The asset management industry has allowed itself a softer interpretation of the EU’s ESG rulebook than was intended by its authors, according to the bloc’s financial markets and services commissioner, Mairead McGuinness.
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.’s green-energy arm expects to post its first green hydrogen revenue within two years and profits by the end of the decade, even though it is yet to break ground on any large-scale projects.
Investors suing PlayAGS Inc., underwriters, and others on behalf of a proposed class can’t proceed with many of their claims stemming from alleged share price inflation, a federal court in Nevada ruled.
US labor board prosecutors have determined that Apple Inc. violated federal law by interrogating and coercing employees in Atlanta, the latest legal salvo over the company’s response to organizing efforts.
PepsiCo Inc. is laying off headquarters workers from its North American snack and beverage units, according to the Wall Street Journal, in a sign that corporate reductions are beginning to extend beyond technology and media companies.