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Bayer's (BAYRY) market cap shrank by more than $6 billion Wednesday after a California jury found its Roundup brand weed killer caused cancer. Bayer stock slid more than 9%.
Shares of the 166-year-old denim company ended trading nearly 32 percent higher on Thursday following the company's second-ever IPO. Levi Strauss first went public in 1971 before going private for over three decades.
Source: Fox News
A beer battle that started brewing around the Super Bowl earlier this year has gone into overtime.
March 22, 2019 There's one reason why stocks are doing just fine despite worries about earnings and the economySource: CNBC
Corporate earnings are expected to contract in the first quarter and fears of an economic slowdown abound. Yet the U.S. stock market is still up more than 13 percent this year. There is one reason why these opposing scenarios are...
Source: Knowledge@ Wharton
the paper titled “Wrongful Benefit & Arctic Drilling” asks whether it should be permissible for companies to profit from past decisions that have proven to be detrimental
Source: The Guardian
In the first significant check on the Trump administration’s “energy-first” agenda, a US judge has temporarily halted hundreds of drilling projects for failing to take climate change into account.
March 21, 2019 Europe hits Google with a third, $1.7 billion antitrust fineSource: CNN
London - The European Union has hit Google with another big antitrust fine, the third in a series of billion-dollar penalties the US tech giant has incurred for hindering competition.
March 21, 2019 AT&T peels off layer of political spending secrecy — thanks to pushy investors and the Michael Cohen fiascoSource: Dallas Morning News
AT&T is bowing to activist shareholders calling for more transparency about the company's political spending, agreeing to disclose millions of dollars in previously untraceable contributions after last year's embarrassment...
This week denim lovers will get the opportunity to invest in more than just a pair of Levi 501s. For the first time in more than three decades, investors can buy shares of the world's biggest jeans seller.
Source: Chicago Tribune
Goldman Sachs said it is boosting its efforts to improve diversity at the storied investment bank, setting goals for the first time for hiring black and Latino associates and saying it will tie top leaders' pay and promotions to...
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