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The aggregate funded ratio of the 100 largest U.S. public pension plans is estimated at 85% as of June, up from 70% in 2020.
Sen. Joe Manchin, a Democrat who's key to his party's economic agenda, said Tuesday it'd be easier to be a Republican --- but that the GOP would be just as unhappy with him.
‘Squid Game’ creator says Netflix success didn’t make him THAT rich: ‘It’s not like Netflix is paying me a bonus’
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Hwang Dong-hyuk says he might have to do a second season to hit a jackpot like ‘Squid Game’s’ winner
How Seth Rogen and Ricky Williams are aiming to succeed in cannabis; ‘People view (Rogen) as an authority’
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Celebrities remain attracted to cannabis with mixed results thus far, but that hasn't stopped movie actor Seth Rogen and NFL star Ricky Williams from seeding entrepreneurial pursuits in the growing...
Shares of United Parcel Service Inc. soared into record territory Tuesday, after the package delivery giant reported third-quarter profit and revenue that rose above expectations, as a 12% rise in...
FDA committee meets on COVID-19 vaccines for young children, and White House outlines new rules for travelers to U.S.
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The global tally of confirmed cases of the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 topped 244 million on Tuesday, as a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee gathered to discuss and vote on...
New home sales soared in September, but is the housing market’s rebound coming to an end?
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Supply-chain disruptions cause some people to panic shop again — but they’re looking beyond toilet paper
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'There's a lot of anxiety around when you realize that you're depending on this supply chain,' said a new mom who's worried about having enough infant formula.
The index of consumer confidence rose to 113.8 in October from a revised 109.8 in the prior month, the Conference Board said Tuesday.
Surging inflation pressures are sparking memories of the “stagflation” of the 1970s. But there are some very big and important differences, economists note.
U.K. plans to hike minimum wage to £9.50. Here’s how that stacks up with what Americans are earning.
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Ahead of the U.K. budget this week, the government announced it would raise the minimum wage for those over 23 years old to £9.50 an hour, which is about a 6.6% hike.
Twitter’s Dorsey warns that hyperinflation is coming. That’s not going to happen — peak inflation has already passed us by
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The low supply and high demand of goods are causing prices to rise. But fiscal headwinds will reduce demand at the same time supply-chain problems are sorted out.
Intel Corp.'s challenges are well documented as the chip giant looks to recover from a series of technological missteps while also investing in a foundry business, but one analyst has fresh concerns...
Trump Media & Technology Group's presentation offers no insight into a business plan and doesn’t even mention a single dollar figure.
Gold futures edge lower, struggle to hold above $1,800
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Gold futures inch lower Tuesday morning, but the precious metal was retaining its perch above $1,800, which it settled at on Monday for the first time since mid September.
UBS Group on Tuesday was on track to finish at its highest level in more than three years as the Swiss banking giant recorded a stronger-than-forecast third-quarter profit.
Five things investors learned about the semiconductor sector from the latest batch of earnings
Today 8:01 EDT
There have been competing narratives for semiconductor companies. It's important for investors to know where their favored names fit in.
Oil prices edge higher on tight supplies
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Long-dated Treasury yields edge lower Tuesday, as investors prepare to sift through a number of data points ahead of next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
Bitcoin, gold or dollar for a rainy day? Here’s what the bosses at Bridgewater, BlackRock, Goldman choose
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Our call of the day looks at what some big Wall Street leaders might be thinking about bitcoin right now, based on their answers to a simple question.
There aren't many billionaires around to ask questions, so CNN International's Richard Quest seized on the opportunity at the Future Investment Initiative Institute gathering in Saudi Arabia.
Companies pledged billions toward racial justice in 2020. Tracking where all the money went is ‘almost impossible.’
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Facebook, Amazon, Google and other companies made big public pledges, but have kept some of the details on the money private.
Snowmobiling social media prankster convicted after breaking into national forest to promote clothing brand
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David Lesh has admitted taunting the National Forest Service with stunts to promote his ski-gear company.
U.S. stock futures pointed to an upbeat start Tuesday, continuing a winning run as investors face an onslaught of corporate earnings.
The annual dead list for models that won't be coming back to the U.S. market for 2022 includes everything from an electric hatchback to a rugged SUV.
Watch out for this scam if you’re buying or selling online
Today 5:04 EDT
If you use Google Voice, be on the alert for this one. Here's how the verification code scam typically works.
Dear Facebook: No one cares about Oculus; give us Instagram revenue!
October 25, 2021
Facebook Inc. is copying the exact playbook from Google and its parent company Alphabet Inc. with its latest diversionary tactic and its sudden focus on the business that Wall Street cares the least...
Why the S&P 500 could continue climbing into year’s end, eclipsing its 21% rally so far in 2021
October 25, 2021
November typically is the strongest month of the year for U.S. stocks --- both since 1950 and over the past decade --- says Ryan Detrick, chief market strategist at LPL Financial.