Slack's Tough Act to Follow
Zoom set a high bar for other tech companies benefiting from the pandemic's work-from-home surge.
Why Google and Apple Stores Had a Covid-19 App With Ads
The technology giants have become de facto regulators of the coronavirus app market: "The rules for this keep changing depending on the day."
NetEase and JD.com Move Toward Hong Kong Listings
Two of China's most valuable U.S.-listed companies progressed toward listings in Hong Kong, with online-gaming group NetEase setting a price for its stock sale and e-commerce giant JD.com filing a preliminary prospectus.
Walmart Wants to Turn Rags Into Riches
Americans are so hot for used clothing that they'll even buy it during a pandemic. At least that is what Walmart is betting.
Lufthansa, Other Firms Burnt by Pandemic to Exit Blue-Chip Indexes
Several companies badly hit by the pandemic are set to be ejected from blue-chip stock indexes in Europe, a demotion that will prompt funds managing billions of dollars of investments to sell their shares.
Victoria's Secret's U.K. Arm Files for Creditor Protection
The British unit of Victoria's Secret owner L Brands filed for protection from creditors as it grapples with disruption wreaked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Hugo Boss Confirms Talks With CEO Successor
Hugo Boss said it's in talks with former Tommy Hilfiger and PVH Europe boss Daniel Grieder to become the German fashion group's chief executive.
Musk Calls for Amazon Breakup in Spat With Bezos
Elon Musk blasted Amazon.com and its founder Jeff Bezos, after the online retail giant rejected a book about the coronavirus pandemic, a clash that highlights the power some big tech companies wield over speech.
Pilgrim's Pride CEO Pleads Not Guilty in Poultry Price-Fixing Case
The chief executive of Pilgrim's Pride pleaded not guilty to federal charges that he conspired to fix chicken prices, while a judge barred him from contacting poultry buyers allegedly victimized by the scheme.
Abu Dhabi's Mubadala to Invest $1.2 Billion in Jio Platforms
Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Investment Co. has agreed to invest $1.21 billion in Jio Platforms Ltd., joining the list that includes Facebook Inc. and other foreign firms eager to buy a stake in the Indian telecommunications and technology giant.