The accounts certainly look traditional, except they also come from a non-banking global brand.
But institutional investors, consumers and other stakeholders could continue to hold companies accountable.
They've been among the most aggressive employers when it comes to bringing workers back into face-to-face contact.
The National Association of Manufacturers is among them, going so far as to call for President Trump's early removal from office.
But if we're in for a double-dip recession, they'll need to set aside billions more than they currently have on hand.
Economists often look to previous elections to model upcoming ones, but 2020 continues to break the mold.
The investment bank wants boards to include more people from chronically underrepresented groups.
It is alleged that the Apple Card offers higher credits to men than it does women — on that basis alone.
Quarterly earnings reports out this week from the major banks including JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America show very, very strong gains. Many companies are benefiting from the changed tax code, but banks are a special case. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.