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Lawmakers Blast Administration for Tech Shield in Trade Deals A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to r...

Can U.S. Financial Authorities Prevent a Bear Market? The widespread notion persists that central banks hold a large sway over financial markets. No less than the chief economist of a major global bank j...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

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Direct listings: the future according to Goldman Sachs A new approach to going public has so far been tested by only two firms, but the people who did those deals see them as the start of something bigger...

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‘Digital welfare state’: big tech allowed to target and surveil the poor, UN is warned UN’s rapporteur on extreme poverty says in devastating account big tech companies are being allowed to go unregulated in ‘human right free-zones’ and...

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Boston pension votes to fire money manager Fisher, withdrawals surge toward $1 billion The City of Boston's retirement board on Wednesday voted unanimously to end its relationship with money manager Kenneth Fisher, whose firm has lost a...

Fed Votes to Lighten Regulations for All but the Largest Banks Banks including Capital One, U.S. Bancorp, Barclays and Credit Suisse can file ‘living wills,’ which describe how they would wind down in a failure, ...

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Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

VTB bets big on digital VTB has long lagged state-owned rival Sberbank in terms of profitability, but with sanctions limiting access to capital the pressure is on to close t...

Netflix Heads Into Showdown With Slowing Subscriber Growth SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Netflix’s subscriber growth is bogging down even before the leading video streaming service confronts high-powered t...

GM and auto workers union announce deal following 5-week strike General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers announced they had reached a deal Wednesday to end their five-week strike. The walkout was the longest...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

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An Actual Debate Over the Internet’s Favorite Legal Shield Wednesday’s congressional hearing on Section 230 may have been a bit unsettling for techies: a genuinely substantive look at the future of tech platf...

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GM strike pushed US factory output down 0.5% in September U.S. factory output slumped 0.5% in September, as a strike at General Motors caused a steep decline in auto production amid broader struggles for man...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Huawei’s revenue jumps 27 percent as smartphone sales surge Chinese smartphone maker Huawei’s third-quarter revenue jumped 27%, driven by a surge in shipments of smartphones launched before a trade black...

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GM, UAW reach tentative deal to end strike General Motors Co and the United Auto Workers union have reached a tentative deal for a new four-year labor deal, moving the sides closer to ending t...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

For the first time, workers are paying a higher tax rate than investors and owners The proximate cause of the shift was President Trump’s 2017 tax cut, which dramatically slashed taxes on corporate profits and estates, researchers s...

PNC Financial profit tops estimates on higher loan growth PNC Financial posted better-than-expected third quarter results on Wednesday. The company said net interest income rose 1.5% to $2.50 billion, as hig...

Crude Oil Surges Most Since 1991 Gulf War: Was the Drone Attack Really to Blame? On Friday, September 13 -- before the attack on Saudi oil processing -- Commodity Junctures editor Jeffrey Kennedy forecast the move higher in crude ...

'12,000' Asda staff face sack in bitter contract dispute Approximately 12,000 Asda workers are currently facing the sack next month for refusing to sign controversial new contracts, a source has told Sky Ne...

Apple credit card partner calls Apple Card the ‘most successful’ launch ever Of all the new developments at Apple this year that signify just how different a company it is these days when it was once so largely tied to (and re...

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Lawmakers Blast Administration for Tech Shield in Trade Deals A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to r...

A terrible pandemic is killing pigs around the world, and U.S. pork producers fear they could be hit next U.S. authorities have started active preparations in response to the rising threat of an outbreak of African swine fever, which has decimated the Chi...

Regional Lenders Lean on Fees to Fuel Revenue Growth U.S. Bancorp and PNC Financial Services Group, two of the country’s biggest regional lenders, posted profit and revenue that were higher than expecte...

Lawmakers Blast Administration for Tech Shield in Trade Deals A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to r...

Can U.S. Financial Authorities Prevent a Bear Market? The widespread notion persists that central banks hold a large sway over financial markets. No less than the chief economist of a major global bank j...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

Suspicious emailer wages $10K ‘virus’ scam The next time you are tempted to open a suspicious email from someone you don’t know, remember the horror story I am about to tell you. A simple mist...

Direct listings: the future according to Goldman Sachs A new approach to going public has so far been tested by only two firms, but the people who did those deals see them as the start of something bigger...

Lawmakers Blast Administration for Tech Shield in Trade Deals A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to r...

