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Crude oil’s worst week in two years drags down energy company stocks (NYSEARCA:XLE)

SlavkoSereda/iStock via Getty Images Energy (NYSEARCA:XLE) slumped near the bottom of the week’s S&P sector standings, as crude oil prices posted their largest one-week percentage loss in nearly two years. The volatile week left front-month crude plunging 12.8% for U.S. WTI (CL1:COM) to $99.27/bbl and 11.1% for Brent (CO1:COM) to $104.39/bbl, the biggest weekly percentage […]

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Diversity and inclusion is a global challenge, and that’s what makes it so hard

Diversity and inclusion is a global challenge, and that’s what makes it so hard | Fortune You need to enable JavaScript to view this site.

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These are JPMorgan’s top stock picks for April

A background-screening company and three other names were added to analysts' monthly top stock picks.

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Facebook bug mishap proves it’s too big to manage

Facebook bug mishap proves it’s too big to manage | Fortune You need to enable JavaScript to view this site.

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Tinder CEO Renate Nyborg is rebuilding the dating app for Gen Z

Tinder CEO Renate Nyborg is rebuilding the dating app for Gen Z | Fortune You need to enable JavaScript to view this site.

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Toshiba shares surge after biggest shareholder backs Bain buyout plan

Shares in Toshiba rose by more than 6 per cent on Friday after Bain Capital secured the backing of the company’s largest shareholder and opened talks with other investors on a potential deal to take the 140-year-old Japanese conglomerate private. The US private equity firm is expected to be in a position to submit a […]

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U.S. urged to toughen protections for women in temporary work programs By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A woman carries shopping bags as she walks near the U.S.-Mexico border during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in San Diego, California, U.S., April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Blake MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The U.S. government should take stronger action to fight discrimination and sexual harrassment in temporary work programs […]

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CF Industries CEO sees expanded exports to Latin America to fight shortfalls (NYSE:CF)

iamporpla/iStock via Getty Images CF Industries (NYSE:CF) Tony Will said Thursday that the company plans to increase overseas shipments to regions plagued by fertilizer shortages, including Latin America, as supplies slow from Russia. Amid fears of global fertilizer shortages, “we seriously need to look at doing significant exports to Latin America to make up for […]

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Russians hand control of Chernobyl nuclear plant back to Ukraine, IAEA says

A shelter construction covers the exploded reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear plant, in Chernobyl, Ukraine, on April 27, 2021. Efrem Lukatsky | AP Russian troops that took over the Chornobyl nuclear power plant last month have transferred control back to Ukraine, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Thursday, citing information from Ukraine. Multiple convoys of […]

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MacKenzie Scott weighs tradeoff between privacy and transparency

MacKenzie Scott weighs tradeoff between privacy and transparency | Fortune You need to enable JavaScript to view this site.

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