Tesla announced that it bought $1.5 billion in Bitcoin in an SEC filing after its CEO Elon Musk’s repeated promotion of the cryptocurrency. The filing
Undisclosed fees related to coronavirus reparations and personal protective equipment (PPE) may be illegal, the Washington Post reported on Feb. 5. Fees to cover financial damages to
McKinsey and Co., one of the “Big Three” management consulting firms, will pay $573 million as a settlement to numerous states suing over the company’s
The Biden Administration is considering levying executive action to forgive student debt, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in a tweet on Feb. 4.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits has fallen for the third straight week, a good sign for America’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon’s CEO and Founder, Jeff Bezos, announced that he is stepping down in the third quarter of 2021 as the company’s CEO, bringing an end
The team at The Indicator From Planet Money on NPR discusses why consumer confidence is high, despite the ongoing pandemic the U.S. is facing with
On Feb. 3, Spotify’s fourth-quarter financial earnings showed returns higher than initially anticipated. Active users have increased by 27% to include 345 million monthly users,
The White House will increase its weekly vaccine supply to states by some 5% percent for the next three weeks, on top of the 16%
Financial regulators should be cautious of “unduly and prematurely restricting the use of new sources of data” as consumer credit markets evolve to include Artificial