Fed Votes to Lighten Regulations for All but the Largest Banks Banks including Capital One, U.S. Bancorp, Barclays and Credit Suisse can file ‘living wills,’ which describe how they would wind down in a failure, ...

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Libor transition: Surge pricing It was just what the regulators didn’t want: another surge in Sofr just as the timetable for transition away from US dollar Libor enters its critical...

Court Blocks Trump’s Plan to Ease Bird Protections on Oil Lands A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration's plans to ease protections on an iconic western bird's habitat -- and open it to oil and gas ex...

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Dozen Economies Failing In Fiscal Stimulus, Says Report. Where India Stands Monetary policy makers say they're running out of room to cut interest rates, which are already at historic lows, and it's time for their fiscal coun...

Boston pension votes to fire money manager Fisher, withdrawals surge toward $1 billion The City of Boston's retirement board on Wednesday voted unanimously to end its relationship with money manager Kenneth Fisher, whose firm has lost a...

Fed Votes to Lighten Regulations for All but the Largest Banks Banks including Capital One, U.S. Bancorp, Barclays and Credit Suisse can file ‘living wills,’ which describe how they would wind down in a failure, ...

The FCC has finally voted to allow T-Mobile and Sprint to merge T-Mobile and Sprint just got one step closer to merging, after the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve the deal on a party-line vote, ...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

VTB bets big on digital VTB has long lagged state-owned rival Sberbank in terms of profitability, but with sanctions limiting access to capital the pressure is on to close t...

Netflix Heads Into Showdown With Slowing Subscriber Growth SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Netflix’s subscriber growth is bogging down even before the leading video streaming service confronts high-powered t...

GM and auto workers union announce deal following 5-week strike General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers announced they had reached a deal Wednesday to end their five-week strike. The walkout was the longest...

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Andrew Yang turns question on Trump impeachment into a slam against Amazon for hurting retailers "How many of you notice stores closing where you work and live here in Ohio? Raise your hands," Yang asked. A number of retailers across the country ...

Goldman Sachs says it lost $80M on WeWork investment Goldman Sachs said it lost $80 million on its investment in WeWork, helping fuel a 26 percent profit drop at the Wall Street giant. The collapse of W...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

Fidelity criticizes money manager Fisher, who loses Philadelphia as client Fidelity Investments on Tuesday said it was reviewing its relationship with money manager Ken Fisher while Philadelphia's board of pensions terminate...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

Here's why this economist says the 'perfect' tax rate for the rich is 75% The ideal tax rate for the richest 1% of Americans is about 75% — more than twice the current rates, according to the economist advising Sen. Elizabe...

BlackRock's Larry Fink says stocks are 'properly valued' — 'I don't see that many extremes' Fink, who runs the world's largest money manager, says central banks around the world are providing support to markets and financial conditions ...

Goldman Sachs says it lost $80M on WeWork investment Goldman Sachs said it lost $80 million on its investment in WeWork, helping fuel a 26 percent profit drop at the Wall Street giant. The collapse of W...

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Fidelity criticizes money manager Fisher, who loses Philadelphia as client Fidelity Investments on Tuesday said it was reviewing its relationship with money manager Ken Fisher while Philadelphia's board of pensions terminate...

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Direct listings: the future according to Goldman Sachs A new approach to going public has so far been tested by only two firms, but the people who did those deals see them as the start of something bigger...

Here's why this economist says the 'perfect' tax rate for the rich is 75% The ideal tax rate for the richest 1% of Americans is about 75% — more than twice the current rates, according to the economist advising Sen. Elizabe...

Stop the waste: UN food agencies call for action to reduce global hunger With one-third of food produced for human consumption lost or wasted, and millions still going hungry, the UN’s food-related agencies are shining a s...

Huawei’s revenue jumps 27 percent as smartphone sales surge Chinese smartphone maker Huawei’s third-quarter revenue jumped 27%, driven by a surge in shipments of smartphones launched before a trade black...

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GM, UAW reach tentative deal to end strike General Motors Co and the United Auto Workers union have reached a tentative deal for a new four-year labor deal, moving the sides closer to ending t...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

For the first time, workers are paying a higher tax rate than investors and owners The proximate cause of the shift was President Trump’s 2017 tax cut, which dramatically slashed taxes on corporate profits and estates, researchers s...

PNC Financial profit tops estimates on higher loan growth PNC Financial posted better-than-expected third quarter results on Wednesday. The company said net interest income rose 1.5% to $2.50 billion, as hig...

