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Bitcoin Mania Helps Fund’s Returns. But Crypto Push Leads to Downgrade - WSJ

Morningstar said the Emerald Advisers fund was taking on too much cryptocurrency risk.

Restaurants Serve Up Signing Bonuses. Higher Pay to Win Back Workers - WSJ

Restaurants from McDonald’s and IHOP to high-end dining are struggling to find enough job applicants to fill thousands of openings.

GameStop’s CEO Is Getting Millions on His Way Out. He’s Not the Only One. - WSJ

The rally in the videogame retailer’s share price has provided an unusual boost in the value of stock awards for departing executives.

How Qatar Airways. With Its Covid-19 Playbook. Dethroned Emirates as Biggest Long-Haul Airline - WSJ

When Covid-19 hobbled the global travel industry. the Gulf carrier added destinations. hired extra staff and kept flying quiet routes to win market share from Emirates.

Tesla. Apple and Amazon Headline a Heavy Earnings Week - WSJ

More than a third of the S&P 500 are expected to report their quarterly results in the coming week. as companies detail how the reopening world is affecting their businesses.

Tesla. Apple and Amazon Headline a Heavy Earnings Week - WSJ

More than a third of the S&P 500 are expected to report their quarterly results in the coming week. as companies detail how the reopening world is affecting their businesses.

SPAC Surge Pumps Up Junk-Bond Market - WSJ

Some SPACs are targeting companies with below-investment-grade credit ratings; not since the dot.com-boom two decades ago has stock-market enthusiasm been hot enough to fuel such activity in debt markets.

TD Ameritrade Wins Legal Battle Over Handling of Investors’ Orders - WSJ

A federal appeals court rejects a proposed class-action lawsuit from investors who accused the brokerage of securities fraud.

How to Have More Police Shootings - WSJ

Conformity today means you can’t be both against police misconduct and against resisting arrest.

Stocks Rise. but Decline for the Week - WSJ

Sentiment wavered this week between concerns about new waves of Covid-19 infections around the world and optimism prompted by promising economic data.

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