Jennifer Surane, Bloomberg

Jennifer Surane

Bloomberg

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

PayPal Pledges to Cover Employees' Abortion Travel Costs

PayPal Holdings Inc. said it will cover employees’ costs to access abortions if they need to travel to receive such care. The decision followed an abortion ruling earlier this year by the Texas Supreme Court, according to a person familiar with the matter. The court upheld legislation that banned abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can occur as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. → Read More

Russia Faces Urgency to Avoid Default, Sidestep Wall Street With Own Banks

Russia’s race to avoid default just escalated. → Read More

Mastercard to Tie All Employee Bonuses to Meeting ESG Goals

Mastercard Inc. said it’s expanding an earlier push to tie executives’ bonuses to the company’s environmental, social and governance goals. The firm will now link all employees’ compensation to those goals after earlier only doing so for those at the executive vice president level and above, Chief Executive Officer Michael Miebach said in a memo to staff on Tuesday. → Read More

Citi Began Deepening its Russia Retreat Before Ukraine Invasion

Citigroup Inc. began scaling back its operations in Russia weeks before President Vladimir Putin even invaded Ukraine. → Read More

Wall Street Brings Bankers Back to Offices Remade for Hybrid Era

New Manhattan workspaces show how employers are embracing shared setups and the perks of home. → Read More

FBI’s Email System Compromised, Hackers Warn of Cyber Threat

Hackers compromised the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s external email system on Saturday. → Read More

Jane Fraser Has a Plan to Remake Citigroup While Tormenting Rivals

The first woman to lead a top U.S. bank is betting on the wealth business, cutting back global branches, and going slow on the return to offices. → Read More

Citigroup Traders, Bankers Vie to Do Stints at Black-Owned Banks

A bevy of Citigroup Inc. bankers and traders are vying to join a new program that would allow them to spend time working at a Black-owned bank. → Read More

BofA Debuts Crypto Research Team in Latest Wall Street Push

Bank of America Corp. created a new team dedicated to researching cryptocurrencies, marking Wall Street’s latest push to capitalize on investors’ frenzy for digital assets. → Read More

Bank Lobbyists Blast Lawmakers’ Plans for ‘Unbanked’ Americans

The biggest U.S. banks criticized a pair of proposals designed to help consumers who don’t use their services. → Read More

Credit Card Companies Are Bringing Back Huge Points Offers

Banks pulled back after the pandemic, fearful that they would have to eat a bunch of losses. Now they want to be ready when people start traveling again. → Read More

Bank Bosses Want a Return to Office. Underlings Aren’t So Sure

Bank bosses are hoping to leave remote work in the past. → Read More

PayPal Pledges to Reach Net-Zero Greenhouse Emissions by 2040

PayPal Holdings Inc. said it would achieve net-zero greenhouse-gas emissions by 2040 as it looks for ways financial technology can prevent climate change. → Read More

Citi Hires Goldman’s Erika Irish Brown to Lead Diversity Efforts

Citigroup Inc. hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Erika Irish Brown to help oversee efforts to diversify its workforce. → Read More

Booming Blank Check Companies Are the Talk of Reddit and TikTok

Retail investors are pouring money into SPACS, which make it easier for a business to go public. → Read More

Zelle Has Turned Dollar-Starved Venezuela Into a Cashless Test Lab

The money transfer app provides relief from runaway inflation and a worthless currency. → Read More

As Lockdown Lifts, New York City Still Longs for Its Old Self

No city is more important to America’s economy than New York, and none has been hit harder by the coronavirus. “NYC Reopens” examines life in the capital of capitalism as the city takes its first halting steps toward a new normal. → Read More

Your Credit Card Company May Be Asking About Your Job Status

As consumers scramble for financial lifelines, lenders get more cautious. → Read More

Credit Cards Start Offering Lower Limits Amid U.S. Outbreak

(Bloomberg) -- Major U.S. credit-card issuers are starting to lower customer spending limits as the coronavirus pandemic leaves millions of Americans jobless and struggling to keep up on loans.Discover Financial Services just became the largest lender yet to acknowledge it’s begun reining in lines of → Read More

SoftBank-Backed Lender Kabbage Cuts Off Businesses as Cash Needs Mount

Kabbage Inc., an online lender backed by SoftBank Group Corp., cut off credit to its small-business clients in the past week, more than a dozen customers and an employee said in interviews. → Read More