Crude Oil Surges Most Since 1991 Gulf War: Was the Drone Attack Really to Blame? On Friday, September 13 -- before the attack on Saudi oil processing -- Commodity Junctures editor Jeffrey Kennedy forecast the move higher in crude ...

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Apple credit card partner calls Apple Card the ‘most successful’ launch ever Of all the new developments at Apple this year that signify just how different a company it is these days when it was once so largely tied to (and re...

How open banking and bank APIs are boosting fintech growth This is a preview of The Monetization of Open Banking research report from Business Insider Intelligence. Purchase this report. Business Insider Inte...

Lawmakers Blast Administration for Tech Shield in Trade Deals A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to r...

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BlackRock's Larry Fink says stocks are 'properly valued' — 'I don't see that many extremes' Fink, who runs the world's largest money manager, says central banks around the world are providing support to markets and financial conditions ...

Africa cellphone tower company raises more than R5bn in London listing Helios Towers rose 1.8% in London after raising 288 million pounds ($364 million) in a long-delayed share sale that gives investors a foothold in Afr...

Andrew Yang turns question on Trump impeachment into a slam against Amazon for hurting retailers "How many of you notice stores closing where you work and live here in Ohio? Raise your hands," Yang asked. A number of retailers across the country ...

Goldman Sachs says it lost $80M on WeWork investment Goldman Sachs said it lost $80 million on its investment in WeWork, helping fuel a 26 percent profit drop at the Wall Street giant. The collapse of W...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

Fidelity criticizes money manager Fisher, who loses Philadelphia as client Fidelity Investments on Tuesday said it was reviewing its relationship with money manager Ken Fisher while Philadelphia's board of pensions terminate...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

Here's why this economist says the 'perfect' tax rate for the rich is 75% The ideal tax rate for the richest 1% of Americans is about 75% — more than twice the current rates, according to the economist advising Sen. Elizabe...

BlackRock's Larry Fink says stocks are 'properly valued' — 'I don't see that many extremes' Fink, who runs the world's largest money manager, says central banks around the world are providing support to markets and financial conditions ...

Goldman Sachs says it lost $80M on WeWork investment Goldman Sachs said it lost $80 million on its investment in WeWork, helping fuel a 26 percent profit drop at the Wall Street giant. The collapse of W...

Forest Service Backs an End to Limits on Roads in Alaska’s Tongass Forest The Forest Service called lifting all restrictions on roads in Alaska's Tongass National Forest its "preferred option." A final decision is expected ...

Fidelity criticizes money manager Fisher, who loses Philadelphia as client Fidelity Investments on Tuesday said it was reviewing its relationship with money manager Ken Fisher while Philadelphia's board of pensions terminate...

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Here's why this economist says the 'perfect' tax rate for the rich is 75% The ideal tax rate for the richest 1% of Americans is about 75% — more than twice the current rates, according to the economist advising Sen. Elizabe...

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Trade war hits Asian FX Asiamoney ranks the top five counterparties and top three Asian counterparties in 11 different Asian jurisdictions as part of our 41st annual survey ...

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VTB bets big on digital VTB has long lagged state-owned rival Sberbank in terms of profitability, but with sanctions limiting access to capital the pressure is on to close t...

Oil prices fall nearly 2% on China data, trade war jitters Oil prices fell further on Tuesday, after heavy losses in the previous session following two days of weak Chinese data and as investors continued to ...

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UPDATE 3-Mozambique votes in high-stakes election Mozambicans voted on Tuesday in an election that will test a fragile two-month-old peace deal between the ruling Frelimo party and its old civil war ...

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Here are the winners of the Nobel prize in economics and why they won it The Nobel prize in economics was awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for their research and work on tackling global poverty....

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VTB bets big on digital VTB has long lagged state-owned rival Sberbank in terms of profitability, but with sanctions limiting access to capital the pressure is on to close t...

The Should-Be Solution to the Student-Debt Problem Income-driven repayment programs cover eight million borrowers, but they could be helping more if they were simpler and reached the people who needed...

Cyberattacks now cost small companies $200,000 on average, putting many out of business About 43% of cyberattacks are aimed at small businesses. On average, these cost $200,000, putting 60% of these companies out of business in six month...

How Bonds Help You to Forecast Stock Market Volatility Stocks and bonds go together like milk and cookies: When stocks rally, bonds fall -- and vice versa. At least, that's what you often hear in the news...

