THE MET LAYS OFF DOZENS MORE WORKERS

The Metropolitan Museum of Art told its staff that it was laying off 79 employees and announced 181 furloughs and 93 voluntary retirements.

FACEBOOK MUST BETTER POLICE ONLINE HATE, STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL SAY

The call from 20 state officials adds to the rising pressure facing Mark Zuckerberg and his company.

 
 
 

WITH TIKTOK MIRED IN UNCERTAINTY, FACEBOOK POUNCES WITH INSTAGRAM REELS

Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, rolled out a new product that lets people create 15-second videos and share them.

GERMAN BANKS PUSH BACK AS AMERICAN INVESTORS SEEK MORE INFLUENCE

A drive by buyout firm Cerberus to force cost cutting at Commerzbank has run into resistance from Berlin.

 
 
 

JAPAN'S LOCKED BORDERS SHAKE THE TRUST OF ITS FOREIGN WORKERS

A pandemic policy that bars re-entry for many permanent and long-term residents has upended many lives and undercut Tokyo's efforts...

DIGITAL REVENUE EXCEEDS PRINT FOR 1ST TIME FOR NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY

The pandemic squeezed advertising for the web as well as print, but subscription growth was the best ever for a quarter.

 
 
 

IS TIKTOK A GOOD BUY? IT DEPENDS ON WHAT'S INCLUDED

TikTok's most valuable assets, a hyper-effective algorithm and a community of popular creators, may not be as easy to acquire as the...

GOLD RALLIES AS GLOBAL MARKETS RISE: LIVE UPDATES

 
 
 

BUSINESS AND RACIAL INEQUALITY: A DISCUSSION

Advocates for racial equality have long pointed out the uneven playing field in the business world. What can companies do to fix it?

BUSINESS INTERRUPTED BY THE PANDEMIC? YOUR INSURANCE IS NO GOOD

Restaurants, sports teams and others are suing their insurers for refusing to pay “business interruption” claims during the coronavirus...

 
 
 

SEE FOR YOURSELF: HOW AIRPLANES ARE CLEANED TODAY

Airlines are fine-tuning their cleaning procedures - where they clean, how frequently and with which tools. This is what the new processes...

SCRAPBOOKING ISN'T JUST FOR WHITE PEOPLE

People of color who craft are done being overlooked as customers and designers.

 
 
 

STAR TECHNOLOGIST WHO CROSSED GOOGLE SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS IN PRISON

Anthony Levandowski, a onetime star Silicon Valley engineer of self-driving cars, had pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets.

FORD'S CHIEF JIM HACKETT TO RETIRE AS COMPANY TRIES TO REGAIN MOMENTUM

 
 
 

DISNEY, STAGGERED BY PANDEMIC, SEES A STREAMING BOOM

The company lost $4.7 billion in the latest quarter, but also reported that Disney+ has about 60.5 million subscribers after nine months...

SOME CATERERS ARE FINDING CREATIVE WAYS TO KEEP THEIR BUSINESSES AFLOAT

 
 
 

ARGENTINA SECURES A DEAL TO RESTRUCTURE $65 BILLION IN DEBT

GOOGLE FACES AN E.U. INVESTIGATION INTO ITS FITBIT ACQUISITION

 
 
 

BP TO STEP UP RENEWABLE INVESTMENT AS IT REPORTS A HUGE LOSS

RECENT COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

 
 
 



A Singaporean tech stock has skyrocketed a world-beating 1,100% since the...

A Singaporean tech stock has skyrocketed a world-beating 1,100% since the start of 2019

Singaporean tech giant Sea's stock has ballooned more than 1,100% since the start of 2019. The astounding gain has raised its market capitalization from about $5 billion to $64... Read more ...

Square surges 16% after reporting quarterly earnings showing a 64% jump in...

Square surges 16% after reporting quarterly earnings showing a 64% jump in revenue

Square released its second quarter earnings results on Tuesday, a day early, after Bloomberg News reported the numbers. The company reported a 64% jump in revenue and a 167%... Read more ...

The Galaxy Tab S7 will bring 5G to Samsung's tablet line

The Galaxy Tab S7 will bring 5G to Samsung's tablet line

Samsung's going all in on 5G. The company was an early adopter for the next-gen wireless technology and has just offered it across the newly announce Galaxy Note 20. Turns out... Read more ...

Consumer spending could regress in the coming months as monthly personal...

Consumer spending could regress in the coming months as monthly personal income growth falls

US consumer spending improved on a monthly basis in May and June, but personal income could plunge as government programs end. And a drop in consumer spending and personal... Read more ...

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't...

Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney, and dozens of other cruise lines won't sail out of the US until at least October 31

An industry group of roughly 60 cruise lines announced on Wednesday that they won't sail from US ports until October 31 at the earliest. This extension from an earlier... Read more ...

ISM Services Index increased to 58.1% in July, Employment Index Declined

ISM Services Index increased to 58.1% in July, Employment Index Declined

The July ISM Services index was at 58.1%, up from 57.1% in June. The employment index decreased to 42.1%, from 43.1%. Note: Above 50 indicates expansion, below 50... Read more ...

US companies added 167,000 in July, badly missing economist forecasts, ADP says

US companies added 167,000 in July, badly missing economist forecasts, ADP says

US private payrolls rose 167,000 in July, a Wednesday report from ADP showed . Economists had expected that private payrolls would rise by 1.2 million in July. The report is a... Read more ...

The US just struck a deal for 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine...

The US just struck a deal for 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine from Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson have entered into an agreement with the U.S. government to provide 100 million doses of its experimental coronavirus vaccine, with the option of 200 million... Read more ...

'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

'Nothing Feels Tangible': Virtual Is New Reality For Grads Starting New Jobs

Job postings for entry-level positions popular with new college grads fell by 73%, compared with before COVID-19 hit. And for the class of 2020 who have landed jobs it's often... Read more ...

Oil jumps 4% to the highest in 5 months after the EIA reports an inventory drop

Oil jumps 4% to the highest in 5 months after the EIA reports an inventory drop

Oil prices rose Wednesday to the highest level since March after the Energy Information Administration reported that crude inventories fell last week by 7.4 million, more than... Read more ...