- The Wall Street Journal: Japan’s economy recovers to pre-pandemic level in second quarterat 12:44 am
Japan’s economy recovered its pre-pandemic size in the April-June quarter with strong consumer spending after pandemic-related movement restrictions were lifted.
- The Wall Street Journal: FBI search of Trump’s home achieved its goal: Retrieve documentsat 10:07 pm
The FBI’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property dealt with the Justice Department’s most urgent priority in the monthslong showdown, according to […]
- : Tesla has built 3 million vehicles, a third of those in China, Elon Musk saysat 9:35 pm
On Sunday, the Tesla chief executive congratulated the company's Shanghai "gigafactory" in a tweet: "Congrats Giga Shanghai on making millionth car! Total Teslas made now over 3M."
- The Margin: The ‘crying CEO’ says, ‘I’m just a small business owner — it’s not like I’ve got a fourth mansion.’at 5:26 pm
Braden Wallake told MarketWatch he was surprised at the huge response to his LinkedIn post.
- : A dozen eggs cost 38% more than a year ago — due to avian flu, the war in Ukraine, a rise in farming costs, and more.at 3:48 pm
Why egg prices are sizzling, and when they could cool off.
- : Online prices are finally declining after 2 years of increases — but only for these select itemsat 3:44 pm
The online shopping experience was cheaper in July because of price decreases in electronics, according to the Adobe Digital Price Index.
- The Moneyist: ‘He pays half of the bills in the house, despite six adults living there’: My son lives with his dad and stepmom. They take advantage of him. How can I get him out?at 3:43 pm
'His stepmom was caught embezzling from a local club a couple years ago. Obviously, I am very concerned.'
- : Inflation Reduction Act is signed into law — what that means for your portfolioat 10:16 am
'It’s really the shareholder who will bear the burden' of the 1% tax on stock buybacks, says one tax expert.
- : People are getting ‘squeezed’ by soaring rents, especially Gen Z, according to Bank of America dataat 10:14 am
Bank of America's analysis of credit and debit card spend in July found that rent payments increased by 7.4% in July, as compared to last year.
- : ‘Right now, this is a rainy day’: Wall Street cheered the latest inflation data, but for these Americans it was just another day living with high pricesat 10:10 am
Wall Street was encouraged by the July consumer price index report, but it's a different story elsewhere.