Ad Giant Wins Over Disney With Big Data Pitch After a “painful” earnings report, the advertising company Publicis trotted out what it knows about consumers in its “most important pitch of the yea...

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The Should-Be Solution to the Student-Debt Problem Income-driven repayment programs cover eight million borrowers, but they could be helping more if they were simpler and reached the people who needed...

BlackRock's Larry Fink says stocks are 'properly valued' — 'I don't see that many extremes' Fink, who runs the world's largest money manager, says central banks around the world are providing support to markets and financial conditions ...

Africa cellphone tower company raises more than R5bn in London listing Helios Towers rose 1.8% in London after raising 288 million pounds ($364 million) in a long-delayed share sale that gives investors a foothold in Afr...

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VTB bets big on digital VTB has long lagged state-owned rival Sberbank in terms of profitability, but with sanctions limiting access to capital the pressure is on to close t...

The Unintended Consequences of Quantitative Easing Quantitative easing aims to inject liquidity into the economy but an unintended consequence is a widening of the bid/ask spread, leading to sluggish ...

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Betsy DeVos busts colleges misusing federal dollars for anti-Semitic social justice curriculum On Sept. 17, the Department of Education published a letter warning the Duke-University of North Carolina Consortium for Middle East Studies that it ...

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Whitney Museum Chooses Curators for Its Next Biennial David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards are paired up for the museum’s next exhibition, in 2021, after a year filled with controversy over the 2019 Bienni...

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There's a theory that stingy millennials are to blame for the sluggish economy Following the financial crisis, millennials are saving more than the Baby Boomers did before them, and this slowdown in spending is hurting the econo...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Whitney Museum Chooses Curators for Its Next Biennial David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards are paired up for the museum’s next exhibition, in 2021, after a year filled with controversy over the 2019 Bienni...

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Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

American billionaires paid less in taxes in 2018 than the working class, analysis shows — and it's another sign that one of the biggest problems in the US is only getting worse Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/WireImage via Getty Images In 2018, billionaires paid 23% of their income in federal, state, and local taxes, while the avera...

'The letter said I would have to wait five years for my pension' Krissy Abbott had to depend on food banks and handouts, when she was expecting to live on her state pension - but her retirement age had changed from...

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Indiabulls Housing Finance's Board To Mull Share Buyback On October 14 The announcement comes a day after Indiabulls Real Estate and Indiabulls Ventures said their boards would discuss share buyback at the October 11 mee...

Prudential to charge higher insurance rates for people who vape — the same as smokers Customers who vape will be classified as smokers instead of nonsmokers when applying for individual insurance policies, Prudential said in an emailed...

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"Throwback" and "Pullback": 2 High-Confidence Price Patterns Worth Knowing Besides Elliott wave patterns, there are other configurations in price charts that you can put to good use. While most of them can be described in te...

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‘They are riding a rubber ducky into alligator-infested waters’ Trump faces a contracting U.S. factory sector, a narrow path to trade victories and investors spooked by recession risks — all before an election yea...

Whitney Museum Chooses Curators for Its Next Biennial David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards are paired up for the museum’s next exhibition, in 2021, after a year filled with controversy over the 2019 Bienni...

Learn to Count Waves Correctly… 4 Minute Clip "Everything that counts can be counted, but not everything that can be counted counts." That's how one Elliott veteran puts it. Meaning, there are so...

Costco quarterly sales miss estimates amid fierce competition Costco Wholesale reported quarterly revenue below Wall Street estimates on Thursday, as the U.S. hypermarket chain struggled to attract shoppers in t...

The lesson from Zuckerberg and Dorsey that inspired 3 students' multimillion-dollar start-up Carousell founder Siu Rui Quek had always been entrepreneurial. But it was a lesson learned in his early twenties from enterprising icons Mark Zucker...

Boeing 737 MAX's Return to Service Faces Further Delays Boeing’s effort to return 737 MAX jets to service has hit a new snag due to heightened European safety concerns about portions of proposed fixes to f...

"Throwback" and "Pullback": 2 High-Confidence Price Patterns Worth Knowing Besides Elliott wave patterns, there are other configurations in price charts that you can put to good use. While most of them can be described in te...

Elizabeth Holmes' lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can't pay them Lawyers representing Elizabeth Holmes in a civil lawsuit against Theranos and Walgreens filed a motion to withdraw representation, saying Holmes has ...

