The clock is ticking for U.S. stocks.
The clock is ticking for U.S. stocks.
For decades, Wall Street has viewed videogames like most Americans: A fun little diversion from everyday life, but not something to take too seriou...
‘While it’s obvious I’m the one with limited means, the norm is for me to pick up the tab on dates and weekend getaways.’
Season 2 of 'Modern Love' is coming, along with new movies such as 'Val' and 'Annette.'
A private gauge of China's manufacturing activity in July fell to a post-Covid-19 low as heavy floods, a resurgence in Covid cases and power shortages in some cities weighed on output and new orders.
In the 200-meter sprint, the lanes often perceived as the least desirable are actually the fastest.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the House Democratic leaders on Sunday called on the Biden administration to immediately extend the nation's eviction moratorium, calling it a “moral imperative” to prevent Americans from bei...
It's another busy month, with '30 Rock' and 'Friday Night Lights,' the teen rom-coms 'The Kissing Booth 3' and 'He's All That,' the return of Marie Kondo and much more
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng delivered 8,040 vehicles in July. It's a new monthly record for the company.
Oil Search Ltd. said it intends to recommend a new takeover proposal from Santos Ltd. to create an energy company with a market value of more than 22 billion Australian dollars (US$16 billion).
Square Inc.'s surprise release of its quarterly earnings report Sunday was its second-biggest news of the night, behind the announcement that it plans to purchase Australian buy-now pay-later company Afterpay Ltd. in a $29...
The Allianz financial services company is warning that lawsuits brought by U.S. investors against the company could end up having a material impact on its future financial results.
The all-stock transaction brings an installment payment option to Square's Cash App and Seller systems.
Gianmarco Tamberi and Mutaz Barshim of Qatar agreed to the tie Sunday at the Tokyo Games in a competition settled not by clearing the top height but through a subtle nod.
Here's what you need to know to navigate the markets today.
Square Inc. has agreed an all-stock deal worth around $29 billion to acquire Australia’s Afterpay Ltd., an installment-payment company that positions its service as a cheaper and more responsible alternative to a credit ca...
A new form of digital layaway has taken Europe by storm and found some acceptance in the U.S., and the growing handful of rivals in the space are looking to spur more online purchases that Americans pay for over time.
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Numerous areas of the U.S. West and Midwest were under air quality alerts on Sunday as wildfire smoke lingered over much of the country.
A Belarus track sprinter alleged her Olympic team tried to remove her from Japan in a dispute that led to a standoff Sunday evening at Tokyo’s main airport.
“I have NEVER gambled/bet on Hockey, NEVER gambled/bet on a Sharks game, NEVER gambled/bet on any of my games and NEVER thrown a hockey game,” he says on Twitter.
A day after it recorded the most new daily cases since the start of the pandemic, Florida on Sunday broke a previous record for current hospitalizations, as the number of patients in hospitals because of COVID-19 once agai...
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The global lender earned $3.4 billion in the quarter ended June, much higher than the $192 million it reported for the same period last year.
A Belarusian athlete is safe in the hands of authorities here after she resisted her team’s attempts to send her home against her will in the middle of a public dispute, the International Olympic Committee said.
The $1 trillion measure’s fate in the House will be tied to that of a much larger package of Democratic climate and anti-poverty priorities that Republicans oppose.
The Australian installment-payment company, which positions its service as a cheaper and more responsible alternative to a credit card, will be integrated into Square’s Seller and Cash App business units.
Laws and procedures to evict tenants in some Southern states are among the most landlord-friendly in the U.S.
The world’s largest investment funds are descending on Silicon Valley with unprecedented financial force, roiling the once-niche business of tech startup funding and crowding out traditional venture capitalists.
Daniel Pearl’s mother, who has died at age 85, ran a foundation promoting understanding between cultures and hosted Muslim journalists in her home.
Gavin Newsom is paying for the policy failures of Sacramento.
Democrats want an emergency measure to last forever.
The U.S. fingers Tehran for another attack but still wants a nuclear deal.
The press and public will have little time to inspect the details.
Though few have noticed, the central bank is already slowing the growth of the money supply.
The one success of the Arab Spring may not survive its president’s apparent power grab.
YouTube is working to balance competing interests. Government can set clear but flexible rules.
Secretary of State Blinken sides with a fired prosecutor who trampled the law.
Callow youths, sold on the value of a sheepskin, have borrowed small fortunes to attend college. Was it worth it? Will the loans ever be repaid?
Richard Robinson stunned his family by bequeathing his controlling stake in the “Harry Potter” publisher to senior executive Iole Lucchese.
The U.S. joins the U.K. and Israel in accusing Iran of mounting the fatal strike in the Arabian Sea.
The U.S. employment report for July is the focus of this week’s economic indicators.