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San Francisco Fed picks Mary Daly as new chief

For the first time, an openly gay woman will lead a Federal Reserve bank. More>>

Apple's new iPhones are boring. Investors should rejoice

Wall Street's response to Apple's annual product release on Wednesday was, as one analyst described it, a yawn. More>>

JPMorgan offers Sapphire customers 60,000 points to sign up for new bank account

JPMorgan Chase wants to lure wealthy, young customers to its new Sapphire bank account. More>>

RT's interview with Salisbury suspects raises stakes in UK

Russia's state-sponsored television network RT was already at risk of losing its UK license over coverage of the Salisbury nerve agent attack. An interview with the prime suspects leaves it skating on even thinner ice. More>>

The trade war is already hurting US companies in China

US companies in China say they are already feeling the pain from the trade war. More>>

How to invest in real estate without buying a home

How can I get the benefit of real estate investments without becoming a landlord? More>>

Uber to open engineering hub in Toronto

Uber plans to open a new engineering office in Toronto early next year. More>>

Why the global slump won't hurt the United States this time

China's economy is slowing, and trade war may make it worse. Currency crises in Turkey and Argentina are spilling over to other emerging markets. Italy looks shaky. And the UK economy is unsettled as the last Brexit... More>>

Hershey's buys Pirate's Booty to double down on healthy snacks

Hershey's is increasing its bet on healthy food. More>>

Goldman Sachs is in a record losing streak

David Solomon, the part-time DJ and future CEO, needs to change the tune at Goldman Sachs. More>>

Sears just gave investors one more reason to worry

The latest bad news from Sears will have to wait. More>>

Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos create $2 billion fund to fight homelessness

Jeff Bezos has revealed how he plans to donate part of his fortune. More>>

One interest rate hike won't stop emerging market pain

Emerging markets beware: In this climate, even a major interest rate hike can fail to impress worried investors. More>>

Build-A-Bear CEO sorry for botched Pay Your Age event

Conventional wisdom says that people don't shop at the mall anymore. But that gets turned on its head when it comes to stuffed animals at ridiculous discounts. More>>

The US economy cratered in 2008. Here's how far it's come

Low unemployment. Stock market records. Rising home prices. The US economy is in pretty good shape today. More>>

GE is unloading yet another business

General Electric's crown jewel just got a bit smaller. More>>

Trump: Jamie Dimon doesn't have the 'smarts' to be president

President Donald Trump says JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon doesn't have the "smarts" to run for president. More>>

Grocery stores aren't dead, but they need help with real-time data

The impending demise of local grocers has been greatly exaggerated. More>>

There's no way to avert the next financial crisis, warn former regulators from 2008 meltdown

Reforms have strengthened the financial system. Banks have bolstered their balance sheets. Regulators now examine financial institutions once a year to make sure they can weather a downturn. More>>

Investors pour $4 billion into China's latest internet IPO

A Chinese app that does just about everything has found strong demand for its shares, bucking the trend of recent tech IPOs. More>>

10 Years after the financial crisis, have we learned anything?

When John Taylor starts remembering the years leading up to the financial crisis, his fury wells up all over again. More>>

Why Walmart is giving Jet.com a fancy makeover

Two years after Walmart bought Jet.com for $3.3 billion, the online startup is rebooting in a bid for wealthy shoppers in big cities. More>>

How The Skimm founders are inspiring Millennials to get out and vote

When Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin first launched their daily email newsletter, The Skimm, they wanted to help Millennial readers stay on top of current events. But they soon sought to do much more. More>>

Young people support Nike's bet on Kaepernick, poll shows

"What was Nike thinking?" President Donald Trump said on Twitter last week about Nike's new ad featuring Colin Kaepernick. More>>

'60 Minutes' producer Jeff Fager fired after sending CBS reporter 'unacceptable' message

Jeff Fager, the veteran executive producer of "60 Minutes," was fired on Wednesday amid accusations of inappropriate conduct at the acclaimed newsmagazine. More>>

Central banks take the stage; Kroger earnings; US-China trade talks

1. Central banks take the stage: Turkey's central bank hiked interest rates to 24% from 17.75% in a move that could help calm fears about emerging markets. More>>

