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Ethereum Bitcoin crash Lead

Russia Wants to Ban Crypto. Here Are Countries Where Crypto Are Illegal

Nine countries currently explicitly ban cryptocurrencies, while 42 others are less firm even if they consider them illegal.

Big Tech Tesla Apple Microsoft Lead

Wall Street Week Ahead: Can Apple, Tesla and Microsoft Throw Stocks An Earnings Lifeline?

Apple, Tesla and Microsoft will highlight a key series of earnings next week as investors look for a lifeline out of the worst January performance for the Nasdaq in more than a decade.

Netflix Lead

Netflix Stock Slumps After Earnings - Charting the Way Forward

Netflix stock is getting crushed after the earnings report. Is it time to buy or get out of the way?

TikTok Says It Has Filed A Legal Challenge Against Trump's August 14 Divestment Order To Defend Rights

Instagram, TikTok Test Creator Subscriptions as Influencer Power Grows

Instagram and TikTok gear up creator subscriptions as influencer marketing industry is on track to be worth up to $15 billion this year.

Build Back Better Act Infrastructure Nancy Pelosi Lead

Should Congress Be Banned From Stock Trading? Pelosi Now Says Maybe

House Speaker Pelosi, who has opposed legislation banning Congress members from trading individual stocks, signals she's open now to advancing it.

Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger Reveals Hackers Are Claiming to Have Access to an Unreleased Disney Movie

Disney World: Ticket-Price Rises, New Fees, Pricier Food (but Also New Attractions)

People buying Walt Disney World tickets may pay more, but they'll also get more.

Elon Musk Quits Twitter Again; Here's What It Means for Tesla

Elon Musk Mocks Twitter's Embrace of NFTs

Twitter is offering special profile pictures for NFT holders, meanwhile Musk wants the company to focus on crypto scammers

SPAC Special Purpose Acquisition Company Lead

SPACs Reportedly Lose 2020 Luster; Many Stock Prices Off Sharply

Shares of half the companies that finished SPAC deals in the past two years are down 40% or more, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Cryptocurrency Lead

Crypto Market Lost $1.2 Trillion in 74 Days - and It Might Not Be Over Yet

The ongoing crash in the crypto market has shed roughly $1.2 trillion in value since November 8, and could decline further as "crypto winter" takes hold.