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How Credit Suisse Became a Meme Stock

The longstanding troubles of Credit Suisse recently grabbed the attention of amateur investors whose social media posts sparked fears that the bank was running out of money. Read More




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TikTok’s CEO Navigates the Limits of His Power

TikTok recently tried to tamp down concerns from U.S. lawmakers that it poses a national security threat because it is owned by the Chinese internet company ByteDance. The viral video […]




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At Corporate Pep Rally, Disney CEO Pitches Warmer, Fuzzier Side

Every few years, the Walt Disney Company stages a colossal pep rally for its most-ardent fans. The three-day event is called D23 Expo, and roughly 140,000 people pay anywhere from […]







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Revenge of the Founders: A Generational Struggle on Wall Street

Last year, KKR gave its two chief executives pay packages that could be worth more than $500 million each, and over the past five years, Blackstone paid its co-founder and […]




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How Mark Zuckerberg Is Leading Meta Into Its Next Phase

SAN FRANCISCO — Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and chief executive of the company formerly known as Facebook, called his top lieutenants for the social network to a last-minute meeting in […]




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Amazon C.E.O. Andy Jassy Breaks From the Bezos Way

When Jeff Bezos was chief executive of Amazon, he took an arms-length stance toward the company’s affairs in Washington. He rarely lobbied lawmakers. He testified only once before Congress, under […]




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Infighting Overshadows Big Plans at The Washington Post

When Sally Buzbee joined The Washington Post a year ago this month, she took over a newsroom that had nearly doubled to more than 1,000 journalists under the ownership of […]







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CNN Enters the Post-Jeff Zucker Era. Bye-Bye ‘Breaking News’ Banners.

CNN’s ubiquitous “Breaking News” banner is gone, now reserved for instances of truly urgent events. Snarky on-screen captions — “Angry Trump Turns Briefing Into Propaganda Session,” for instance — are […]