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Satellite-imaging company Planet Labs plans to win more customers and invest in expanded data offerings after it goes public via a SPAC merger

Goldman is introducing new worker benefits, including paid time off after a miscarriage. It will also start letting longtime employees take unpaid sabbaticals

Heard on the Street: For Jack Dorsey, it’s no longer hip to be Square at Twitter

Walmart is looking for a new chief financial officer after Brett Biggs, a 22-year company veteran, said he plans to step down in early 2023

Turkey imports 93% of the oil it consumes, a vulnerability when energy prices climb in dollars and the lira slides

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella last week shed holdings in the software maker valued at nearly $300 million

About a week before Brian Grossman’s hedge fund, PFM Health Sciences LP, decided to invest in Theranos, the team vetting the startup received a red flag

The Dow and S&P closed higher, recouping some losses from Friday’s selloff via @WSJ 

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The maker of Schick razors is buying Billie, a women’s razor startup brand that P&G tried to buy but was blocked by the FTC

Goldman most of its staff members to return to the office in June, and its executives were vocal that working from home wasn’t a long-term solution for the firm

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Trump signs an executive order barring Americans from Investing in certain Chinese Companies

Investors are turning their attention to newer digital assets such as DigiByte, VeChain and SafeMoon in the hunt for cheaper alternatives

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Federal Reserve officials are considering lending cash directly to hedge funds through clearinghouses to ease stress in the repo market. But that could be a tough sell for policy makers.

The Biden administration says its tax enforcement plan—doubling IRS staffing and getting a better look at cryptocurrency transactions—would generate $700 billion over the next decade.

China’s Belt and Road infrastructure is plagued by hidden debt, corruption scandals and other challenges, according to researchers

Breaking: Citadel CEO Ken Griffin outbid a group of crypto investors for copy of U.S. Constitution

Check out the latest @WSJ  video on crypto today: Cardano’s Ada Wants to Solve Some of Crypto’s Biggest Challenges

China, home of the Great Firewall, is trying to bring order to a scrappy corner of cyberspace—and in the process put its mark on the next-generation internet: blockchain

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