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Cryptos have extended their decline following a weekend that saw bitcoin slip below $35,000. Wall Street Journal markets editor Quentin Webb tells WSJ What's News... [Read More]
There were 461 felonious assaults, eight murders and eight rapes in the city's subway system last year, which all rose from 2020 levels, according to... [Read More]
After much clamor from activist investors, the department store chain actually has some suitors lining up. It shouldn't settle for a lowball offer. [Read More]
The Supreme Court said that employers must regularly review their retirement offerings, unanimously ruling for Northwestern University employees who argued its defined-contribution plan offered a... [Read More]
Seven Virginia school boards sued Gov. Glenn Youngkin for making mask-wearing in pre-K-12 schools optional, alleging the executive order oversteps boards' constitutional authority. [Read More]
Jury selection was scheduled to begin Monday in Manhattan federal court. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff said he was postponing the trial until Feb 3. [Read More]
Declines in the S&P 500, oil and cryptocurrencies signaled that the market's bruising start to the year is set to continue, as investors prepared... [Read More]
The company tracks people's movements using information from its search engine, Maps app, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth services even after users turn off location tracking, a... [Read More]
Kansas City's win over Buffalo was immediately hailed as an epic. It also sparked controversy over overtime rules when the flip of a coin helped... [Read More]
For decades, scientists have predicted that nanotechnology would change our world. It may already have. As microchips have gotten smaller, the machines used to scale... [Read More]
In 2021, the Reddit forum WallStreetBets helped power the meme stock craze that sent AMC and GameStop soaring. Now, as those stocks struggle, the community... [Read More]
The nation has struggled to maintain a sense of stability since it became an independent country in 1991, and has been at war since 2014.... [Read More]
The detention follows a wave of street protests against the government's failure to stem the advance of Islamist militants in the north of the West... [Read More]
Chairman Gary Gensler said the agency wants to improve the resiliency of the financial sector against online attacks. [Read More]
The U.S. saw a pullback in services and manufacturing growth, while services sectors in Europe, Asia also felt an impact from the new Covid-19 variant. [Read More]
Blame flies over the wrappers, empty bottles and piles of uncollected garbage bags littering the famed landscape of churches, fountains and ornate palazzi. [Read More]
Declines in the S&P 500, oil and cryptocurrencies signaled that the market's bruising start to the year is set to continue, as investors prepared... [Read More]
The penthouse would be the highest-priced condo ever to sell in the city if it gets its price... [Read More]
Peloton Interactive shares rose after The Wall Street Journal reported Blackwells Capital wants the company to fire its chief executive and explore a sale. [Read More]
The company still tracks people's movements using information from its search engine, Maps app, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth services, a lawsuit filed by Washington, D.C., alleges.... [Read More]
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