companies, CEOs Band Together on Voting Access 

Amazon, JPMorgan, Netflix and others signed a new statement to defend voting access, in the latest corporate response to a wave of voting bills under consideration across the U.S.

Luxury Brands Are Helped By a Lack of Other Spending Options 

For an industry traditionally dependent on tourism and consumer optimism, many luxury brands have done surprisingly well during the pandemic. A caveat is that shoppers will soon have more choice about where to spend their cash.


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