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Companies that were forced to shut down parts of their business due to Covid-19 have seen this summer as a chance to start getting back on track.
PETER NAVARRO: “Joe Biden has got 40 years of sucking up to the Chinese, including the eight years as vice president. And we know about the billion dollars that his son took from the Chinese.” — interview Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”
Call it the COVID Collapse. Global financial markets spiraled into bear market territory in record time thanks to the coronavirus outbreak.
A Wisconsin state agency urged investors Thursday to be on the lookout for scam artists who seek to capitalize on fear and uncertainty, in light of impact of COVID-19 on financial markets.
Even if you've denied location access, apps might be able to infer it through Bluetooth connections. A retail store, for instance, might have Bluetooth beacon trackers to detect people who have its app installed. Now, apps must specially ask for that permission. (There are exceptions when a music app, for instance, wants to stream to headphones you've already paired with the phone.)
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Bombs and other suspicious packages targeting Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama and CNN were intercepted Wednesday in a rash of attacks aimed at prominent Democrats and a cable news network often criticized by political conservatives.
Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk have agreed to pay a total of $40 million and make a series of concessions to settle a government lawsuit alleging Musk duped investors with misleading statements about a proposed buyout of the company.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has asked a federal court to oust Musk as Tesla's chairman and CEO, alleging he committed securities fraud with false statements about plans to take the company private.
Amazon is second U.S. company to reach $1 trillion market value.
Sometimes a single scene is so rich, it could be an entire film. That's the case with stuntman Terry Notary in Ruben Ostlund's "The Square." Notary plays a man who for his performance art, acts like an ape. He's been chosen as the entertainment for a group of well-heeled museum investors, but the interactive bit at a fancy dinner doesn't go as planned as he intimidates and terrorizes the nervous guests.
Kasey Anderson's life story could easily be the makings of a hit country song if he chose to go in that direction. In 2013, the singer/songwri…
Wisconsin Technology Council's president says the move could help companies draw more funding.
The economic roller coaster has given potential home buyers pause in recent years, but record-low mortgage interest rates, distressed home sal…