Bank of America Tech Executives See Promise in 5G, 3-D Printing 

Cathy Bessant, Bank of America's chief operations and technology officer, thinks the bank may one day tap 3-D printing capabilities: 'That technology is much more important than the average person thinks it is.'

As Decision on Trump Looms, Facebook Preps Its Advertisers 

On Wednesday, Facebook's oversight board will decide whether to allow Donald Trump back on its platform. The company has been reaching out to ad agencies to explain it has no sway over the board's ruling.

3 Chip Companies Have Warned. Is It Time to Sell? 

Texas Instruments, On Semiconductor, and Power Integrations see signs of a potential correction. Citi Research analyst Christopher Danely is keeping Buy ratings on the two he covers.

GE, AT&T Investors Reject CEO Pay Plans 

The nonbinding votes against the proposals for GE's Larry Culp and AT&T's John Stankey highlight investor displeasure with what some blue-chip companies paid leaders during the pandemic.

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.

Want to Grab Your Food Order From a Locker? Taco Bell Bets You Do. 

At a new outlet in Times Square, customers can order and pick up food without ever interacting with a human.

Ferrari Hits a Bump 

The sports-car maker cut its profit guidance. The stock's high valuation leaves no room for such surprises.

Avis Budget Is Anything but Cheap 

Investors are pricing the rental-car company like a long-term luxury.

American Airlines, Unilever, Others Oppose Texas Voting Access Laws 

Dozens of major companies signed a letter against "any changes that would restrict eligible voters' access to the ballot" in Texas, days ahead of an expected vote in the state legislature on a voting bill.

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.


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May 04, 2021 15:15 ET (19:15 GMT)

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