Hong Kong Security Law Prompts Departure of China Fund Adviser

An American-British member of an advisory body to China’s sovereign-wealth fund has stepped down from her post due to concerns

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U.K. Regulators Suspend Wirecard’s British Operations

U.K. financial regulators froze the British operations of insolvent German payments group, Wirecard AG, in the latest government effort to

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SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Quits Alibaba Board

TOKYO—SoftBank Group Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said he would step down as a director of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba

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Job Anxiety Spills Into Tech Sector

Nearly half of the technology workers at companies world-wide are worried about losing their jobs this year as employers downsize

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CrossFit Founder Greg Glassman Sells Gym Business

Greg Glassman, the founder of CrossFit Inc., is selling his gym business to a technology executive, weeks after Mr. Glassman

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Microsoft CEO Pledges to Back Racial-Justice Efforts Through Promotion, Investment Initiatives

Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Satya Nadella laid out plans to double the number of Black managers and senior leaders in

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Pandemic Raises CIO Role to Next Level

Chief information officers are more important to their chief executives than ever before, as they navigate remote work needs and

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Wirecard’s Former CEO Markus Braun Is Arrested

Wirecard AG’s recently departed chief executive, Markus Braun, was arrested by police, days after the German payments company revealed a

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Sprint’s Old Boss Adds $500 Million Stake in T-Mobile—With Help from SoftBank

Sprint’s former chief executive Marcelo Claure will own another $500 million of T-Mobile US Inc. shares as part of a

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