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Supply Chain Woes: We're Not Out of the Woods Yet

A report from Everstream Analytics cites five ongoing risks, including ocean freight bottlenecks and increased regulation.

Housing Bubble

Will the U.S. Housing Market Crash in 2022?

Inflated prices and rising interest rates have people concerned that we could see a return of the 2008 housing crash.

Unilever Stock Rising on Possible Sir Kensington's Deal

Unilever Stock Surges After Brands Giant Says Won't Up $68 Billion GlaxoSmithKline Offer

Unilever said Wednesday that it won't increase its $68 billion offer for GlaxoSmithKline's healthcare division.

Exxon Mobil

Exxon Mobil Sets Goal for Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050

Energy major Exxon Mobil said it aimed to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Cryptocurrency Ethereum Lead

Over a Quarter of Americans Invest in Crypto for Quick Profits, Survey

A majority of Americans not do any research into cryptocurrency before making the decision to invest, a survey finds.

Homebuilding Lead

Homebuilders Lennar, KB, D.R. Horton Cut at KeyBanc on Rates Worry

KeyBanc based its homebuilder downgrades on inflation concern and anticipation of Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes.

McDonald's Drive-Through Lead

A Dessert McRib? McDonald's Menu Has a New Item (If You Can Find It)

The fast-food giant has a new dessert item at select locations and that could lead to a sales spike.

Sony Lead

Sony Stock Falls as Pressure Builds to Match Microsoft In Future of Gaming

Sony's Playstation is the video game market leader, but Microsoft is coming for the top spot.

Cryptocurrency Lead

Crypto ATMs Shutdown in Singapore on 'Impulse' Trading

Cryptocurrency adoption suffers a setback as Singapore officials shut down crypto ATMs.

Tesla instructs drivers to keep their hands on the wheel when its Autopilot feature is engaged. The feature has been implicated in multiple accidents, drawing scrutiny in Washington. (Dreamstime/TNS)

A Tesla Driver Is Charged in a Crash Involving Autopilot

A Tesla driver who was using the autopilot system is facing felony charges after the car crashed into another car and killed two people, media reports say.