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25 Oct, 2021
Utilizes multiple strategies to handle supply-chain bottlenecks
Forms alliances with Airbus and Phillips 66 for green energy adoption
Revamps with an eye on the future after bankruptcy
Launches a new oral antiviral and announces major acquisition
Acquires MUFG Union bank to become top player in the region
Teams up with Instacart for 30-minute grocery delivery
Growth strong despite easing restrictions
Plans to add crypto assets to balance sheet
FDA full approval and booster dose would raise profits.
Disney adds 15 million subscribers during the quarter.
Intel plans 5 new generations of CPUs chips by 2025, one every year.
Cemex expects cement demand to spike with Biden’s infrastructure plan.
Mercado Libre ties up with BigCommerce for cross-border selling.
Netflix hires a veteran gaming executive, signaling a foray into video games.
A prelude to the space tourism saga
Microsoft launched Windows 11 on the 24th of June, a long due upgrade from the previous version
Partners with BAIC to build driverless cars.
The FDA approved Biogen’s Alzheimer drug, a path breaking but controversial move.
Deere reiterated its focus on agrotech investments, which could prove to be a gamechanger.
Ford outlined ambitions to lead the electric revolution, boosting spending on its electrification efforts by more than a third.
AT&T announced a deal to combine WarnerMedia, its content unit, with Discovery into a new company that could be valued at as much as $150billion.
Boeing received approval from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for a fix of an electrical issue that had grounded 737 Max planes.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sold nearly $2.4 billion worth of the company’s shares as part of a pre arranged trading plan.
The company posted outstanding set of Q1 numbers, including a 110% increase in revenues over last year.
US Regulator allowed resumption of Johnson & Johnson vaccine after initially stopping the rollout earlier this month over concerns regarding potential blood clots.
Chinese regulator imposed a fine of $2.78 Billion on Alibaba, much lower than street expectations, ending months of uncertainty.
Global payments giant announced that it processed one billion contactless payments since the limits were increased in Europe.