Elon Musk names 3 "unresolved" reasons his $44B Twitter buyout has yet to go through, including debt financing.
Netflix announces “Squid Game” reality competition with a $4.56 million cash prize — the largest in TV history.
Martin Shkreli, former pharma exec known for raising price of life-saving drug by 5,000%, on reaction to 1/6 in prison.
Starbucks founder Howard Schultz says he's reluctantly "embraced" hybrid work because employees demanded it.
Starbucks founder Howard Schultz pushes back against unionization: "We're not abusing our people."
Jennifer Lopez tears up while discussing partnership that will aid Latina entrepreneurs: “This country needs more love."
Ukrainian Pres. Zelenskyy reports economic reset will be “most challenging” because Russia’s blocking the Black Sea.
Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph says he doesn't "see any way for a CEO today to not engage" on political issues.
Honey Pot co-founder & CEO says she couldn’t read the influx of hate towards her product: “It’s not good for a person.”
Deal in peril? Elon Musk in SEC letter accuses Twitter of "actively resisting and thwarting his information rights."
May jobs report from BLS: 390,000 net new jobs added, 3.6% unemployment rate, very close to pre-pandemic low of 3.5%.
300 Entertainment CEO Kevin Liles advocates for rapper Young Thug to be released on bond: “He’s like a son to me.”
"Top Gun: Maverick" starring Tom Cruise breaks domestic box office records, earning $156 million its opening weekend.
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Actress Laverne Cox debuts her own Barbie doll and discusses importance of transgender representation.
The New York Stock Exchange holds a moment of silence for the victims of the Robb Elementary school shooting.
Sherri Shepherd debuts the trailer for her talk show “Sherri,” which is replacing The Wendy Williams Show.
Starbucks announces its withdrawal from all 130 locations in Russia after 15 years of business in the country.