Libor transition: Surge pricing It was just what the regulators didn’t want: another surge in Sofr just as the timetable for transition away from US dollar Libor enters its critical...

Don't look now, but your boss is probably spying on your phone, computer and now at work Gartner study shows firms looking over e-mail, text messages, our eyes and more while we work, to get a sense at how happy and productive we are. ...

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Learn to Count Waves Correctly… 4 Minute Clip "Everything that counts can be counted, but not everything that can be counted counts." That's how one Elliott veteran puts it. Meaning, there are so...

The lesson from Zuckerberg and Dorsey that inspired 3 students' multimillion-dollar start-up Carousell founder Siu Rui Quek had always been entrepreneurial. But it was a lesson learned in his early twenties from enterprising icons Mark Zucker...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

Democrats report little progress on USMCA following Mexico trip A delegation of congressional Democrats reported little progress in advancing the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade following a meeting Tuesday w...

Consulting firm Sionic hires Monahan to run asset servicing unit NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sionic has hired James Monahan from Morgan Stanley to run the consulting firm's new global asset servicing team, according to a....

NBA should not be an 'arm of Chinese censorship' by bowing to pressure, says Sen. Ted Cruz The Republican senator said Beijing often uses "economic coercion" in situations like the NBA fallout to get foreign parties to do business by its pl...

Private equity: The inside story of Equis and its partners’ $800 million bounty When renewables private equity group Equis Energy was sold to GIP for $5 billion – $3.7 billion of it equity – investors walked away with well over d...

Here's how you can quickly raise your credit score and land a small business loan Despite lenders' seeming willingness to grant loan requests, many small business owners are declined, especially those with less-than-stellar cr...

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Betsy DeVos busts colleges misusing federal dollars for anti-Semitic social justice curriculum On Sept. 17, the Department of Education published a letter warning the Duke-University of North Carolina Consortium for Middle East Studies that it ...

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Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

'The letter said I would have to wait five years for my pension' Krissy Abbott had to depend on food banks and handouts, when she was expecting to live on her state pension - but her retirement age had changed from...

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Every major analyst loves SmileDirectClub shares even after IPO tanks Eight major Wall Street firms initiated coverage of SmileDirectClub on Monday with buy ratings, despite the stock being down 36% since its initial pu...

Consulting firm Sionic hires Monahan to run asset servicing unit NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sionic has hired James Monahan from Morgan Stanley to run the consulting firm's new global asset servicing team, according to a....

Elizabeth Holmes' lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can't pay them Lawyers representing Elizabeth Holmes in a civil lawsuit against Theranos and Walgreens filed a motion to withdraw representation, saying Holmes has ...

Consulting firm Sionic hires Monahan to run asset servicing unit NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sionic has hired James Monahan from Morgan Stanley to run the consulting firm's new global asset servicing team, according to a....

Boeing 737 MAX's Return to Service Faces Further Delays Boeing’s effort to return 737 MAX jets to service has hit a new snag due to heightened European safety concerns about portions of proposed fixes to f...

"Throwback" and "Pullback": 2 High-Confidence Price Patterns Worth Knowing Besides Elliott wave patterns, there are other configurations in price charts that you can put to good use. While most of them can be described in te...

Average Weekly Allowance? It’s $30, a New Survey Finds The survey also found that children are putting little aside for savings and instead mostly spending it on things like outings with friends or digita...

‘They are riding a rubber ducky into alligator-infested waters’ Trump faces a contracting U.S. factory sector, a narrow path to trade victories and investors spooked by recession risks — all before an election yea...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Foresight or desperation? The two sides of Deutsche Bank’s equities exit Deutsche Bank’s decision to exit equities but continue with ECM is a startling move, but it reflects the reality of the industry as much as it does t...

Democrats report little progress on USMCA following Mexico trip A delegation of congressional Democrats reported little progress in advancing the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade following a meeting Tuesday w...

‘They are riding a rubber ducky into alligator-infested waters’ Trump faces a contracting U.S. factory sector, a narrow path to trade victories and investors spooked by recession risks — all before an election yea...

Whitney Museum Chooses Curators for Its Next Biennial David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards are paired up for the museum’s next exhibition, in 2021, after a year filled with controversy over the 2019 Bienni...

Humana study reveals $265 billion wasted on health care each year in the US A groundbreaking research study released Monday by Humana reveals $1 out of every $4 spent on health care in the U.S. annually is being wasted, total...

