SEC's Hester Peirce Criticizes Conditions Placed on Credit Suisse as Part of Waiver 
 

The waiver allows Credit Suisse's investment adviser affiliates to keep doing business following an SEC settlement, but the Republican says some requirements could be harmful.

 
White Slip-Ons Are In, Thanks to 'Squid Game.' That's Good News for Vans. 
 

Footwear brand's parent got a revenue bump from popularity of classic sneakers

 
Google Charges More Than Twice Its Rivals in Ad Deals, Unredacted Suit Says 
 

The suit by state attorneys general sheds new light on how the search giant profits from its commanding position in the internet economy.

 
Services Are Yet Another Snag for Oil and Gas 
 

All three major oil field servicers-Halliburton, Schlumberger and Baker Hughes-have less equipment and fewer employees after years of austerity, prompting them to negotiate price hikes with their customers.

 
DWAC, the Trump Social-Media SPAC, Soars in GameStop-Like Frenzy 
 

Shares of the blank-check company tied to Donald Trump's new online network surged again Friday, fueled by the enthusiasm of individual investors on social media.

 
LaserShip Names Home Depot Supply-Chain Executive as CEO 
 

Mark Holifield will lead the parcel operator after overseeing an overhaul of retailer Home Depot's distribution network amid growing e-commerce demand.

 
Goldman Sachs Awards Executives One-Time Bonus 
 

The bank is giving CEO David Solomon and president John Waldron one-time stock bonuses designed to keep the executives at the helm of Wall Street's biggest bank.

 
Music Publishers Propose Higher Streaming Payments 
 

The National Music Publishers Association and five major streamers are duking it out this week in front of the Copyright Royalty Board, which determines royalty rates for songwriters and publishers.

 
Carvana Faces Consumer Complaints, Government Scrutiny and Fines 
 

Some buyers report months-long delays getting paperwork and other problems; Carvana says it remains committed to improvement

 
Justice Department Accuses Ericsson  of Breaching Bribery Settlement 
 

U.S. prosecutors have determined that Ericsson has violated the terms of a $1.06 billion settlement agreement reached in 2019 over allegations of bribery in five countries, the Swedish telecom company said Friday.

 
 

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