News Highlights: Top Company News of the Day
Twitter's Former Trust and Safety Chief Says He Left When System of Governance Went Away
Yoel Roth said he departed following the botched launch of the
upgraded Twitter Blue subscription program after Elon Musk ignored
his team's warnings about the rollout.
Airbnb Aims to Attract Big Landlords With a Cut of Its Rental Sales
A new service for rental apartments will act as a listing
platform, similar to Zillow or Apartments.com, but it will only
include units where short-term sublets are allowed.
Apollo Taps Connecticut State Treasurer for New Client Role
Shawn Wooden, the state's public retirement plan investment
official, will become chief public pension strategist for Apollo
Foot Locker Searches For a New Finance Chief
Current CFO Andrew Page will leave the New York-based shoe
retailer after it reports fiscal fourth-quarter results early next
Rio Tinto Expects Steady Iron-Ore Shipments in 2023
Rio Tinto expects iron-ore shipments from its Australian mines
to be steady year over year in 2023, and for aluminum output to
Horizon Therapeutics Fields Takeover Interest From Pharma Giants
The drugmaker recently had a market value almost $18 billion as
big pharmaceutical companies rely on acquisitions to expand
HPE's stock rises on record sales, strong revenue guidance
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.'s stock rose in extended trading
Tuesday after the company reported quarterly results in line with
analyst estimates and offered strong revenue guidance.
BlockFi Affirms Efforts to Return Customer Funds
The cryptocurrency lender said in a bankruptcy-court hearing
that it is different from FTX and is working to return client funds
as soon as possible.
Twitter Under Elon Musk Abandons Covid-19 Misinformation Policy
The platform is an outlier among social-media companies in
giving up policing false and misleading information about
That Knee Surgery You Postponed Could Soon Hobble Insurance Giants
Managed care companies have outperformed the broader stock
market due to lower-than-expected medical costs, but that could
start to change in 2023.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
November 30, 2022 03:15 ET (08:15 GMT)
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