License opposition not aimed at clipping SA Express wings - Airlink Airlink's objection before the International Air Services Council against the granting of an amendment to SA Express's international air services lic...

U.S. Dollar: Expect a "Powerful Move" -- Here's Why You've probably heard about the recent short-term liquidity issues that the Fed had to intervene into. It sounds eerily similar to the 2008 crisis. W...

Stocks hit record again. Is Trump the reason? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Ye...

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Facebook's 20% Stock Implosion Signaled By Insider Selling, But Is It A Buy Now? After Facebook’s stock sank 20% after an earnings miss this past week that caused tremors on Wall Street, does the collapse - for the biggest one-day...

How to know if a pension lump sum is right for you when companies like GE offer one Whether you count yourself among those former GE workers or are have a similar option elsewhere, it's important to weigh the pros and cons befor...

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Global Car Makers' Rough Road in India Ford’s merge-and-retreat deal in India offers a template for how international manufacturers might improve returns in the world’s fourth-largest auto...

Betsy DeVos busts colleges misusing federal dollars for anti-Semitic social justice curriculum On Sept. 17, the Department of Education published a letter warning the Duke-University of North Carolina Consortium for Middle East Studies that it ...

Raytheon enters final development phase for Army's warfare planning tool Raytheon Co. announced the final stage of development for the Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool for the U.S. Army, which is aimed at ma...

See How This One Stock Index Shows a "Global Phenomenon" Sometimes, you can learn about the market's trend from unexpected places. In this video, our Asian-Pacific Opportunity Expert shows you what the pric...

Lyft, Uber, WeWork, and on: From IPO Unicorns to Downed Horses Lyft, Uber, Peloton, WeWork, Endeavor -- the list of "unicorn" startups suffering the dreaded IPO-curse continues, prompting one October 1 Yahoo Fina...

‘They are riding a rubber ducky into alligator-infested waters’ Trump faces a contracting U.S. factory sector, a narrow path to trade victories and investors spooked by recession risks — all before an election yea...

China Masters Political Propaganda for the Instagram Age Leveraging celebrities, the know-how of tech companies and images built for social media, the Communist Party can effectively stir patriotism among t...

Iranian Hackers Target Trump Campaign as Threats to 2020 Mount The news, according to two people with knowledge of the attacks, followed a Microsoft report that said hackers had targeted a campaign, U.S. official...

Sacklers Received as Much as $13 Billion in Profits From Purdue Pharma OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma sent $12 billion or $13 billion in profits to members of the Sackler family who own the company, according to court rec...

How Tim Cook Won Donald Trump's Ear The Apple CEO has—so far—mastered diplomacy with the White House, advocating for his company’s interests, sometimes disagreeing with the president on...

Elizabeth Holmes' lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can't pay them Lawyers representing Elizabeth Holmes in a civil lawsuit against Theranos and Walgreens filed a motion to withdraw representation, saying Holmes has ...

The two words powering Elizabeth Warren's rise and energizing campaign rallies It has become the two-word rallying cry at Sen. Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign events: "Two cents! Two cents!" There are "two-cents" T-shirts...

David Tepper to keep hedge fund alive for a handful of investors, report says The shift of returning Appaloosa Management's capital to investors and converting it to a family office reflects a new era for the hedge fund le...

Here's why NBA players make more money than MLB and NFL athletes — both on and off the court The NFL is one of the biggest and most profitable sports leagues in the United States, yet average player salaries are less than their peers in the M...

How to Spot a 178-Year-Old Firm's Collapse… 2 Years Ago On Sept. 22, Britain's Thomas Cook, the world’s 2nd largest travel agency, collapsed. The 178-year-old brand blamed it on many factors: weather, terr...

See Why This Key Stock Is at a "Very Precarious Juncture" Since the start of this bull market in 2009, the London Stock Exchange Group's stock has done very well: It's up 20x, thank you very much. It's also ...

Investors are getting closer to a climate change tipping point No investor can afford to ignore climate change, but the corporations that emit the most greenhouse gas in the world are behind on plans for a carbon...

Oil edges 0.7% higher after US jobs report eases concerns about the economy Oil prices edged higher on Friday as an increase in U.S. jobs eased some financial market concerns that a slowing global economy could dent oil deman...

Foresight or desperation? The two sides of Deutsche Bank’s equities exit Deutsche Bank’s decision to exit equities but continue with ECM is a startling move, but it reflects the reality of the industry as much as it does t...

