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Cineworld To Drop Screens

The cinema chain exits bankruptcy, touts vote-of-confidence and opts to sell European and Israeli assets—but only if the price is right.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Companies Face Tougher Standards

Silicon Valley Bank and other recently collapsed banks all received clean bills of health from outside auditors raising the question of whether accounting standards themselves need to be reformed.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

World Bank: Quick Leadership Turnaround

World Bank President David Malpass—a Trump administration appointee—will soon be replaced by theBiden administration's pick,former Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Energized US Agency Takes On Giants

The FTC is suing to block the merger of Nvidia and Arm as well as the purchase of virtual-reality startup Within by Meta (Facebook).

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

US Imposes New Tax On Buybacks

The excise tax—also meant to prevent corporations from amassing excess capital at the top—is anticipated to raise around $74 billion.