The Washington Post

“We were forced to write fake reviews for our products ... which came directly from Sunday Riley herself,” the Reddit allegation said. The Federal Trade Commission confirmed it.

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Marketwatch.com

The recent run-up in semiconductor stocks may be finally ending, as Texas Instruments does not call a bottom to the downturn.

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TechCrunch

On November 12 Verizon will begin offering 12 months of Disney+ to all of its new and existing 4gLTE and 5G unlimited wireless customers, the companies said today in a joint statement. It’s a great way for Disney to juice its early subscriber numbers and for …

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CNN

Chipotle is expecting to run out of its popular new meat dish, carne asada, late next month or in early December — but it's not worried, the marinated steak has served its purpose.

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Marketwatch.com

When the music stopped Tuesday afternoon, the CEOs of three large public companies were sitting in new seats.

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The New York Times

The chief executive is expected to testify on Wednesday at a House committee hearing about his company’s cryptocurrency project.

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USA Today

A United Auto Workers picket was struck and killed Tuesday by a driver outside the General Motors plant in Spring Hill amid an ongoing strike.

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Gizmodo.com

Three senators introduced a bill on Tuesday that aims to make it easier for people to get off large social media networks like Facebook and YouTube.

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Marketwatch.com

U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday as investors kept a close eye on a deluge of corporate earnings reports, increased pressure on social media stocks and a new...

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Houstonchronicle.com

The publicly traded real estate company, which owns some of the country’s largest master-planned communities, including several in the Houston area, has named Houstonian Paul Layne as the company’s new CEO.

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CNN

Elizabeth Warren fears Wall Street will use the recent mayhem in overnight lending markets to convince Washington to relax regulations aimed at preventing a repeat of the 2008 crisis.

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The Verge

In its quarterly earnings call, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said Snapchat added users and generated more revenue, but the company is setting its sights on augmented reality to propel it into the future.

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Oilprice.com

The API has once again estimated oil inventories to not only rise but to rise by significantly more than most analysts had expected, adding to the pressure that OPEC is already under to cut production

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Marketwatch.com

IRobot Corp. shares plunged more than 16% in the extended session Tuesday after it beat earnings and revenue expectations but lowered its holiday quarter...

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Vox.com

The United Auto Workers union is trying to persuade its members to approve a tentative deal reached last week with General Motors. If a majority votes for it, then 48,000 workers will end their nearly six-week strike and return to work next week.

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The New York Times

After declaring aducanumab a failure, the manufacturer now says the drug may help slow cognitive decline in certain patients. Some experts are skeptical.

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Robbreport.com

The new jet will have a cabin two feet longer than its nearest competitor, Bombardier’s Global 7500.

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Gizmodo.com

The New York Attorney General’s office has been pursuing Exxon for years for everything from climate denial to fraud. The oil company that made billions while funding climate denial has tried to avoid ending up in court. But despite its best efforts, Exxon we…

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