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Young investors lose big in crypto crash: 'I didn't sleep for days'

Hopes of quickly making bank, cashing out and buying a home, car or business have been dashed.

Adams calls emergency meeting with NYC biz leaders after train killing

Mayor Eric Adams has called an emergency meeting with the Big Apple’s top business leaders after the train slaying of a Goldman Sachs executive.

'The View' mocks Ted Cruz over 'creepy' Kate Beckinsale comments on podcast

Panelists on “The View” mocked Sen. Ted Cruz during Monday’s show, with one declaring the Texas Republican turned “creepy” with remarks he made about actress Kate Beckinsale on his recent...

California gas is so expensive that cops offered fuel gift cards in exchange for guns

Gas has become so expensive in California that Sacramento police offered $50 gift cards for fuel as part of a “gas for guns” buyback program that generated an overwhelming response...

Goldman Sachs bankers fret they're targets for violent crime after NYC subway slay

"Can Goldman lead the pack for banks on issuing Kevlar vests?" one of the megabank's employees wrote on the popular corporate message board Wall Street Oasis. "Can't wait for the...

Activision illegally threatened staff over social media policy: NLRB

Videogame publisher Activision Blizzard enforced a social media policy that conflicted with workers’ rights and illegally threatened staff in the policy's enforcement, a government agency said on Monday.

NY pension fund urges votes against Twitter, Meta directors after Buffalo massacre

New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says both companies failed to enforce their standards against harmful content including from a mass shooting in Buffalo, NY, on May 14.

Voter fraud accusations rock 'Borscht Belt' resort in the Catskills

A tiny Borscht Belt town that beckons Orthodox Jewish vacationers in the summer staged a pivotal election this spring that was anything but kosher, according to an explosive lawsuit.

Amazon tests delivery of packages directly from shopping malls

Amazon is testing a new service that uses gig drivers to deliver goods directly from stores at shopping malls. The Seattle-based web giant’s so-called “Flex” drivers, who use their own...

Americans' savings shrank by $9K in past year with inflation, pandemic to blame: report

Surging levels of inflation have eaten into Americans' savings as the average resident has seen their nest egg shrink by $9,000 compared to last year.