Billionaire Richard Branson took to Twitter on Wednesday as the founder of Virgin Group (VA) celebrated the business culture that he says contributed to his company's success.
"Whether we're selling holidays or mobile phone contracts, we always make sure fun shines through in our products and services, by placing it at the heart of our marketing," Branson said in a linked-to report. "This approach has paid off in dividends for us; because like laughter, fun is infectious."
Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley (MS) also tweeted a report on how global pollution has escalated at such a pace that there will be more plastic in the world's oceans than fish by 2050, and advocated for involvement in the Ocean Recovery Alliance.
And the Federal Reserve also sent out a link to Wednesday's release of its so-called Beige Book, a summary of key economic indicators the central bank releases eight times per year.
The Fed said its 12 districts showed positive gains over late February and into March, highlighted by a modest increase in consumer spending across the majority of the Fed's districts, as well as a general strengthening across U.S. labor markets.