U.S. equity futures are trading lower ahead of the release of a slew of 1Q earnings, with no fewer than three Dow members – healthcare giants Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble, and property and casualty insurer Travelers – reporting ahead of the opening bell.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Monday passed legislation that would allow banks to provide services to cannabis companies in states where it is legal, a step towards removing what analysts say is a barrier to development of a national industry.
The Facebook co-founders were forced to move out of their previous Palo Alto spot following an incident involving a zip-line tied around a chimney, leading down to the pool — probably awesome; probably not authorized in their lease agreement.
The U.K. government is starting a national-security review of Nvidia Corp.’s $40 billion deal to buy British chip designer Arm from SoftBank Group Corp. , raising a new hurdle for an industry-reshaping proposal facing significant regulatory scrutiny around the world.
A lawmaker from Russia's ruling party floated the idea of banning Zoom on Wednesday after the video conferencing company reportedly told its distributors to stop selling subscriptions to Russian state institutions
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Monday took The Wall Street Journal to task for what he deemed inadequate reporting on a deadly crash involving what authorities believe was a driverless Tesla vehicle near Houston.
United kicked off 2021 with a fifth consecutive quarterly loss of $1.4 billion, though the loss narrowed from $1.7 billion a year ago. On an adjusted basis, the company reported a net loss of $2.4 billion.
President Biden said Thursday that he will travel to Pittsburgh next week to announce details of his multitrillion-dollar infrastructure bill, a sweeping measure that's expected to include funds for roads and bridges, as well as address issues like climate change and income inequality.