Ex-Tesla president sells shares, Olympics to allow fans, Vivendi sells 10% of UMG

Julie Hyman breaks down Monday’s business headlines, including: Former Tesla President Jerome Guillen selling $274 million worth of shares after exercising stock options, the Tokyo Olympics allowing fans in attendance at events despite COVID health concerns, Vivendi agreeing to sell 10% of Universal Music Group to Ackman’s SPAC ahead of spinning off UMG, and Sweetgreen filling an IPO.

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