Tag Archives: United Airlines

Financial Daily Dose 7.31.2020 | Top Story: Amazon a Juggernaut?

BY: Juvian Hernandez | July 31, 2020

Amazon a juggernaut? Quarterly sales and profit prove how indispensable tech giants have become to our society. In the midst of a pandemic, Big Tech mostly shows gains. – WSJ Market Snapshot: S&P 500 Index increased 0.3% as of 8:23 a.m. London time; Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index declined 0.3%; 10-year Treasuries fell one basis point to … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 7.9.2020 | Top Story: United Airlines Warns of Layoffs Affecting 40% of Its Workforce This Fall

BY: Michael D. Reif | July 9, 2020

United Airlines is preparing to furlough as many as 36,000 workers—“nearly 40 percent of its global work force”—if the travel industry remains weak as summer turns into fall. The October 1 cuts would coincide with the end of the government’s $25 billion stimulus program for passenger airlines, which “came with restrictions against substantial staffing cuts … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 5.21.2020 | Top Story: Podcaster Joe Rogan Signs Spotify Deal Worth $100M

BY: Michael D. Reif | May 21, 2020

Podcasting megastar (and, for me, “News Radio” jack-of-all-trades) Joe Rogan has signed a multiyear deal to bring his “Joe Rogan Experience” show to Spotify, an agreement that “could be worth more than $100 million based on the podcast’s performance metrics and other factors” – NYTimes and WSJ and Bloomberg and MarketWatch and Mashable The Fed … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 4.21.2020 | Top Story: Oil Prices Dip to Negative as Global Demand Dries Up During Pandemic

BY: Michael D. Reif | April 21, 2020

Monday saw U.S. oil prices take an unprecedented plunge into negative territory, as “concerns grew that storage tanks in the United States were near capacity and unable to hold all the unused code” (with the “bizarre movement . . . exaggerated by a quirk in the way oil prices are set”) – NYTimes and WSJ … Continue reading

Financial Daily Dose 12.06.2019 | Top Story: Aramco Prices Shares at High-end of Range That Would Value Company at $1.7 trillion

BY: Michael D. Reif | December 6, 2019

Saudi Aramco has priced its offering at the high end of its range, setting the company up to raise more than $25 billion and value the company at nearly $1.7 trillion—all part of what promises to make this the world’s biggest IPO ever  – NYTimes and WSJ and Bloomberg and Law360 Jobs Report Friday! Here’s … Continue reading