BHP Group (NYSE:BHP) – Anglo American has rejected BHP’s acquisition proposal of $38.88 billion, stating it significantly undervalues the company and its future prospects. The offer of £25.08 per share represented a 31% premium, but Anglo considered it opportunistic. BHP may need to increase its offer by May 22 for a successful deal.

Toyota Motor (NYSE:TM) – Toyota announced a $1.4 billion investment in its Princeton, Indiana facilities to assemble a three-row electric SUV, bringing the total investment to $8 billion and adding 340 jobs. The plant will also house a new lithium-ion battery assembly line.

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) – Key Amazon executives, including Jeff Bezos and Andy Jassy, reportedly destroyed text messages via Signal, hampering the FTC’s antitrust investigation. The lawsuit claims this action hindered the analysis of the company’s business conduct. The FTC is seeking information on executive communications and their message retention instructions.

Rubrik (NYSE:RBRK) – Rubrik’s shares closed up 16%, ending the day at $37 per share, on their New York Stock Exchange debut on Thursday, valuing the cybersecurity company, backed by Microsoft, at $5.6 billion. Rubrik raised $752 million in the IPO. The startup joins others in robust IPOs, driven by hope for a stable economy.

Reddit (NYSE:RDDT) – Reddit reported on Thursday a successful fix of an issue that caused a platform outage for over half an hour. The glitch affected nearly 70,000 users in the US, as well as users in other countries like the UK and India.

Warner Bros Discovery (NASDAQ:WBD) – Warner Bros Discovery is launching Olli, a data platform to optimize ad targeting on cable and digital channels. The data-driven video service aims to reach specific demographics, with trials planned by the Interpublic Group of Companies in the third quarter of this year.

T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) – The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced on Thursday the approval of the acquisition deal of Ka’ena Corp by T-Mobile US, valued at up to $1.35 billion. This deal aims to facilitate the transition of customers and is scheduled to be completed on May 1st. Additionally, T-Mobile plans to invest approximately $950 million in a joint venture with the Swedish investment fund EQT to acquire the fiber network provider Lumos. T-Mobile will invest another $500 million to expand coverage to 3.5 million homes by 2028.

Citigroup (NYSE:C) – About 30 years ago, Citigroup executives, including Donald Mackenzie, Steven Koltes, and Rolly van Rappard, left to found CVC Capital Partners (EU:CVC). Their IPO this week made them big winners, with a fortune of about $4.4 billion, highlighting the successful trajectory of the private equity firm.

BlackRock (NYSE:BLK) – BlackRock is adjusting its wealth management client relationship approach in the U.S., moving a seasoned executive to cultivate ties, particularly in Texas, where it faced environmental criticisms. Michael Lane will lead this effort, aiming to strengthen connections and ease tensions as the company seeks to expand its presence.

CME Group (NASDAQ:CME) – BGC Group, in partnership with major Wall Street banks and traders, challenges the leadership of CME Group. Investing in FMX, valued at $667 million, the platform offers trading in Treasury securities and currencies, aiming to compete with CME.

Cigna (NYSE:CI) – Cigna plans to offer biosimilars of the drug Humira, including high and low concentration versions, through its Accredo pharmacy, providing an affordable alternative for eligible patients in the U.S. starting in June. These biosimilars will have a direct cost reduced to zero, offering an average savings of $3,500 per year for patients.

GSK (NYSE:GSK), Pfizer (NYSE:PFE), BioNTech (NASDAQ:BNTX) – GSK sued Pfizer and BioNTech for patent infringement related to mRNA in their successful Covid-19 vaccines. Pfizer and BioNTech deny the allegations, promising a vigorous defense. The litigation adds to previous disputes over patent royalties between the pharmaceutical companies in the U.S.

Altria Group (NYSE:MO) – Altria is pressing the U.S. FDA to combat illegal vaping products, competing with its NJOY. CEO Billy Gifford argues that the FDA’s approach is insufficient, considering the proliferation of unauthorized e-cigarettes, seen as a public health threat.

Walmart (NYSE:WMT) – Rob Walton, the longest-serving member of Walmart’s board, will retire on June 5th. During his tenure as chairman, sales increased from $44 billion to $648.1 billion. Walmart has named Brian Niccol to replace him on the board. Rob Walton owns 0.09% of the shares, valued at about $420 million.

Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) – Chipotle instructed employees to avoid ordering chicken in their meals due to excessive demand, but now allows them to do so freely again after a week-long restriction. CEO Brian Niccol stated that the chicken supply crisis has been overcome. The previous policy caused controversy among workers.

United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS), FedEx (NYSE:FDX) – UPS and FedEx face challenges in acquiring electric vans in the U.S., crucial for reducing emissions and meeting climate goals. Battery shortages and the bankruptcy of manufacturers complicate the transition. Although California has suspended rules requiring exclusive use of electric vehicles, the challenge persists.

Boeing (NYSE:BA) – Boeing’s credit rating faced new pressure this week, with S&P nearly downgrading it to junk on Thursday. The agency changed its outlook from “stable” to “negative”, highlighting potential delays in cash flow recovery and leadership uncertainties.

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) – Elon Musk is opting to use existing models for more affordable vehicles instead of creating new ones, indicating a more conventional automotive future. The change follows plans filed for a new affordable model. Additionally, according to an SEC document, Drew Baglino, a former Tesla executive, sold approximately $181.5 million in company shares. Baglino, a Tesla veteran since 2006 and former senior vice president, left amid a plan to lay off 10% of the global workforce. He sold 1.1 million shares.

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