Jamie Dimon on Booming Economy and Finally Getting Off Zoom 

JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon believes a boom is coming in the American economy but warned that the government could waste it away if ambitious spending plans aren't held accountable.

Vaccine Sales Lift Pfizer's Quarterly Results 

The pharmaceutical company expects its Covid-19 vaccine to generate about $26 billion in sales this year, and the company said it is working on making the two-dose shot easier to administer and store.

CVS Says Covid-19 Vaccinations Slow 

The pharmacy operator said demand for Covid-19 vaccinations has fallen by about 30% recently as Americans' hesitancy to receive the shots outweighs expanding eligibility and access.

KKR Swings to a Profit 

Private-equity firm KKR posted a profit in the latest quarter as it reported positive investment income and revenue.

Apollo Posts Profit as Investments Outpace Broader Market 

The New York firm's private-equity portfolio appreciated by 22% during the first quarter, beating out rivals and easily topping the S&P 500, which climbed 5.8% during the period.

EnCap Raises $1.2 Billion for First Clean-Energy Fund 

The Houston firm aims to back companies that develop clean-energy assets at their earlier stages.

Inside 'Facebook Jail': The Secret Rules That Put Users in the Doghouse 

The site's Oversight Board is expected to rule on Donald Trump's case Wednesday. Breaking Facebook's rules can mean removed posts and blocked privileges, but a vast number of guidelines for moderators aren't made public.

DuPont Raises 2021 Expectations 

DuPont de Nemours raised its full-year sales and adjusted-earnings expectations as first-quarter adjusted earnings of 91 cents a share beat analysts expectations of 75 cents on higher sales.

This Rail Merger Could Become Quite Expensive 

Canadian National's higher bid for Kansas City Southern gives it the upper hand, but exposes it to significant financial risk if approval falls through.

Clorox's Move to Provide Adjusted EPS Raises Concerns 

Clorox's decision to break out adjusted earnings per share is drawing concern from some analysts who view the change to how the consumer company measures its corporate value as potentially misleading.


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