ArchiveBusiness 2-25-21Herb Scribner·February 26, 2021· Share Minimum wage hike can’t be part of COVID relief bill, Senate official rules (New York Post) – Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough’s decision dealt a blow to progressives, who had been pushing to include such a provision in the bill. Manhattan Prosecutor Receives Trump Tax Returns After Lengthy Legal Battle (NPR) – A spokesperson for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. confirmed to NPR over email that his office obtained the records on Monday. What Investors Are Watching After the Spike in Treasury Yields (Bloomberg) – Fed intervention, yields too high, buying opportunities. GameStop short-sellers have lost $1.9 billion in just 2 days amid the stock’s latest spike (Business Insider) – Nearly one month after GameStop’s leap to record highs, Reddit traders are boosting the meme stock all over again. Airbnb and DoorDash went public at the same time but see very different paths post-pandemic (CNBC) – For now, both companies continue to face challenges. TikTok To Pay $92 Million To Settle Class-Action Suit Over ‘Theft’ Of Personal Data (NPR) – A TikTok spokesperson said while the company disagrees with the assertions in the lawsuit, the company decided settling the case was in its best interest.