Vice president Mike Pence surveyed the flooding sites in Omaha, Nebraska Tuesday, meeting with first responders amid record flooding as the region braces for even more rain. Agriculture accounts for 20
Apple is rumored to be launching a new streaming service on Monday, stoking the fire of an already-heated field of streaming competitors. Can Apple feasibly compete with the established giants? "Apple
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against major U.S. real estate firms, accused of violating antitrust laws. According to the suit (Moerhl v National Association Realtors (NAR)) – filed in federal
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said it’s time for Attorney General William Barr to take control of his Justice Department. “By outsourcing the role of the Justice Department to Rod Rosenstein, Mr.
Ride-hailing giant Uber is expanding its freight business into Europe. The service connects trucking companies with shippers who have loads to haul. Uber said Wednesday it would launch freight operations
This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. By Chris Konstantinos, Dan Zolet, Rod Smyth and Doug Sandler, RiverFront Investment Management Risks decreasing… but Brexit-related uncertainty here
There are now officially two people in one of the world’s most exclusive clubs: Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos, both of whom have net worths higher than the $100 billion threshold. According to the Bloomberg
The FANG stocks -- the popular acronym encompassing Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix, and Google parent Alphabet -- were all the rage for a few years, as the fast-growing tech companies were among the market's
While most people look upon tax season with dread, scammers see it as a golden opportunity to cheat people out of their hard-earned cash. These fraudsters capitalize on taxpayers' desire for a large refund,
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Mass., called this week for executives from leading tech companies to detail efforts to prevent the sharing of violent videos on their platforms
A Lithuanian man who duped Google and Facebook into transferring over $100 million into accounts he controlled has pleaded guilty to wire fraud. Evaldas Rimasauskas (eh-VAHL'-dahs ree-muh-SOWS'-kuhs) the
Ford Motor Co. is investing billions of dollars in its Michigan plants and planning to hire hundreds of workers to produce the carmaker’s next-generation electric cars and autonomous driving vehicles.
A federal judge is siding with the makers of Dum Dums lollipops in its lawsuit against a rival candy maker. Ohio-based Spangler Candy Co. is suing Tootsie Roll Industries because it says the Chicago-based
Kingsbridge Wealth Management is offering a program that allows home owners to unlock their home equity wealth without taking on new debt. The investment advisor announced that it has committed $100 million
This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. The notion that a U.S.-China trade deal is already priced into the markets may be weighing on the minds of investors as to what the next trigger
From an IT professional's perspective, cloud services are a double-edged sword. On the one side, cloud services can drastically cut the cost and implementation time of even advanced software services these
This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. As China’s Internet market, which is already home to more users than there are people living in the U.S., continues expanding, digital advertising
For the first time in a decade, kale, the popular green leaf cabbage adored by health enthusiasts worldwide, has rejoined the 'Dirty Dozen' list of fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residues.
Filing taxes is pretty straightforward when you work for someone else, but it's more complicated when you're self-employed. You have to set aside money for taxes on your own, keep records of your business
LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May asked for a three-month delay to Brexit on Wednesday to buy time to get her twice-rejected departure deal though parliament, but the request faced
The Food and Drug Administration will soon intensify its efforts to determine how best to legalize cannabidiol (CBD) products and is pushing Congress to pass legislation on the issue to expedite the process.
The U.S. Army is putting a nearly $300,000 price tag on releasing the results of water tests for a dangerous contaminant at its installations. The Army told the Environmental Working Group in a March letter
The union representing Frontier Airlines flight attendants says it has reached a tentative contract deal with the Denver-based budget carrier. The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA said both sides to
President Trump has repeatedly accused tech giants like Facebook and Google of harboring an anti-conservative bias, but that hasn’t prevented his re-election campaign from pouring millions of dollars advertisements
After Suelyn Farel got an email alert that someone had downloaded her entire customer database, she learned that two former employees had conspired to steal from her beauty products company. Farel had
When you lose, change the rules, so next time you might win. That seems to be the Democrats' strategy. Hillary Clinton lost the Electoral College vote. So now there are loud calls to abolish or drastically
You know I'm a fan of good old fashioned generational warfare, because as a Gen X'er I'm sandwiched in between some doozies. Boomers gave birth to millennials, and when an army of AOC's are running things
The Commerce Department has turned in a report to President Trump, which contains – among other things – legal justification for the imposition of auto tariffs on vehicle imports, Politico reported on
China loves to drink tea. But consumers are also enjoying coffee, according to Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson. “Starbucks entered the market two decades ago,” he told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday.