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The Texas Freeze: Why the Power Grid Failed — The Wall Street Journal

The Texas Freeze: Why the Power Grid Failed — The Wall Street Journal

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Consumer demand snaps back. Factories can’t keep up. — The Wall Street Journal

Consumer demand snaps back. Factories can’t keep up. — The Wall Street Journal

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Forget self-driving cars — the Pentagon wants autonomous ships, choppers and jets

Forget self-driving cars — the Pentagon wants autonomous ships, choppers and jets

Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on FoxBusiness.com.From pilotless jets engaging in dogfights to huge undersea vessels ferrying troops, the Pentagon is pushing to increase the use of automation.Continue Reading BelowDefense moves are outpacing commercial automation efforts in the air, on the ground and beneath the waves as officials seek to counter American adversaries' according to current and former national-security and industry officials. That progress -- highlighted in cockpits managed primarily by computers, totally autonomous helicopters and...

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DOJ subpoenas Robinhood, others in GameStop probe: report

DOJ subpoenas Robinhood, others in GameStop probe: report

Fox News contributor Liz Peek and Geltrude & Company founder Dan Geltrude weigh in on student debt and possible government involvement that may follow the Robinhood stock trading frenzy. Federal prosecutors and regulators are investigating whether market manipulation or other types of misconduct  last month in prices of stocks such as  Corp. and  Inc., according to people familiar with the matter.Continue Reading BelowThe Justice Department’s fraud section and the San Francisco U.S. attorney’s office have sought information about the activity from brokers and social-media companies that...

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WallStreetBets founder reckons with legacy amid stock market frenzy

WallStreetBets founder reckons with legacy amid stock market frenzy

Sources tell FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino it will be difficult for SEC to bring a case since most Reddit touts were anonymous.The man who created Reddit’s WallStreetBets isn’t who you think he is.Continue Reading BelowHe is 39 years old. He lives in Mexico City with his wife, a physician, and spends his weeks chasing after their 3-year-old twins and tending to his day job as a consultant—hardly the sort of character one might associate with the roiling investing forum.He never imagined the Reddit community he created in 2012 would morph into a force so powerful that it would send  Corp....

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Coronavirus propelled businesses into the future -- ready or not

Coronavirus propelled businesses into the future -- ready or not

President Trump's economic adviser Stephen Moore argues passing on 'trillions of dollars of debt' to our children is 'not a very nice Christmas present.' For many who crossed the divide this year, there will be no going back.Continue Reading BelowThe pandemic forced millions of Americans to swap the physical for the world in a matter of months. As learn to operate without stores, business travelers without airplanes and workers without offices, much of what started out as a temporary expedient is likely to become permanent.“Covid has acted like a time machine: It brought 2030 to 2020,” said...

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US sues Walmart alleging role in fueling opioid crisis

US sues Walmart alleging role in fueling opioid crisis

Former Walmart CEO Bill Simon argues that the coronavirus pandemic will challenge department stores, but one-stop shopping outlets will perform well.The Trump administration sued  Inc. Tuesday, accusing the retail giant of helping to fuel the nation’s opioid crisis by inadequately screening for questionable prescriptions despite repeated warnings from its own pharmacists.Continue Reading BelowThe Justice Department’s lawsuit claims that Walmart sought to boost profits by understaffing its pharmacies and pressuring employees to fill prescriptions quickly. That made it difficult for...

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PPP borrowers stand to gain tax deductions

PPP borrowers stand to gain tax deductions

Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on FoxBusiness.com.WASHINGTON -- Congress may be poised to deliver a worth hundreds of billions of dollars to who took Paycheck Protection Program loans.Continue Reading BelowThe provision, part of the discussions over the year-end coronavirus relief bill, would ensure that PPP recipients can deduct the payroll costs and other expenses covered by forgiven loans, even though the loans themselves are tax-free income. The move would reverse a Treasury Department ruling that denied the deductions.Lawmakers say they just want...

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US economy gets boost as Americans spend more

US economy gets boost as Americans spend more

The U.S. economy is heading into the holidays continuing to recover, in large part because Americans continue to boost their spending, particularly on goods. Many reports Wednesday will offer clues about the economy's path this winter. These include Commerce Department data expected to show that consumer spending rose in October for the sixth straight month, while household income declined because of the fading effects of government aid programs, according to economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal. Consumer spending appears to have increased more slowly recently after rebounding...

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Why some tech workers leaving Silicon Valley are changing jobs

Why some tech workers leaving Silicon Valley are changing jobs

Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on FoxBusiness.com.companies in smaller cities are starting to see an uptick in applications from candidates living in San Francisco and New York -- areas that have long had a grip on tech talent.Continue Reading BelowDeepinder Singh, founder of a Bloomington, Minn.-based startup, had never bothered trying to recruit Silicon Valley tech workers. They were too expensive and didn't want to move. In seven years, he had never gotten an applicant from a large tech company.But since May, more than a dozen people on both coasts...

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