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Drivers for Elon Musk’s Boring Company are told not to talk about him

The Boring Company, an infrastructure and tunneling venture started by Elon Musk that opened its first underground transportation system in Las Vegas last month, forbids Tesla drivers who ferry passengers…

Twitter closes NYC, San Francisco offices again over Delta variant surge

Twitter is re-closing its New York and San Francisco offices shortly after they reopened, the company said Wednesday. The announcement comes amid a spike in COVID-19 cases due in large…

Could Wall Street and Main Street join to short Robinhood post-IPO?

Could Robinhood’s hotly anticipated IPO make it a short-selling target of both the hedge funds and the “Reddit Rally” retail crowd normally bent on destroying Wall Street? The word on…

Martin Shkreli’s Wu-Tang Clan album likely sold for just $2.2M: Sources

The Wu Tang Clan has helped “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli pay off his debts to Uncle Sam — but just barely. In announcing the sale of Shkreli’s one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan…

Durst employees not vaccinated by Labor Day will be fired: report

The Durst Organization has a tough message for the hundreds of its non-union employees in its corporate offices: Get vaccinated or get fired. The family-run, New York real estate empire…

Twitter begins testing shopping feature on brand profile pages

Twitter will begin allowing businesses to showcase products for sale at the top of their profile page, the social networking company said on Wednesday, as it seeks to grab a…

Morgan Stanley hikes starting pay for junior bankers to $100K

Morgan Stanley said it will start paying six-figure base salaries to its entry-level bankers as a rush of post-pandemic deals and short staffing have spurred crushing workloads. The Wall Street…

Boeing posts first profit in almost 2 years

Boeing on Wednesday posted its first quarterly profit in almost two years, as deliveries of its best-selling 737 MAX jets to airlines gained traction amid a sharp rebound in travel bookings following an increase in global COVID-19 vaccinations.…

Ben & Jerry’s board chair after sales ban: ‘I am not anti-Semitic’

Anuradha Mittal, the chair of Ben & Jerry’s independent board of directors, broke her silence to declare that she’s “not anti-Semitic” after the company announced last week that it will halt sales…

Pfizer sold $7.8B in COVID vaccines in 2Q, predicts more demand

Pfizer sold a staggering $7.8 billion worth of coronavirus jabs during the second quarter — and predicted its profits will continue to explode as the Delta variant spurs fresh demand for…