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Bitcoin Today: Say So Long to $7,000 as Prices Tumble

Bitcoin Today: Say So Long to $7,000 as Prices Tumble

Bitcoin loses momentum Tuesday.

Amazon's Big Weakness in the Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling

Amazon's Big Weakness in the Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling

As much as 0.3% of the retailer's sales could be at risk following Thursday's Supreme Court ruling, an analyst says.

Online Retailers Hit by Supreme Court Ruling Requiring Sales Tax Collection

Online Retailers Hit by Supreme Court Ruling Requiring Sales Tax Collection

Consumers could pay an additional $15.2 billion a year as a result of the ruling, said one analyst.

Keeping Competition Alive: How Antitrust Laws Boost the Market

Keeping Competition Alive: How Antitrust Laws Boost the Market

Makan Delrahim spoke at The Deal's Corporate Governance Conference on June 7.

How Elliott Management's Paul Singer Took Activist Investing Global

How Elliott Management's Paul Singer Took Activist Investing Global

The insurgent investor behind Elliott Management by far has the most campaigns outstanding in the most countries and the most offices of any activist fund, plus transformative wins at Hyunda and Telecom Italia.

Experts Break Down GDPR Risks for Investors

Experts Break Down GDPR Risks for Investors

Should investors be worried about the General Data Protection Regulation? Here's what experts have to say.

Legal Weed Sales in California Are Off to a Less Than Smokin' Start

Legal Weed Sales in California Are Off to a Less Than Smokin' Start

New Frontier Data downgrades its California cannabis sales projections by $2 billion for this year.

How Qualcomm's CEO Is Helping Steer the Shift to 5G

How Qualcomm's CEO Is Helping Steer the Shift to 5G

Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf is trying to extend the chipmaker's success in the next generation of wireless technology.

Xerox Boots CEO In Deal With Activist Investor Carl Icahn

Xerox Boots CEO In Deal With Activist Investor Carl Icahn

The document technology company also agreed to bring on five dissident directors and replace its CEO. Six existing board members also resigned in a resounding victory for the dissident investors.

California Justices Focus on 'Seconds, Not Minutes' in Starbucks Labor Case

California Justices Focus on 'Seconds, Not Minutes' in Starbucks Labor Case

Some justices expressed surprise that with ever-present smartphones, technology isn't used to record employees' off-the-clock time.