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Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers Talks New Lending Economy in Exclusive Interview

Here's Why Larry Summers Thinks There's A New Recession Looming

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary says inflation has become so entrenched that there’s now a “30% to 40%” chance of a recession over the next 24 months.

Chinese Celebrity Pet Shiba Inu Dog In Beijing Sells For US$25,000 In Online Auction After Being Abandoned For 7 Years

Shiba Inu Climbs on Robinhood Listing Speculation

Shiba Inu supporters have been petitioning Robinhood to add the meme cryptocurrency to its trading platform.

Facebook Lead

Facebook C-Suite Shuffle Continues With Messenger Exec Exit

Stan Chudnovsky, who heads Facebook Messenger at Meta announced that he would be leaving the company in the first part of 2022.

Stocks Close Higher as Wall Street Dissects New Tax Laws

Dow Ends Up Nearly 500 Points, Tech Stocks Surge on Fading Omicron Fears

Stocks surge as Dr. Anthony Fauci, says the omicron variant is 'almost certainly' not more severe than Delta.

Inflation Lead

U.S. Bank Executives Push Fed to Step Up Anti-Inflation Measures

Wells Fargo Chief Executive Charlie Scharf and others are urging the Fed to hit the brakes on asset purchases.

Jim Cramer Talks Intel, Mobileye, United Technologies, Boeing and Oil

Intel Plans Mobileye IPO. What Does the Stock Chart Say?

Intel stock is rallying news that it will IPO its Mobileye business next year. Does that make the stock a buy?

Senator Sherrod Brown Lead

Fed Nominee Hearings Could Happen In February: Senate Banking Chair

Three more slots still need to be nominated by the White House.

Beyond the Cup: Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz's 3 Most Venti Accomplishments

Starbucks Loses Bid to Stop Unionization Vote in Buffalo

Starbucks workers at three locations in Buffalo will conclude their unionization voting period on Wednesday.

Brinker Tops Earnings on Higher Traffic, Sales at Its Restaurants

Four Tax-Loss Selling Stocks Poised for 2022 Rebounds

Jonathan Heller identified these miserable performers for 2021 as likely candidates for year-end selling, followed by a pickup in the new year.