FDA Moving to Authorize Pfizer-BioNTech Booster for 16-, 17-Year-Olds 
 

The agency could authorize Covid-19 boosters as soon as next week as concerns rise over a new, possibly more transmissible variant.

 
Lululemon Hits Back at Peloton, Sues Over Allegedly Copied Designs 
 

The athletic-apparel maker says new Peloton items are knockoffs, after Peloton last week asked a court to declare it didn't infringe on designs.

 
FTC Asks Amazon, Walmart for Information on Supply-Chain Issues 
 

The Federal Trade Commission said that it is conducting a study on supply-chain problems and shortages, as part of a study into whether the problems have led to anticompetitive behavior and higher prices.

 
Amazon Alabama Workers to Hold New Union Vote, Labor Official Rules 
 

A federal official has tossed out results from a unionization vote earlier this year, saying that the company violated labor law in its campaign against organizing, according to the National Labor Relations Board.

 
Microsoft's Nadella Sells Half of His Shares in Company 
 

The software maker's chief executive shed holdings valued at nearly $300 million last week, SEC filings show.

 
Schick Owner Edgewell Personal Care Buys Women's Razor Brand Billie 
 

The $310 million deal comes after federal regulators had blocked a deal for Gillette parent Procter & Gamble to acquire the startup.

 
Goldman Expands Benefits to Combat Employee Burnout 
 

The Wall Street firm is offering paid leave for pregnancy loss and expanding the amount of time employees can take for bereavement leave among other new benefits in a bid to attract and keep employees.

 
Jack Dorsey Steps Down as CEO of Twitter 
 

The social-media company said Chief Technology Officer Parag Agrawal would take the reins effective immediately.

 
CNN to Review Records Showing Chris Cuomo's Involvement in Coaching Brother 
 

The network says documents released by office of New York Attorney General "deserve a thorough review and consideration."

 
Asymchem Laboratories Plans to Raise $968 Million in Hong Kong IPO 
 

Shenzhen-listed Asymchem Laboratories Tian Jin Co. is planning to raise as much as $968 million via a share offering in Hong Kong, joining a list of Chinese companies looking to complete deals in a volatile market

 
 

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