-The Washington Post
Goldman Sachs chief executive David Solomon said Thursday that the bank, one of the largest underwriters of initial public offerings, would not take companies public in the United States and Europe if they do not have at least one diverse board director.
– The Wall Street Journal
Services range from emergency-savings funds and payroll advances to student-loan-repayment support.
– The New York Times
An Amazon SVP pens an op-ed that begins with a memory of a congratulatory phone call in 2018 from Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and is followed by the executive’s view of the company’s role as an employer in a modern economy.
As cities have cracked down on the cashless economy and spurred new conversations about whom it leaves out, some of the biggest names that tried going cashless – Amazon’s automated convenience store Go and salad chain Sweetgreen – have reversed their policies in favor of accepting cash.