2021-10-13 22:06:00| Fool.com Headlines
Vistra's management wants to buy back half the stock's market capitalization to boost share price.
2021-10-13 21:54:57| digg
Transgender employees at Netflix are planning a company-wide walkout on October 20 to protest statements about the Dave Chappelle comedy special "The Closer" made by co-CEO Ted Sarandos.
2021-10-13 19:16:29| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Analysis: while the short-term consequences are grim, veteran analysts talk of a wobble rather than a fallChinas decision to build more coal plants is a setback for climate action, but analysts say it could still meet its long-term emission reduction targets and may even have scope to raise its ambition at Cop26 in Glasgow.In recent days, Beijing has announced a buildup of coal capacity to address the most severe power cuts in a decade, which have caused rolling blackouts in half its provinces. Continue reading...
2021-10-13 18:00:59| Fast Company
Companies like Google, Nike, PepsiCo, and Tesla are vocal about reducing their emissions and hitting the Paris Climate goals. But as the Build Back Better Act stalls in Congress, they’re quiet—if not also supporting organizations lobbying to scuttle it. When Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accords in 2017, companies like Google, Nike, Microsoft, and many others quickly made it clear that they thought it was a mistake. “We believe climate change is an urgent issue that demands global action,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella tweeted at the time. But pro-climate companies have been slower to get behind the climate solutions in the Build Back Better Act, the currently pending legislation that would be the biggest step on climate ever taken by the U.S.—and something that climate advocates say should happen now to have a chance of avoiding the worst impacts of climate change.Read Full Story
2021-10-13 12:06:31| BBC News | Business | World Edition
The guidance comes as the UK's biggest commercial port Felixstowe, says the situation is improving.