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JPMorgan Chase treated indicted employees better than an executive who cooperated with federal investigators, according to a lawsuit. Commodities trader Donald Turnbull claims in court papers he was abruptly canned from the bank’s precious metals trading group as soon as JPMorgan execs discovered the extent of his cooperation with the U.S. Department of Justice. Ultimately,...
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Big Apple restaurants can only serve half their pre-pandemic indoor capacity — and yet they still don’t have enough help to make it work. Eateries are getting crushed by a shortage of workers both in kitchens and on the floor despite sky high unemployment and a growing vaccination effort. It’s part of the national hiring...
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Morgan Stanley lost nearly $1 billion from the collapse of family office Archegos Capital Management, the bank said Friday, muddying its 150 percent jump in first-quarter profit that was powered by a boom in trading and deal-making. Morgan Stanley was one of several banks that had exposure to Archegos, which defaulted on margin calls late last month and triggered...
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Disneyland fans who have been waiting over a year for the popular theme park to reopen are being forced to wait hours to snag a ticket online as demand heats up. The Anaheim, Calif.-based park started selling tickets again on Thursday ahead of its planned April 30 reopening. But within a few hours of the...
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A company that owns a single deli in south New Jersey became worth more than $100 million on the stock market in recent months — marking the latest oddity of the “meme stock” era. Hometown International Inc. amassed the meaty valuation even though its sole business engine is Your Hometown Deli, a “home-style” eatery in...
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The video game maker behind the popular “Final Fantasy” and “Kingdom Hearts” franchises shot down reports that it’s up for sale on Friday after the chatter sent its stock price soaring. Japanese gaming giant Square Enix tried to quash the rumors following a Bloomberg Japan report that said it had received interest from potential buyers....
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FedEx is reportedly examining a policy barring workers from carrying their cellphones on the job after a deadly mass shooting at one of the company’s Indianapolis facilities. The shipping giant told Insider it was reevaluating the ban amid concerns that the policy made it harder for workers at the warehouse to contact their families after...
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Dogecoin has doubled from its Wednesday morning rally to reach prices of more than $0.30 Thursday night. The dog meme-inspired cryptocurrency — that began as a joke — is up 400 percent over the past week, according to Coindesk. The surge came a day after Wednesday’s stock market debut for the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, which...
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This bizarre, New Age saga of a Swedish mattress maker just got weirder. Staffers at a swanky retail chain that sells Hästens luxury beds and mattresses put a positive spin on an explosive lawsuit that accused the mattress maker’s kooky CEO of subjecting underlings to “mind control” and grading them based on their “vibrations and frequencies,” The Post has learned. Honchos at The...
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ViacomCBS has tapped two media executives to oversee its unit responsible for shows like “60 Minutes” and “CBS This Morning” with Gayle King. The owner of MTV and Nickelodeon named Hearst executive Neeraj Khemlani and former ABC exec Wendy McMahon as co-presidents of CBS News, taking over from current division president Susan Zirinsky after just two...
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