The Slack Technologies application is displayed on an Apple iPhone in an arranged photograph taken in Arlington, Virginia, on Monday, April 29, 2019. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading on Friday: Slack — The work communications stock cratered after its earnings report, falling roughly 16% on Friday.
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They mow your lawn, walk your dogs, and grill your steaks to perfection. No, they’re not your in-laws, they’re small business owners — drivers of the modern economy. In the U.S., small businesses make up a surprising 99.9% of all employer firms. They provide jobs to over 58 million people. Small business owners face challenges
Image copyright Getty Images Japan’s SoftBank is the latest major company to respond to the protests over the death of George Floyd. The technology giant has launched a $100m (£80m) fund that will invest in companies led by “people of colour”. It comes as executives of firms including Twitter, Bank of America and General Motors
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at a JBS factory in Brazil By Ana Mano SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian labor prosecutors on Wednesday filed a petition with a local court demanding closure of a JBS SA (SA:) chicken plant in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul due to
Wizz Air seeks to boost demand with cheap fares as it warns of long recovery Peggy Hollinger Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing low-cost airlines, warned it did not expect “a positive development” on available capacity or profit margins in 2021, but pledged to stimulate traffic with cut-price fares. The group, one of the