Libor transition: Surge pricing It was just what the regulators didn’t want: another surge in Sofr just as the timetable for transition away from US dollar Libor enters its critical...

Is Gold About to Outperform Equities? Gold has outperformed equities over the past year, reversing a trend favoring stocks between 2011 and 2018. Do economic fundamentals favor gold or st...

Trade War to Target Europe Next? Even as the trade war with China remains unresolved after more than a year, Europe could be the next target of US tariffs that could hurt the auto se...

Undercover police officers in theaters as Warner Bros.’ ‘Joker’ opens "Joker" opens on some 4,300 screens this weekend. Warner Bros., theater chains and the New York Police Department are preparing for whatever happens....

Apple sued by app developer for alleged patent infringement, antitrust violation An app developer is accusing Apple of patent infringement and antitrust violations in a new lawsuit filed Friday in Delaware federal court. Blix, the...

Vivid Seats issue has this John Mayer fan singing the blues Dear John: I recently experienced a disheartening situation with Vivid Seats. I purchased two tickets to a John Mayer concert on July 25 at Madison S...

WeWork IPO fail is unique The largest tenant in all of New York City — WeWork, with 5.2 million square feet of space — shelved its plans to go public on Monday, a week after d...

Trump's Medicare reform would expand this tax-free account The move echoes past administration efforts at making tax-advantaged savings accounts — intended to pay for medical expenses — more easily available ...

Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through. With the long-running trade wa...

The startup that snagged R8.8bn from investors including Tencent Udaan, an Indian e-commerce marketplace for businesses, has raised R8.8bn from investors including Tencent, Altimeter Capital, GGV Capital and Citi V...

Unemployment Rate Hits 50-Year Low, But Hiring Slows Amid Slowdown Fears (WASHINGTON) — U.S. employers added a modest 136,000 jobs in September, enough to help lower the unemployment rate to a new five-decade low of ...

Cboe Global Markets Reports September 2019 Trading Volume CHICAGO – October 3, 2019 – Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today reported September m...

Spotting a "Tired" Look in the U.S. Long Bond Many observers of the U.S. government bond market expected "concerns about the global economy" to continue to "fuel" a persistent rally. Those econom...

US weekly jobless claims rise slightly First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, up slightly from the 213,000 claims report...

The White-Collar Job Apocalypse That Didn’t Happen Economists once warned that office jobs in the United States would soon follow factory jobs in moving overseas. New research suggests that jobs may b...

Global private banking debate: PB embraces the modern world Private banks across the world are changing fast, placing greater emphasis than ever on a host of key factors. The best wealth managers are busy boos...

Black and Hispanic unemployment is at a record low The jobless rate for Hispanics hit a record low of 3.9% in September, while African Americans maintained its lowest rate ever, the Labor Department r...

Costco quarterly sales miss estimates amid fierce competition Costco Wholesale reported quarterly revenue below Wall Street estimates on Thursday, as the U.S. hypermarket chain struggled to attract shoppers in t...

Ex-Treasury mandarin Kingman to chair Tesco Bank Sir John Kingman, the former Treasury mandarin who orchestrated the rescue of Britain's banking system during the 2008 crisis, is being lined up as t...

Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports—and Little Progress In 2014, when Silicon Valley companies began disclosing the demographics of their workforces, advocates hoped for change. It hasn't worked out that w...

Stocks sink by more than 500 points as worries about economic growth linger Investors were already taking up defensive positions following a dismal manufacturing report on Tuesday that sent the market to its sharpest loss in ...

iPhone users, beware: 1,370 scam apps might’ve just been uncovered in the App Store Policing a mobile applications marketplace is no easy feat when you’re a tech giant the size of Google or Apple, both of which are constantly f...

Crude oil prices rise early Friday amid supply concerns Oil prices rose early Friday amid supply concerns following reports of smaller-than-expected stocks, and amid reduced expectation of interest rate hi...

Meghan Markle's dad reportedly said he shared her letter with the press after a 'glowing' article misconstrued it Getty Meghan Markle's father told the Mail on Sunday that he shared a letter from his daughter Meghan with the press because he felt a previous artic...

Trade war hits Asian FX Asiamoney ranks the top five counterparties and top three Asian counterparties in 11 different Asian jurisdictions as part of our 41st annual survey ...

