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Fed Chair Powell says strong job market can reduce U.S. racial inequality

The best way the Federal Reserve can help reduce racial inequality is to return the U.S. labor market to its pre-coronavirus strength, U.S. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said on Tuesday, as he sidestepped questions over whether the Fed itself contributes to the problem.

Breakingviews - Uber’s M&A plans thumped by inflated values

福利网站Food delivery service valuations are decadent. A rush of homebound consumers seeking takeout from the likes of DoorDash and others is boosting the sector to new heights. That puts a damper on deals for Uber Technologies, whose larger business is ride-sharing. But valuations can reverse just as quickly when lockdowns ease for good, putting Uber in a better spot to gobble a rival without price-tag heartburn.

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Goldman Sachs increases COVID-19 federal aid commitment by $250 million

Goldman Sachs Group Inc on Monday pledged an additional $250 million to fund the federal aid program to help businesses hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Norway wealth fund must have wider human rights view when blacklisting firms: commission

Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund could blacklist more companies from its investments, including those that make machine-controlled weapons, if proposals on Monday to modify its mandate are adopted, the head of a government-appointed commission said.

Unilever to invest 1 billion euros in climate change fund over 10 years

Unilever Plc said on Monday it will invest 1 billion euros in a fund to invest in climate change projects and reduce to net zero greenhouse gas emissions from all its products by 2039, 11 years ahead of the Paris Agreement deadline.

Canada's oil patch cuts back climate efforts under pandemic

Canadian oil sands companies have shelved nearly C$2 billion in green initiatives in a cost-cutting drive to weather the coronavirus pandemic, a reversal in some of their commitments to reduce emissions and clean up their dirty-oil image.

Apple, YouTube unveil $100 million funds to support black causes amid U.S. protests

Apple Inc said on Thursday it will increase spending with black-owned suppliers as part of a $100 million racial equity and justice initiative, while Google-owned YouTube said it will spend $100 million to fund black artists.

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