The latest company with billions in cash on the books to cut jobs? Google parent Alphabet is cutting 12,000 jobs.
Microsoft has announced it plans to lay off 10,000 employees — approximately 5% of its workforce.
Musk headed to court today in a trial over tweets from 2018 in which he floated possibility of taking Tesla private.
Tesla sinking premarket on news that it's cutting prices for some of its vehicles sold in the U.S. by nearly 20%.
NYC Nurses strike is over: More than 7,000 nurses at two hospitals will return to work after reaching tentative deals.
Unemployment rate down to 3.5%, 223,000 net new jobs: Another jobs report so strong even Fox News has to cheerlead.
Meta fined 390 million euros by EU regulators, who found Meta had illegally forced users to accept personalized ads.
U.S. economy grew faster than previously thought in Q3 — final GDP reading for Q3 shows up at an annual pace of 3.2%.
CFPB orders Wells Fargo to pay $3.7 billion for widespread mismanagement of auto loans, mortgages and deposit accounts.
Did not expect to see Fox Business' Stuart Varney going hard against giving gifts to kids on Christmas.
Elon Musk has reportedly stopped paying rent for its San Francisco headquarters or any of its global offices for weeks.
Good inflation report out now: CPI rose just 0.1% in November, up 7.1% year over year. Both below expectations.
"I would like to start by formally stating, under oath: I f*&ked up." —Now-arrested Bankman-Fried's prepped testimony
Nebraska Public Media News got a bird's eye view of the Keystone Pipeline oil spill in northeastern Kansas.
Use of Keystone Pipeline remains paused after last week's spill of an estimated 14,000 barrels of crude oil in Kansas.
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A possible rail strike is coming, as soon as early December. A rail strike could cost the economy $2 billion a day.
Jeff Bezos, for the first time publicly, says he plans to give away the majority of his $120B+ fortune.
Blowout quarterly earnings for ExxonMobil — revenue up to $112 billion, $19.66 billion third-quarter net profit.
BBC anchor Martine Croxall is taken off air after saying she’s “gleeful” Boris Johnson won’t be UK's Prime Minister.