News Highlights: Top Company News of the Day
Boeing's First Astronaut Flight on Starliner Faces Further Delay
The aerospace giant said its space vehicle might not carry
astronauts until the end of next year, potentially putting it a
year behind a previous date to deliver people to orbit.
Netflix Finds Even 'Squid Game' Only Has So Much Reach
While the new blockbuster series is helping to lift subscriber
growth, a projection only in line with forecasts tempers the
reaction following a stock-price surge.
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel Says Regulation Alone Won't Fix Social Media
Business practices need to support users' well-being, the chief
executive says at WSJ Tech Live conference.
Bank of New York Mellon's Profit Rises on New Business, Asset Growth
The custody bank's results joined rival State Street in beating
Wall Street's expectations.
Credit Suisse to Pay Fine, Admits Defrauding Investors to Settle Mozambique Charges
The company agreed to pay $475 million and forgive $200 million
Mozambique owes to investors in coordinated settlements with U.S.
and European authorities over loans the bank made in the
SPAC Shareholders Approve Deal That Will Take WeWork Public
Special purpose acquisition company BowX Acquisition said its
shareholders approved the previously announced business combination
with the shared-workspace company.
Omnicom's Revenue Improves as Effects of Pandemic Fade
The ad agency holding company says revenue is growing across
sectors and regions
United Airlines' Profit Dented by Delta Variant
The carrier, whose profit was boosted by federal aid, said the
spread of the highly transmissible strain of Covid-19 slowed flying
during the third quarter but hasn't derailed its recovery.
Brazil's Vale Reports 18.1% Rise in Quarterly Iron-Ore Output
Mining giant Vale said output of iron ore rose in the third
quarter from the previous three months, helped by a seasonal
improvement in the weather in the company's northern operations and
its S11D mine.
'Dave Chappelle Is Welcome on Substack,' CEO Says
Speaking at WSJ Tech Live, Chris Best says that censoring
controversial remarks doesn't work and contradicts free speech.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
October 19, 2021 21:15 ET (01:15 GMT)
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