China's wannabe 'Tesla killer' goes public in New York

A Chinese startup that wants to rival Tesla has gone public in New York. But the young company has a long way to go to catch up with Elon Musk. More>>

Apple unveils three new iPhone Xs

Apple is betting big on the iPhone X. And we mean big. More>>

Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch, not much else

Fall is a time for cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes and new iPhones. This year, we're getting three new iPhones. More>>

More turmoil at Tesla: VP of worldwide finance is out

Tesla is losing another top executive. This time, it's the electric car company's vice president of worldwide finance and operation. More>>

Tim Armstrong is out as CEO of Verizon's Oath

Tim Armstrong is out as CEO of Oath, Verizon's collection of digital media properties. More>>

IBM is betting big on blockchain technology. Is it worth the risk?

IBM is betting heavily on blockchain technology revolutionizing everything from shipping to banking. More>>

Zello, offline chats and push alerts: How to stay connected during Hurricane Florence

A smartphone can be a lifeline in a hurricane, but preparation is key. You don't want to be frantically downloading the Red Cross first aid app with 5% battery and spotty cell connections after the power is out. More>>

Why now is a bad time to dump stocks

Economic growth and corporate earnings will slow down and inflation will heat up next year, many Wall Street analysts warn. But that doesn't mean investors should sell stocks. More>>

America is now the world's largest oil producer

Move over Russia and Saudi Arabia. America has reclaimed its throne atop the oil world. More>>

Amazon will sell and deliver live Christmas trees this year

Amazon wants to sell everything for Christmas -- right down to a giant, live tree. More>>

'Tired of Snapchat's excuses': Snap tumbles on scathing report

Wall Street analysts are losing faith in Snapchat and its CEO Evan Spiegel. More>>

Jamie Dimon says he could beat Trump in an election, then retreats

Jamie Dimon said he could beat President Donald Trump in an election. Then he walked it back. More>>

Why its smart for Apple to be the Christian Dior of tech

Apple's former CEO says it's no longer a tech innovator, it's a luxury brand. More>>

Porsche is making it easier to try out its cars

Porsche is making it easier for people to get behind the wheel of its cars and SUVs without having to make any serious commitments. More>>

Europe could hit tech companies with huge fines over terrorist content

Tech companies that fail to remove terrorist content quickly could soon face major fines. More>>

This foldable metal straw raised nearly $2 million on Kickstarter

Well before Starbucks got around to banning them, Emma Cohen was on a mission to rid the planet of plastic straws. More>>

Europe just approved new copyright rules that could change the internet

European lawmakers have approved new rules that could force Google and Facebook to stop users uploading copyrighted content and to share revenue with writers and musicians. More>>

Sprint and T-Mobile will have to wait longer to merge

Sprint and T-Mobile will have to keep waiting. More>>

Apple's big reveal; Europe focuses on tech; Carney warning

1. Apple's big reveal: Apple is expected to unveil new iPhones and an updated Apple Watch at its annual press conference in Cupertino, California. More>>

10 Years after Lehman, Mark Carney says another crisis could happen

Have the risks of another financial crisis been eliminated in the 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers? More>>

This technology is trying to bring high-speed internet to underserved areas

Fiber optic internet cables can bring crazy-fast internet connections to everyone in the United States. Theoretically. More>>

Apple is about so much more than just iPhones now

Apple will create the usual buzz on Wednesday when it holds a splashy media event, presumably to update its iPhone lineup. More>>

Twitter bans Alex Jones and InfoWars

Twitter banned far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his website InfoWars from its platform Thursday afternoon, a month after several of its Silicon Valley counterparts did so. More>>

Alibaba is helping Russia go big in online shopping

Alibaba has a trio of new partners in Russia. More>>

Is the tech stock rally coming to an end?

The great bull run for the FAANG stocks and the rest of the tech sector is showing signs that it might be coming to an end. More>>

Apple is still struggling to sell iPhones in the world's hottest markets

Apple is gearing up for a revamp of its iPhone lineup, but it'll need to do a lot more to catch its rivals in some of the world's hottest smartphone markets. More>>

Volkswagen will use 3D printers to mass produce parts

Volkswagen has found a new way to use a 3D printer: To mass produce car parts. More>>