Companies that enjoyed huge growth during the pandemic have started to lay off some workers as interest rates rise and the economy cools.
In the West Virginia case, the federal judge ruled that three drug distributors are not responsible for paying to clean up the addiction crisis. It's a major victory for the drug industry.
Tesla, JPMorgan, Netflix, Redfin and Coinbase are among companies that are cutting jobs. While layoffs are contained to the hottest parts of the economy, there's fear they could spread elsewhere.
Amid the Russia-Ukraine war, COVID-induced supply chain issues and supplier price gouging, inflation is rising in Europe. Consumer price inflation in the Euro zone hit a record high last month.
The clock ran out on Russia's payments. But there's a twist: Russia does not consider itself in default because the country has the money, just its payments have been blocked by Western sanctions.
Russia appears to have defaulted on debt for the first time in over a century. But it does not consider itself in default because its payments have been blocked by Western sanctions.
YouTubers Kelsey MacDermaid and Becky Wright – better known as The Sorry Girls – have always had an affinity for production. When they met as film students back in 2010, little did they know that the
Federal Reserve Chairman Powell answers questions from a Senate committee Wednesday. He's sure to be asked about inflation and possible fallout from the Fed's efforts to bring prices under control.
A new analysis commissioned by DARPA quantifies how the decentralized tech that runs the currency system could be compromised.
New U.S. legislation will force companies to prove that goods imported from the Chinese region Xinjiang > are not made with forced labor. Experts say proving this is nearly impossible.
Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban was one of the very first guests on How I Built This, way back in 2016. Mark has been founding and investing in startups for decades, but he’s never put his name on a co
Skyrocketing gas prices in Colorado have people changing their spending and commuting habits. The record prices are forcing some to reevaluate summer travel plans.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Antigone Davis, global head of safety at Meta, about company changes that will address problems with the way teenagers use its platforms.
After one CEO warned of an economic downturn that will be like a hurricane, other chief executives suggest the debate over the likelihood of a recession is a tempest in a teapot.
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