Key Words: Dallas Mavericks allowed rampant sexual harassment to fester for years: report

The former president and chief executive of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks sexually harassed multiple female employees for years, according to a report published Tuesday night by Sports Illustrated,

Amazon Prime card has the same pitfalls as every other brick-and-mortar store card

Cardholders will now get 5% cashback when they shop at Whole Foods.

Asia Markets: Asian markets mostly up after down day on Wall Street

Asian stock markets got off to a choppy start on Wednesday, taking cues from the first down day on Wall Street in seven sessions.

Key Words: ‘Fake news’ strikes again, this time targeting Florida school shooting survivors

After vowing to crack down on the spread of “fake news,” social networks are facing a new deluge of misinformation in the wake of last week’s shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 dead, with

Key Words: Jeff Bezos’s latest sideline has lots of people comparing him to a comic-book supervillain

By the way, it’s a 10,000-year thermal clock — embedded in a Texas mountain.

Earnings Watch: Roku earnings: Will results justify soaring valuation?

Roku Inc. stock has been on a rampage since its September trading debut in public markets, leaving analysts wondering how much potential upside remains ahead of its earnings report Wednesday.

Oprah matches Clooneys’ pledge to donate $500,000 for march against gun violence

A number of Hollywood heavyweights, including George Clooney and Oprah Winfrey, announced Tuesday hefty donations to help fund the “March for Our Lives” rally against gun violance that is being

The New York Post: Trump Jr. ‘likes’ tweets undermining credibility of Florida school-shooting survivors

Donald Trump Jr. “liked” a pair of tweets attacking a teen survivor of the mass school shooting in Florida that left 17 people dead — including one that suggests the boy was a fabrication of the

NerdWallet: These 12 Olympic athletes scrimped and saved their way to the top

We talked to athletes competing in the 2018 Games about their money challenges and how they make ends meet.

The Wall Street Journal: Trump moves to ban ‘bump stocks’ after Florida high school massacre

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he is moving to impose new regulations that would ban devices that allow certain firearms to function as rapid-fire “machine guns,” coming off the mass shooting at

The Wall Street Journal: Justice Department creates cybersecurity task force to fight election interference

The Justice Department on Tuesday unveiled a new cybersecurity task force aimed in part at combating threats to the integrity of U.S. elections, as bipartisan pressure mounts in Washington for

Foreign investors cut appetite for Treasurys as U.S. set to flog record level of debt

Foreign investors are pulling back from the U.S. bond market at a crucial time

Key Words: KFC says ‘the colonel is working on’ supply issues in the U.K.

More than 400 locations were closed Tuesday because of chicken-supply issues, according to a Guardian report.

NewsWatch: Dow, S&P 500 snap 6-day win streak; Walmart shares weigh

U.S. stocks snap a six-day winning streak Tuesday with the Dow closing below the 25,000 mark as investors watched climbing bond yields, which could make equities less attractive at current levels.

CryptoWatch: Software update aims to lower costs and transaction speeds in bitcoin market

Coinbase and Bitfinex announced Tuesday they would be introducing a much needed software update.

Trump Today: Trump Today: President calls woman’s allegation of forced kissing ‘false’

President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied he’d forcibly kissed a woman more than a decade ago, as he also urged Pennsylvania Republicans to challenge a newly drawn congressional map and said he was

Stock market rise after election not a bubble, new study says

New research by prominent economist Olivier Blanchard said the rise in stocks since the presidential election in 2016 do not exhibit the classic characteristics of a bubble.

Key Words: Soccer fans in Germany: We don’t like Monday matches

Kickoffs of both halves of RB Leipzig vs. Eintracht match Monday evening in Frankfurt delayed as fans shower the field with tennis balls and other items in protest of the Bundesliga scheduling of a

The Tell: Why the ‘least bullish’ firm on Wall Street is feeling more confident in its tepid outlook

Recent trading activity on Wall Street, which resulted in the strongest week for the major indexes in years, no doubt has some investors breathing a sigh of relief. But while stocks have recovered