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PayPal, Aon Partner to Offer Insurance Through Payments Platform

PayPal Holdings Inc. formed a partnership with Aon Plc to offer its small-business customers the ability to shop for and manage their insurance policies using the company’s digital-commerce platform. → Read More

Huntington Bancshares CEO Sees ‘Resiliency’ in Face of Inflation

Huntington Bancshares Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Steinour said there’s enough strength in the U.S. economy to allow it to power through the pandemic and inflation. → Read More

AIG Files for IPO of Retirement Business, Renames It Corebridge

Corebridge plans to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol CRBG. → Read More

Ex-U.S. Bancorp Employee Alleges Racist Lending Practices

A Black loan underwriter who said he was fired due to racism alleges that U.S. Bancorp engaged in redlining -- discriminating against people of color when lending. → Read More

Cross River Bank Acquires Ohanian-Backed Fintech Betterfin

Cross River Bank is deepening its small-business offerings with the purchase of Betterfin, a startup backed by Reddit Inc. co-founder Alexis Ohanian. → Read More

Silicon Valley’s Hottest Money Apps Depend on Old-School Banks

Fintechs use conventional lenders for the mechanics of moving cash. → Read More

Dune Is the Sci-Fi Epic Commodities Traders Have Always Wanted

Spice, spice baby. → Read More

Companies Decide the Time Is Right to Offload Pensions to Insurers

The roaring stock market means plans are fully funded, and by yearend the deals may total $30 billion. → Read More

Massive Oil Spill Washes Up on Southern California’s Beaches

(Bloomberg) -- California beaches in Northern Orange County were closed and wetlands contaminated by a huge oil spill caused by a broken pipeline off the... → Read More

Fauci says US is turning the corner on latest COVID-19 surge

The US is turning the corner on the most recent surge in COVID-19 cases and more people need to get vaccinated to keep infections on a declining trend, infectious disease specialist Anthony Fauci said. → Read More

Wall Street's Transformation in Two Decades Since 9/11 Attacks

New York's financial district has been transformed in the 20 years since the attacks of 9/11 → Read More

‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Installment Plans Are Having a Moment Again

Fintech companies have brought back an old-fashioned way of lending, and now even Apple and Goldman are getting in on the action. → Read More

NYC’s Wiley Concedes After Democratic Primary Called for Adams

Civil rights lawyer and progressive favorite Maya Wiley conceded the race to be New York City’s next mayor on Wednesday, a day after the Democratic primary was called for rival Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. → Read More

Deutsche Bank Says Women Hold Nearly 21% of Top U.S. Roles

Deutsche Bank AG’s female employees in the U.S. represent about 21% of the firm’s top ranks and Black people account for around 5%, according to data released by the bank for the first time Friday. For the U.S. as a whole, 37% of staff are women and 8% are Black. There were no Asian or Latinx employees among senior and executive leadership, even though Asian people represent almost 28% of the… → Read More

Wall Street’s Grip on Secret Harassment Hearings Starts to Crack

Activists seeking to end secret hearings for harassment complaints against banks claimed a victory of sorts last month when they got almost half of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. shareholders to back their proposal. → Read More

CityLab Daily: The Big Dreams of an NYC-to-Boston Bullet Train

Also today: What happens after the plywood comes down, and Canada’s largest cities could ban handguns. → Read More

Public Displays of Affection for Urban Life

U.S. cities ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic are embracing a broader definition of love this year through Valentine’s Day art installations. → Read More

CityLab Daily: City Internet Initiatives That Could Outlast the Pandemic

Also today: Marty Walsh on police reform in Boston, and a building with abolitionist history finally wins landmark status. → Read More

Kudlow Doesn’t See Significant Barriers for Small Business Loans

White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow said he doesn’t see any barriers to the biggest American banks delivering loans to small businesses starting immediately and that there’s a “gigantic” list of banks involved in the process. → Read More

Trump’s Economic Plan Seen Lacking Power to Stem Virus Downturn

President Donald Trump’s proposals to cushion the U.S. economy from the coronavirus’s shock are likely to provide some relief but face an uphill battle to stave off the risk of the nation’s first recession in more than a decade. → Read More