Stocks are drifting in early trading on Wall Street Friday, the latest eddies in a week full of erratic swings driven by worries about rising coronavirus counts.
By Stan Choe, Associated Press
The pace of new U.S. fatalities from COVID-19 has been slowing as the pandemic's toll nears a milestone of 100,000 deaths. Still, restrictions are being lifted, and more economic activity is resuming. On Tuesday, the trading floor of the New…
By Stephanie Sy
The world's largest ride-hailing service reached a major milestone Thursday when Uber priced its initial public offering at $45 per share.
By Cathy Bussewitz, Michael Liedtke, Associated Press
The 166-year-old blue jeans company, which owns the Dockers and Denizen brands, previously went public in 1971, but the namesake founder's descendants took it private again in 1985.
By Anne D'Innocenzio, Associated Press
By Alex Veiga, Associated Press
The arrest of a senior Chinese technology executive overshadowed some positive comments on trade from Beijing on Thursday.
By Marley Jay, Associated Press
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 546 points after dropping 831 points Wednesday. The two-day loss of 5.3 percent is the biggest for Dow since February.
The nation's biggest airline, biggest stock exchange and most prominent business newspaper all suffered long online service interruptions on Wednesday. That came just as worries over the vulnerabilities of digital technology were front and center at a congressional hearing. Judy…
The New York Stock Exchange suspended trading abruptly Wednesday. At 11:32 a.m. EDT, all trading came to a stop. A spokeswoman said in a statement that it was due to technical difficulties.
Michael Lewis' "Flash Boys" is reigniting the debate over high-speed trading and what its risks are.
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