Fear grips Wall Street: Dow tumbles again

This week’s wild see-saw ride for stocks looks like it will end on a down note. The Dow is tumbling once again as Wall Street returns to coronavirus fear-mode. Stocks were sharply lower an hour before the closing bell. The Dow (INDU) was down more than 850...

Anthony Levandowski ordered to pay $179 million to Google

Anthony Levandowski,  the engineer and autonomous vehicle startup founder who was at the center of a trade secrets lawsuit between Uber and Waymo, has been ordered to pay $179 million to end a contract dispute over his departure from Google. Reuters was the first to...

California’s “woman quota” law seems to be working

When California passed its boardroom law requiring public companies based there to have at least one female director, there were concerns it would spark a gold rush for the same handful of well-known women — but that hasn’t happened. Why it matters: Of the 138 women...

Bloomberg suspends presidential campaign, endorses Biden

Michael Bloomberg, who spent hundreds of millions of dollars to self-fund his 2020 presidential run, announced Wednesday that he is suspending his campaign after a poor performance on Super Tuesday and will endorse Joe Biden. What he’s saying: “I’ve always...

The Stop Sanders movement has gone public

(CNN)In the last 24 hours, the following things have happened in the Democratic presidential race: 1) Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg ended his campaign and he’s endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden in a Texas rally tonight. 2) Minnesota...