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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.

SPAC Surge Pumps Up Junk-Bond Market - WSJ

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

Greensill’s Australian Parent Placed Into Liquidation - WSJ

The Australian parent of Greensill was placed into liquidation following a meeting of creditors owed nearly $1.33 billion when the supply-chain finance business became insolvent .

Blackstone Notches Record $1.75 Billion Profit as Growth Strategy Pays Off - WSJ

The firm’s private-equity portfolio far outpaced the S&P 500 during the first quarter.

Hartford CEO Surprised by Chubb Proposal; Board Has Now Rejected Three - WSJ

Hartford CEO Christopher Swift said each of Chubb’s proposals has been evaluated and unanimously rejected by the insurer’s board.

Private-Equity Firms Regain Taste for Giant Buyouts - WSJ

Leveraged buyout bids measuring in the double-digit billions. a relative rarity since the financial crisis. have been showing signs of a comeback lately.

Energy Giants Ditch Oil and Coal Projects. Smaller Rivals Want Them. - WSJ

BP. Rio Tinto and others are selling the projects for financial and environmental reasons. in a possible boon for those companies that want to double down on fossil fuels.

T-Mobile’s Former Chief Collected $137 Million After Clinching Sprint Takeover - WSJ

Much of the payment to John Legere hinged on the carrier’s consummation of its merger with Sprint. which has been a boon to investors.

Canadian National Makes $30 Billion Topping Bid for Kansas City Southern - WSJ

The offer is likely to kick off a bidding war for a railroad operator that has already agreed to a sale to another Canadian rival.

Regulator Bars Former Goldman Analyst for Insider Trading - WSJ

Finra says Brian Maguire bought shares in two companies after finding out about another analyst’s upgrade.

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