SEC Asks Dozens of Companies for More Climate Disclosures 

The agency has sent letters to dozens of public companies asking them to provide more information to investors about how climate change might affect their financial earnings or business operations.

China Still Beckons U.S. Investors Despite Evergrande Crisis 

Some U.S. money managers including Bridgewater and Pimco view a potential Evergrande default as a step toward tamping down risks in China.

Facebook Says Apple's Privacy Changes Hurt Digital Ad Measurement 

The social-media giant seeks to assure advertisers and suggests its tools may undercount the effectiveness of campaigns.

Employee Lawsuit Challenges United Airlines Over Vaccine Exemptions 

A group of six employees sued the airline over its Covid-19 vaccine mandate, alleging that the airline hasn't made reasonable accommodations for those seeking religious and medical exemptions.

FASB Wants More Disclosure on Companies' Supply-Chain Finance Programs 

The Financial Accounting Standards Board proposed a rule that would require companies to disclose key terms and the size of their supply-chain financing, a move aimed at helping investors better understand the short-term borrowing mechanism.

Epic Games Says Apple Won't Reinstate Developer Account 

CEO Tim Sweeney said Apple told the "Fortnite" videogame maker that its ability to release software on Apple platforms won't be reinstated until the legal battle between the two companies ends.

General Mills Projects Continued Inflation 

The packaged-food company is facing hundreds of disruptions across its operations, ranging from pricier raw ingredients to a shortage of truck drivers, which executives said will push up prices for supermarket customers over the months ahead.

Invesco Teams Up in Push to Create Crypto ETFs 

The asset manager is making plans to roll out a lineup of funds backed by bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Most of $9.2 Billion in Questionable Medicare Payments Went to 20 Insurers, Federal Investigators Say 

Medicare insurers drew $9.2 billion in federal payments in one year through controversial billing practices, with 20 insurers combining for more than half of the total, according to federal health investigators.

China Evergrande's Flagship Business Resolves an Onshore Bond Payment 

Investors are waiting to see if the giant developer pays a coupon due Thursday on its U.S. dollar bonds.


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