The New Paper

April 30, 2021

The New Paper Weekly Recap: Business

  • Apple announced plans to invest $430B, add 20k jobs in the US (4/26)
  • SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft docked at the ISS (4/26)
  • Apple released a software update yesterday that requires apps to have users opt into certain kinds of tracking (4/27)
  • Lyft agreed to sell its Level 5 self-driving division to a Toyota subsidiary (4/27)
  • Tesla released Q1 earnings, with quarterly revenue increasing by 74% (4/27)
  • Google and Microsoft reported earnings yesterday, with both companies outpacing analyst expectations for revenue and earnings (4/28)
  • Spotify announced a paid subscription platform for podcasts (4/28)
  • NYC filed a lawsuit against Chipotle (4/29)
  • Apple and Facebook reported earnings, with both tech giants outpacing analyst expectations (4/29)
  • Humana agreed to acquire the remaining 60% of Kindred at Home (4/29)
  • Amazon reported Q1 earnings, with revenue increasing by 44% (4/30)
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