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Evergrande stays silent on its $83 million dollar bond interest payment, leaving investors in limbo
Today 22:04 EDT
Chinese property developer Evergrande has not said whether it will fulfil its interest payments to investors on its U.S.-dollar bond.
National security expert expects Brian Laundrie’s parents to be 'summoned to a grand jury' momentarily
Today 20:47 EDT
A former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI explains why he thinks Brian Laundrie’s parents will soon be summoned to a grand jury.
As investors reel from Beijing's regulatory crackdown, the fallout in areas like tutoring can be a guide to what went wrong, and where future opportunities lie.
House committee probing Jan. 6 Capitol riot subpoenas four Trump allies, including Mark Meadows and Steve Bannon
Today 20:08 EDT
The House select committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot announced Thursday it issued subpoenas to four of former President Donald Trump's closest allies late Thursday.
Asia-Pacific stocks set for mixed start as investors seek clarity on Evergrande situation
Today 19:41 EDT
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Chinese authorities have told local officials to prepare for a potential demise of developer Evergrande.
U.S. Border Patrol will no longer use horses in Del Rio, Texas after outrage over treatment of Haitian migrants
Today 19:04 EDT
The Biden administration has suspended Border Patrol agents from using horses in Del Rio, Texas amid public outcry over photos showing agents on horseback charging at Haitian migrants trying to cross...
The membership-only warehouse chain said it wants to make sure those items stay on shelves as it copes with supply chain challenges.
Stock futures are flat as major averages set for positive week after two-day rebound
Today 18:03 EDT
The major averages have wiped out the steep losses earlier this week and are on pace to post a winning week.
California law limits quotas, ensures bathroom breaks for Amazon workers: CNBC After Hours
Today 18:03 EDT
CNBC.com's Annie Palmer reports on a new California law that protects warehouse workers' bathroom breaks and limits unsafe quotas from retailers like Amazon.
Lawmakers in New York City passed a series of bills that seek to improve working conditions and set minimum pay for delivery workers.
Abortion providers ask Supreme Court to quickly take up challenge of restrictive Texas law
Today 17:33 EDT
S.B. 8 bans most abortion after as early as six weeks and allows private citizens to sue anyone who "aids or abets" in abortion. It went into effect this month.
The fight over the debt ceiling has the potential to tank the U.S. economy—here's what it means
Today 17:23 EDT
With just one week left for Democrats and Republicans to reach an agreement to allow the government to pay its bills, the possibility of a default is looming.
"China is very much investable," but buyers should tread carefully given its tightly regulated economy, DWS Group's Arne Noack says.
DoorDash's Andy Fang on international expansion and lasting post-pandemic delivery behaviors
Today 16:10 EDT
DoorDash co-founder and CEO Andy Fang on international expansion and post-pandemic delivery behaviors that extend to grocery, alcohol, flowers and so much more.
NIH Director Collins calls Israeli Covid booster data 'impressive,' says it shows tenfold reduction in infections
Today 15:08 EDT
NIH director called Israel's data on Covid-19 booster shots "impressive," saying it shows a tenfold reduction in infection for people who received a third dose.
White House prepares for potential shutdown as leaders grapple with crucial deadlines, Biden agenda
Today 14:53 EDT
The White House on Thursday began to advise federal agencies to prepare for the first government shutdown of the Covid-19 era.
Facebook exec will testify at Senate hearing after report finds Instagram harms teen mental health
Today 14:16 EDT
Facebook agreed to send Antigone Davis, global head of safety, to testify before the Senate Commerce subcommittee on consumer protection on Sept. 30.
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban is bullish on the growth of DeFi, or decentralized finance, applications.
As the calendar winds down, consider these year-end moves to lower your tax bill, regardless of what happens in Congress.
The S&P 500 may be 2% from records despite recent weakness, but some of its components are still well off their own highs.
The Bureau of Land Management projects a 34% chance that Lake Powell's water levels will fall below the minimum level necessary to generate power in 2023.
Southwest Airlines' next CEO says carrier will cut flights next year if staffing falls short
Today 13:29 EDT
This 25-year old tripled her income by quitting her office job to pursue her business full time.
Today 13:24 EDT
FTC Chair Lina Khan outlines new vision for antitrust enforcement, consumer protection
Today 13:19 EDT
Khan has been among the leading voices for more vigorous antitrust enforcement, sparking a movement with her 2017 article, "Amazon's Antitrust Paradox."
The future of work is here, employee burnout needs to go
Today 13:17 EDT
Burnout is an epidemic in the workplace, and more companies are recognizing they need to do something about it.