A Troubling Sign for U.S. Real Estate Market U.S. housing prices rebounded significantly following the depths of the housing bust. However, worrisome signs are beginning to appear. Take a look a...

See How This One Stock Index Shows a "Global Phenomenon" Sometimes, you can learn about the market's trend from unexpected places. In this video, our Asian-Pacific Opportunity Expert shows you what the pric...

Lyft, Uber, WeWork, and on: From IPO Unicorns to Downed Horses Lyft, Uber, Peloton, WeWork, Endeavor -- the list of "unicorn" startups suffering the dreaded IPO-curse continues, prompting one October 1 Yahoo Fina...

‘They are riding a rubber ducky into alligator-infested waters’ Trump faces a contracting U.S. factory sector, a narrow path to trade victories and investors spooked by recession risks — all before an election yea...

China Masters Political Propaganda for the Instagram Age Leveraging celebrities, the know-how of tech companies and images built for social media, the Communist Party can effectively stir patriotism among t...

Iranian Hackers Target Trump Campaign as Threats to 2020 Mount The news, according to two people with knowledge of the attacks, followed a Microsoft report that said hackers had targeted a campaign, U.S. official...

Sacklers Received as Much as $13 Billion in Profits From Purdue Pharma OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma sent $12 billion or $13 billion in profits to members of the Sackler family who own the company, according to court rec...

How Tim Cook Won Donald Trump's Ear The Apple CEO has—so far—mastered diplomacy with the White House, advocating for his company’s interests, sometimes disagreeing with the president on...

Elizabeth Holmes' lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can't pay them Lawyers representing Elizabeth Holmes in a civil lawsuit against Theranos and Walgreens filed a motion to withdraw representation, saying Holmes has ...

The two words powering Elizabeth Warren's rise and energizing campaign rallies It has become the two-word rallying cry at Sen. Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign events: "Two cents! Two cents!" There are "two-cents" T-shirts...

David Tepper to keep hedge fund alive for a handful of investors, report says The shift of returning Appaloosa Management's capital to investors and converting it to a family office reflects a new era for the hedge fund le...

Here's why NBA players make more money than MLB and NFL athletes — both on and off the court The NFL is one of the biggest and most profitable sports leagues in the United States, yet average player salaries are less than their peers in the M...

How to Spot a 178-Year-Old Firm's Collapse… 2 Years Ago On Sept. 22, Britain's Thomas Cook, the world’s 2nd largest travel agency, collapsed. The 178-year-old brand blamed it on many factors: weather, terr...

See Why This Key Stock Is at a "Very Precarious Juncture" Since the start of this bull market in 2009, the London Stock Exchange Group's stock has done very well: It's up 20x, thank you very much. It's also ...

Investors are getting closer to a climate change tipping point No investor can afford to ignore climate change, but the corporations that emit the most greenhouse gas in the world are behind on plans for a carbon...

Oil edges 0.7% higher after US jobs report eases concerns about the economy Oil prices edged higher on Friday as an increase in U.S. jobs eased some financial market concerns that a slowing global economy could dent oil deman...

Foresight or desperation? The two sides of Deutsche Bank’s equities exit Deutsche Bank’s decision to exit equities but continue with ECM is a startling move, but it reflects the reality of the industry as much as it does t...

Libor transition: Surge pricing It was just what the regulators didn’t want: another surge in Sofr just as the timetable for transition away from US dollar Libor enters its critical...

Is Gold About to Outperform Equities? Gold has outperformed equities over the past year, reversing a trend favoring stocks between 2011 and 2018. Do economic fundamentals favor gold or st...

Trade War to Target Europe Next? Even as the trade war with China remains unresolved after more than a year, Europe could be the next target of US tariffs that could hurt the auto se...

Undercover police officers in theaters as Warner Bros.’ ‘Joker’ opens "Joker" opens on some 4,300 screens this weekend. Warner Bros., theater chains and the New York Police Department are preparing for whatever happens....

Apple sued by app developer for alleged patent infringement, antitrust violation An app developer is accusing Apple of patent infringement and antitrust violations in a new lawsuit filed Friday in Delaware federal court. Blix, the...

Vivid Seats issue has this John Mayer fan singing the blues Dear John: I recently experienced a disheartening situation with Vivid Seats. I purchased two tickets to a John Mayer concert on July 25 at Madison S...

WeWork IPO fail is unique The largest tenant in all of New York City — WeWork, with 5.2 million square feet of space — shelved its plans to go public on Monday, a week after d...