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Gold and silver rise further Wednesday, getting a boost after China said the U.S. had ordered it to close its Houston consulate, marking a further climb in tensions between the two countries and sparking demand for haven a...
U.S. stocks rose slightly at the start of Wednesday’s trade as investors readied for corporate results from major corporations, including Tesla and Microsoft after close, and watched rising Sino-American testiness.
Dow climbs nearly 75 points on gains in Pfizer, McDonald's shares
Pfizer, McDonald's share gains contribute to Dow's nearly 75-point jump
The resort closed a loophole some guests were using to remove their mandatory face masks
The government has put in an order for enough doses of Pfizer and BioNTech experimental Covid-19 vaccine to inoculate nearly every American.
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New research by data firm ForwardKeys shows flight bookings in Europe and the U.S. falling by 99.6% so far in 2020.
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The U.S. dollar fell for the fourth consecutive session, highlighting investor concerns about rising coronavirus cases in many states and aiding a booming rally in precious metals such as gold and silver.
The U.S. has agreed to pay Pfizer and BioNTech nearly $2 billion to secure 100 million doses of their experimental Covid-19 vaccine to provide to Americans free of charge.
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Britain and the U.S. agreed to tighten diplomatic-immunity rules for American staff at a military base in central England, after a British teenager died following a road accident involving the wife of a U.S. diplomat stati...
New York’s top financial regulator filed charges Wednesday against a subsidiary of insurance company First American Financial in the first enforcement action by the regulator under a set of rules requiring banks and other ...
NYPD officers cleared a block-long protest encampment outside City Hall in lower Manhattan, arresting at least seven people. Protesters had been at the site for weeks, calling for the city to defund the police.
Stocks rose despite U.S.-China relations showing signs of further deterioration, and investors questioning whether Congress will reach an agreement on the next stimulus bill before lawmakers start their summer break.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel promoted Wirecard’s Asia expansion plans during a trip to China late last year despite multiple red flags about the company.
New York Times Co. President and CEO Mark Thompson will step down from his positions and Chief Operating Officer Meredith Kopit Levien will succeed him effective Sept. 8.
The U.S. ordered the closure of China’s consulate in Houston in order to protect American intellectual property and private information of U.S. citizens, the State Department said.
Microsoft is facing an antitrust complaint in the European Union over its push into workplace-collaboration software, joining a series of big tech firms under scrutiny on both sides of the Atlantic for allegedly abusing th...
The 54-year-old, who began working at FASB in March to ease the transition, took the helm this month amid mounting challenges for companies involving liquidity, expenses and their workforce, due in part to the coronavirus ...
Stephen Graham Jones says he knew his new book, “The Only Good Indians,” was scary enough when it terrified him writing it.
United Airlines said it would trim more flying this quarter in response to stalling demand and expanded its face-covering requirement to include the airports the carrier services.
From the top of the Empire State Building to the foot of the Statue of Liberty, New York City tourist attractions are reopening, and operators are counting on city residents to keep the flailing industry alive.
Major League Baseball is set to open its pandemic-delayed 2020 season, which promises to be a strange sprint that is still fraught with peril.
New York faces a new test in its fight against the new coronavirus: ensuring travelers from high-risk states don’t undo its progress in driving down infection rates.
Despite the tech company winning its appeal against the European Union, billions of euros in disputed back taxes may need to stay in a loss-making escrow fund a while longer.
While a range of figures from metal prices to trade hint at a stronger rebound than elsewhere, there are still reasons—structural and otherwise—to be skeptical of the scale of China’s second-quarter growth.
A pickup in demand for milk products in China and other parts of Asia has sparked a rebound in global dairy prices, improving the profit outlook for farmers from New Zealand to the U.S.