• Five Clues to Where the UAW Strike Is Headed Next - The Wall Street Journal

    Christina Rogers, Nora Eckert, Ryan Felton, Sean McLain, Mike Colias

    Carmakers face an escalating fight. Here’s what to watch for in the negotiations.

  • Russia's Diesel Exports Ban Is Risky for Moscow and World Alike - Bloomberg



  • Thousands of mattresses sold at Costco recalled over mold - CBS Evening News


    About 48,000 mattresses sold exclusively at Costco have been recalled due to the risk of mold exposure, according to the U.S. Consumer Product and Safety Com...

  • Lachlan Murdoch will be fully in charge of Fox. Will viewers notice? - The Washington Post

    Jeremy Barr

    When Rupert Murdoch hands over the reins of the family media empire to his son Lachlan, it’s unlikely that viewers of Fox News will notice much difference.

  • Striking UAW members fight man outside Stellantis plant claiming he yelled racial slurs - FOX 2 Detroit

    Jessica Dupnack

    The incident - caught on video as SkyFOX helicopter cameras were rolling - unfolded with the man stopping his SUV and getting into a verbal confrontation with a group of UAW members.

  • Amazon hiring 1000 employees in Gates and Rochester -- but how much are they paying? - News10NBC

    David Wheeler

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. — People in suits lined up behind folks in sweatpants at Amazon’s hiring event in Gates on Friday. In a crowded community center with a line out the door, hundreds put their hat in the ring to work in one of Amazon’s three local warehouses. Ma…

  • Cramer's Lightning Round: Confluent has 'some of the best enterprise software in the world' - CNBC

    Julie Coleman

    "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

  • Rite Aid plans to shut down hundreds of stores in bankruptcy - WSJ - Reuters.com


    Rite Aid <a href="https://www.reuters.com/markets/companies/RAD.N" target="_blank">(RAD.N)</a> is negotiating with creditors over the terms of a bankruptcy plan that would include liquidating a substantial portion of its more than 2,100 drugstores, the Wall S…

  • Sam Bankman-Fried ordered by court of appeals to remain in jail - Fox Business

    Greg Wehner

    Sam Bankman-Fried was ordered to remain in jail after an appeals court in Manhattan was tasked with reviewing a decision to put in him jail for witness tampering.

  • Florida-based realty company with hundreds of Mass. customers files for bankruptcy - Boston 25 News

    Jason Law

    More than 400 Massachusetts homeowners signed contracts with MV Realty, many of whom were elderly and low-income.

  • Minnesota cannabis boss quits after questions raised about her background - MPR News

    Brian Bakst, Matt Sepic

    Erin DuPree, named Thursday to lead the Office of Cannabis Management, left the job Friday after online evidence emerged showing she sold products that had more THC than the state allowed and owed tens of thousands in debts and tax liens.

  • Credit Card Losses Climb at the Fastest Rate Since the Great Recession of 2008 - Investopedia

    Naomi Buchanan

    Goldman Sachs analysts say that credit card losses are rising and expect they will continue to do so as late as 2025.

  • 'Power, influence, notoriety': The Gen-Z hackers who struck MGM, Caesars - Reuters

    Zeba Siddiqui, Raphael Satter

    About a year ago, the U.S. security firm Palo Alto Networks began to hear from a flurry of companies that had been hacked in ways that weren't the norm for cybercriminals.

  • CVS pharmacists stage walkout over working conditions, leaving pharmacy counters closed - USA TODAY



  • U.S. stocks end lower, S&P 500 drops third straight week as Fed worries linger - MarketWatch

    Christine Idzelis, , Joseph Adinolfi

    S&P 500, Nasdaq book their biggest weekly percentage drop since March

  • AI Fantasy Fades as Wall Street Reels From Real-World Rate Jump - Bloomberg

    Katherine Greifeld, Isabelle Lee

    For stock investors for much of this year, the trillion-dollar AI promise has masked a big threat in this era of Federal Reserve hawkishness: Real-world borrowing costs have jumped across Corporate America.

  • Ford, Activision, Alibaba, Squarespace, Amazon, Scholastic, and More Market Movers - Barron's

    Joe Woelfel, Emily Dattilo

    The United Auto Workers expands its strike to 38 General Motors and Stellantis parts distribution facilities, while Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is closer to being cleared.

  • COVID spooked older customers away from restaurants, and many aren't coming back - KSL.com


    Even the unlimited breadsticks at Olive Garden and wooden rocking chairs at Cracker Barrel can't seem to lure back older customers.

  • NYPD K5 Autonomous Security Robot to help patrol Times Square subway station - WABC-TV


    The K5 Autonomous Security Robot is equipped with cameras to send live video and other intelligence back to the Police Department.

  • Amazon to Run Ads in Prime Video Shows and Movies - The Wall Street Journal

    Alyssa Lukpat, Will Feuer

    Ad-free option will cost Prime members an extra $2.99 a month