Imani Moise

U.S. Banking Correspondent, Reuters

Location icon United States of America

Imani Moise business reporter currently focusing on Bank of America and Wells Fargo.

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WSJ
08/19/2016
Scheming Buffalo Herd Roams Amok at Grand Canyon

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Hybrid bison breed evades hunters and refuses to relocate while laying waste to park resources; the 'bison catnip' strategy NORTH RIM OF THE GRAND CANYON-Grand Canyon National Park has become the home where the hybrid buffalo roam.

WSJ
Why the Teen Summer Job Is Disappearing

A retail-industry shakeout has made hourly jobs at chain stores hard to come by this spring, leading teens to get creative or opt out amid increased emphasis on extracurriculars.

WSJ
07/14/2016
Regulators, Industry Debate How Many It Takes to Run a Train

In an age of driverless trucks, does a train need a two-man crew? On Friday, regulators, industry representatives, unions and politicians will argue what's become one of the most contentious issues in the rail industry: whether the Federal Railroad Administration should mandate that trains have a minimum crew size.

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Emmy Telecast Matches All-Time Low Ratings

Emmy viewership was essentially flat this year after hitting a new low in 2016, as the award show continued to compete for eyeballs with "Sunday Night Football.'"

WSJ
10/06/2016
Bed Bath Tries to Move Beyond the Coupon

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. is attempting to go beyond those big paper coupons that are stuffed in mailboxes across the country. Instead, the home-goods retailer is testing a membership model that for $29 a year offers a 20% discount on all purchases and free shipping.

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DSW Abandons E-commerce Start-Up Ebuys

Shoe retailer DSW Inc. is shuttering its Ebuys business, calling it quits on an e-commerce company it bought for $62.5 million just two years ago.

WSJ
03/15/2018
Rihanna Tells Fans to Throw Snapchat Away. Shares Fall.

Pop star Rihanna erased about $800 million of 's market value Thursday with one post to a social media account, becoming the latest celebrity to sink the stock. Shares of the Snapchat parent dropped 3.6% to close at $17.20 after the singer slammed the app for approving an advertisement that appeared to joke about domestic violence.

WSJ
10/03/2016
Meet the Billionaire Behind the New Bass Pro/Cabela's Empire

John Morris started selling lures and bait out of the back of his father's liquor store in Springfield, Mo., in the early 1970s because he was dissatisfied with the tackle sold at nearby shops. He turned that small business into a chain of nearly 100 Bass Pro Shops megastores with roughly 20,000 workers, and made himself into one of America's richest men along the way.