1. RFK Jr. to announce running mate. His support is growing, but cash is tight

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr. finished February with just $5 million in his campaign war chest. He is polling well now, but 3rd party candidates tend to fade. By Terry Collins, Suhail Bhat and Karen Weintraub, USA TODAY OAKLAND, Calif. — Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy
  2. Adam Neumann bids over $500 million to buy back WeWork, source says

    (Reuters) -Adam Neumann has submitted a bid of more than $500 million to buy back WeWork, the office-sharing company he co-founded and propelled to a $47 billion valuation before it fell into bankruptcy, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters. It's not clear how Neumann is
  3. Amazon to replace Walgreens in Dow Jones Industrial Average

    By: Noel Randewich and Caroline Valetkevitch (Reuters) -Amazon is set to join the Dow Jones Industrial Average, replacing Walgreens Boots Alliance effective next week, S&P Dow Jones Indices said on Tuesday. Shares of Amazon rose 1.3% in extended trade after the announcement, while
  4. Why America should be celebrating entrepreneurs, not presidents

    By Jonathan Bean, Blaine McCormick It’s Presidents Day again and–in addition to mattress, appliance, and furniture promotions–commentators will be discussing who America’s greatest presidents have been. Harvard historian Arthur Schlesinger, Sr. kicked off this conversation in 1948
  5. Why e.l.f. Beauty’s CFO sees marketing as a growth center

    By Sheryl Estrada Good morning. The first time I sat down with e.l.f. Beauty CFO Mandy Fields a year ago, the beauty company was at 16 consecutive quarters of growth. It's now at 20. I talked with Fields on Tuesday before the company reported its quarterly earnings for the period e