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Q4 GDP: 2.9% growth, down slightly from Q3, but a stronger-than-expected number to end the year.
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.