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Southwest Airlines Grounds Itself

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Release Date: 10/11/2021

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey resigns as longtime CTO Parag Agrawal moves into the corner office. Amazon executive Dave Clark says the Everything Store is about to pass UPS and FedEx as the largest delivery service in the U.S. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and we preview our annual holiday tradition!

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Oatly falls well below its IPO price on revenue challenges. WeWork issues its first report as a public company. Mastercard’s predictions for holiday spending next week include big expectations for luxury goods and apparel. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and shares why he thinks physical store retail (and related REITs) will be worth watching.

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