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United Airlines stock tumbles after massive COVID losses

United Airlines’ stock price plunged Thursday after the coronavirus pandemic drove the carrier to its fourth consecutive quarterly loss. United shares dropped as much as...

Google reaches deal to pay French publishers for content

Google has reached a first-of-its-kind agreement to pay French publishers for web content. The search giant and French publishers’ lobby’s deal will pave the...

900,000 filed as COVID-19 crisis continues

Americans filed 900,000 applications for unemployment benefits last week, a signal that layoffs are still going strong as the coronavirus hammers businesses and workers...

Tesla Model 3 car reportedly explodes in China

A Tesla Model 3 sedan exploded this week in a Chinese parking garage, according to local media reports. The car blew up Tuesday evening in...

It’s buying time in the NYC real estate market

Even in today’s historically-worst commercial property market, things are not everywhere and always at their worst. Companies are still moving and growing. Here are...

Stocks hit all-time high, Biden breaks Hoover’s record for gains

US stocks closed at record highs Wednesday as Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president — with the new commander-in-chief setting a record...

Jim Chanos still shorting Tesla, just more cautiously

Jim Chanos still thinks Tesla’s stock is a house of cards, but he’s adjusting his plan to profit from its collapse. The famed short seller...

COVID-driven cleaning routines boost P&G sales forecast again

Procter & Gamble raised its full-year sales forecast for a second time Wednesday as it benefited from sustained coronavirus-driven demand for cleaning products, while also warning...

Jay-Z launches $10M fund for minority-owned pot companies

Jay-Z has started an investment fund to help minority marijuana entrepreneurs break into the booming cannabis business. The Brooklyn-born rapper aims to diversify the legal...

Tyson Foods will pay over $221M to settle some chicken price-fixing claims

Tyson Foods said Wednesday it will pay $221.5 million to settle litigation by three groups of plaintiffs that accused it of illegally conspiring to inflate...

Walmart’s ‘Made in the USA’ claims under fire again

Walmart is once again playing fast and loose with the rules when it comes to labeling goods “Made in the USA,” according to an...

Kroger cuts off donations to Oath Keepers militia group

Enlarge Image An Oath Keeper stands before a group of anti-fascists during a free speech rally at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in...

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Alphabet scraps ‘moonshot’ Loon internet balloon project

Google parent Alphabet has announced that it is letting the air out of its internet-beaming balloon project — the latest of the tech giant’s...

Google threatens to shut off search engine in Australia

Google on Friday threatened to shut off its search engine in Australia if officials there approve a law requiring it to pay news publishers...

I Work In A Coffee Shop In Montana. Anti-Maskers Have Made My Job Hell.

I live in Montana, a red state with a deep core of Trump supporters. While my town has become a trendy mountain destination with...