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Target takes trading cards off of shelves temporarily after violent incident involving a gun
Today 11:40 EDT
Target temporarily takes MLB, NFL, NBA and Pokemon trading cards off of shelves after surge in demand leads to violent incident in store parking lot.
The work-from-anywhere culture of the pandemic is not going away with the vaccine, and that has created an opportunity for small cities to lure new residents.
Here are 3 science-backed tips for creating change in your life, according to a renowned behavioral scientist
Today 11:29 EDT
Change is hard — but it doesn't have to be. Katy Milkman, Wharton professor and author of "How to Change," says science is a key aspect in the pursuit of change. She shares how to identify and overcome...
San Francisco tech companies are sitting on record amounts of empty space and offering perks to lure tenants
Today 11:11 EDT
Dropbox, Airbnb and Salesforce have taken some of the biggest real estate impairments in the tech industry because of vacated space in San Francisco.
House strikes deal on commission to investigate insurrection, with vote expected next week
Today 10:56 EDT
The agreement would set up an independent commission to investigate the failings that allowed a pro-Trump mob to overrun the Capitol.
People in the Philippines are earning cryptocurrency during the pandemic by playing a video game
Today 10:47 EDT
Filipino citizens play video games to supplement income using NFTs, cryptocurrency amid pandemic induced economic downturn.
New CDC mask guidance may spur more Americans to get Covid vaccine, says Dr. Scott Gottlieb
Today 10:39 EDT
Former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC more Americans may go get vaccinated due to the CDC's relaxed mask guidance.
Israel said it is deploying troops to the Gaza frontier ahead of a potential ground invasion of the Hamas-ruled territory amid continued cross-border conflict.
Op-Ed: The promising state of American manufacturing – and what we need for more progress
Today 10:30 EDT
Things are going well for manufacturers, but Washington needs to make sure that progress isn't obstructed, NAM CEO Jay Timmons writes.
The change was made possible because the Nevada Gaming Control Board, which sets the rules for casinos, reacted quickly to update its rules.
Arizona has rapidly become a hub for electric vehicle and self-driving tech, and it's now getting three big new microchip factories amid the global shortage.
Individual tax returns for 2020 are due for most Americans on May 17. Taxpayers need to file by the deadline or they could face penalties
House Republicans elect Trump loyalist Elise Stefanik as conference chair after ousting Liz Cheney
Today 9:28 EDT
The vote for Stefanik came days after House Republicans ousted Rep. Liz Cheney from the role over her opposition to former President Donald Trump.
Travel search site Trivago pivots amid the pandemic to cut costs while expanding its horizons
Today 8:41 EDT
Travel search company Trivago treated the pandemic as an opportunity to slim down and set its sights on offering new products to meet customer demand.
How a chip shortage is battering the automotive industry
Today 8:00 EDT
A shortage of semiconductors is inflicting pain on the automotive industry, forcing companies to cut production and leaving dealers with reduced inventory.
Shirley Chung of 'Top Chef' pivoted her business and became a voice against anti-Asian hate
Today 8:00 EDT
After hearing about anti-Asian hate crimes and experiencing racism at her own restaurant, "Top Chef" finalist Shirley Chung felt a need to speak out.
Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Disney, DoorDash, Snowflake, Fisker & more
Today 7:44 EDT
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include Disney, DoorDash, Snowflake, Fisker, and more.
What to watch today: Stock futures are higher after Wall Street snapped 3-day losing streak
Today 7:44 EDT
Wall Street ended a three-day slump on Thursday, and stocks appear set to build on those gains in the final trading day of the week.
5 things to know before the stock market opens Friday
Today 7:44 EDT
Amazon is planning to hire 10,000 people in the U.K.
Today 7:41 EDT
Greece’s glittering holiday islands reemerge from the shadow of coronavirus lockdowns
Today 7:14 EDT
The Greek government has a message to lure mainly northern Europeans, who are desperate for some warmer weather and a holiday: "All you want is Greece."
Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman is out with a new book on why we all make such bad judgments
Today 7:12 EDT
Kahneman is one of the founding fathers of behavioral economics and author of the seminal work, "Thinking Fast and Slow."
The Irish Health Service Executive said there was a "significant ransomware attack" on its IT systems.
The FAANG stocks have taken a major hit this week, but there could be some comeback kids in the mix. Two traders share their picks.
In its report on first quarter monetary policy, the Chinese central bank focused on how the foundation for the domestic economic recovery is not solid.
Google leads court filing supporting tens of thousands of U.S. visa-holders' ability to work
Today 6:00 EDT
Tech companies that signed onto the brief include Adobe, Amazon, Apple, Electronic Arts, eBay, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal, Reddit, StubHub and Twitter.
The U.K. is preparing to deliver surge vaccinations and testing in areas where the new Covid-19 variant first detected in India is spreading.
Aziz McMahon, a Goldman Sachs executive in London, quit the bank after making a fortune on cryptocurrency.