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The home-sharing app’s quarterly revenue fell 22%, yet still beat rivals. Airbnb’s first results as a listed company show an already solid business. Many startups taking the blank-check route won’t go through their growing pains in private, says @GinaChon. https://t.co/m57qfNFNlx https://t.co/QSNquYIbB8
Fed Chairman Jay Powell’s views on jobs make it easy for President Biden to rehire him when his term ends. The same isn’t true of the Fed’s top cop, Randal Quarles. His exit would potentially saddle banks with sterner capital requirements, says @GinaChon. https://t.co/LIWgxTmLde https://t.co/6tCOIDjgkJ
TikTok has been in deal limbo since Donald Trump declined to approve a proposed 20% stake sale to Oracle and Walmart, to assuage U.S. security concerns. Now Joe Biden’s team is reviewing it. The decision this time should be clearer, says @GinaChon. https://t.co/4LhdQxKh8Q https://t.co/oiF0qZtn95
President-elect Biden’s pick to lead the SEC, Gary Gensler, will be a thorn in the finance industry’s side if he takes over the U.S. watchdog. Tougher enforcement is likely, says @GinaChon https://t.co/rTv9mDzzpr (Corrected: changes Biden’s title. A previous tweet was deleted.) https://t.co/2d7KW1dOA9
Chevron boss Mike Wirth has kicked off a review of the oil major's political donations in light of last week's Capitol siege, he tells @TheRealLSL and @rob1cox. @Chevron has tended to send around 2/3 of its donations to Republicans. #ReutersNext https://t.co/0bNTXHAw4E
Talking to Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg later today. There's still time to sign up. https://t.co/4OBAjxErFG