December 12th 2018
U.S. markets: In light of economic uncertainty, trade relations, and more, it appears U.S. market volatility isn’t going anywhere for a while. Earlier this week, stocks swung in both directions before closing with mixed results.
December 8th 2018
Twenty-four Amazon workers in New Jersey have been hospitalized after a robot accidentally tore a can of bear repellent spray in a warehouse, officials said.
December 6th 2018
A recent report suggests that Facebook gave some companies special access to personal data, while also limiting access to the same user data to squash their competitors.
December 5th 2018
A National Day of Mourning is happening across the country today in honor of the late 41st U.S. President, George H.W. Bush. Even Wall Street is coming to a halt. This last time this occurred was when President Gerald Ford passed away in 2007.
December 4th 2018
Ted Baker’s stock fell 23% in light of recent news that employees signed a petition calling for an end to a hugging policy instituted by it’s founder and CEO. The petition also cited other examples of alleged sexual harassment concerns.