January 8, 2021
September 29, 2023
The Twinkie: From Bankruptcy to Billions
Twinkies have been around for almost a hundred years. During the course of the cake’s history, the company that makes Twinkes went into bankruptcy twice. WSJ’s Jesse Newman explains the strategic changes and snacking trends that led J.M. Smucker to announce it is buying Hostess for $4.6 billion.
September 28, 2023
The Billionaire Keeping TikTok on Your Phone
TikTok had hardly any friends in the U.S. government when, earlier this year, the Biden administration and Congress threatened to ban the Chinese-owned video giant. WSJ’s Stu Woo profiles financier Jeff Yass, who made a big bet on the app and is a top donor to lawmakers opposing a ban.
September 27, 2023
JPMorgan's $75 Million Jeffrey Epstein Settlement
JPMorgan is paying $75 Million to settle a lawsuit accusing the bank of aiding Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking. WSJ’s Dave Benoit delves into the twists and turns revealed during the legal proceedings and discusses what the settlement means for the bank’s reputation.
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