The extra spending power of wealthy consumers is good news for Germany’s luxury carmakers. So is China’s resilience.

  • Chris Bryant | Bloomberg
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You’d think the rise of remote working would be good news for the enterprise software giant. That hasn’t been the case.

  • Alex Webb | Bloomberg
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The standoff over a stimulus deal puts American workers and families at risk.

  • Timothy L. O'Brien and Nir Kaissar | Bloomberg
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The technicalities of trade negotiations depend on broad political buy-in. And that’s still lacking on both sides of the English Channel.

  • Lionel Laurent | Bloomberg
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It’s time for his successors to make the business more international. A share sale could be just the thing.

  • Tim Culpan | Bloomberg
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Politicians’ promises to achieve distant and difficult targets attract natural skepticism. Their rhetoric can change reality, though.

  • David Fickling | Bloomberg
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When you make your bequest is a crucial calculation. Asian societies have long experience in juggling timing and outcomes. 

  • Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg
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Jes Staley’s strategy of sticking with investment banking looks vindicated by the pandemic. But trading is a difficult business to predict.

  • Elisa Martinuzzi | Bloomberg
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Consumers are reaching for the familiar. That helps some household names but spells trouble for everyone else.

  • Andrea Felsted | Bloomberg
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The FDA’s move gives drugmaker Gilead permission to promote the treatment, but questions remain about how useful it is.

  • Max Nisen | Bloomberg
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The market has reacted favorably to Xavier Niel’s alternative debt-reduction plan. Management doesn’t seem to be listening.

  • Chris Hughes | Bloomberg
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Bidders will balk if talk of retroactive blocks on M&A become a reality. Either way, Britain’s appetite for intervention is rising.

  • Chris Hughes | Bloomberg
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Even as the jet prepares to fly again, there will be few takers. Key customers American Airlines and Southwest are the latest to signal a rejiggering of orders.

  • Brooke Sutherland | Bloomberg
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The retailer’s plan to scale back the footprint of its namesake chain is years overdue, but it’s a step in the right direction.

  • Sarah Halzack | Bloomberg
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A strong showing at the company’s core wireless business begs the question: Was that $170 billion media bet worth it after all?

  • Tara Lachapelle | Bloomberg
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Swedish telecoms supplier Ericsson has been able to retain access to the Chinese market. That’s been a boon for sales. 

  • Alex Webb | Bloomberg
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EG Group and its owners are a serious force in retail. The company needs appropriate governance controls.

  • Andrea Felsted | Bloomberg
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With many bankers and traders working remotely, it’s crucial that Wall Street tries to keep a grip on their electronic communications.

  • Elisa Martinuzzi | Bloomberg
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The burrito chain’s prowess at handling online orders has kept sales humming. The bump is worth any short-term profit pinch.

  • Sarah Halzack | Bloomberg
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Read this, and you may not need your own customer service meltdown to see the light on digital banking.

  • Anjani Trivedi and Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg
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