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Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., has unveiled a plan to tax billionaires' unrealized capital gains. However, if the proposal survives, it may face legal challenges.
Ford previously raised its guidance for the year, but said the second half of the year would be weaker than the first six months.
Women's investment returns were 0.4% higher than men's, on average, according to a report that analyzed 5.2 million investment accounts over 10 years.
'Rust' assistant director who gave Alec Baldwin gun didn't check all rounds before fatal shooting, warrant reveals
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Authorities have not decided whether to file criminal charges in the accidental fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin of "Rust" cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Kevin O'Leary breaks down the 3 steps he takes to avoid burnout
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California readies 4,000 sites to administer 1.2 million Covid vaccines to kids 5 to 11 in first week
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McAuliffe takes the lead in early voting in Virginia governor's race, but Youngkin could close the gap on election day
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Democrats hold a substantial early voting lead in the hotly contested Virginia governor race between former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin.
Senate Democrats' proposed billionaires income tax, or BIT, would effectively change how capital gains are taxed for the richest American households.
Twitter shares tumble after a weak report on U.S. user growth and analyst price cuts
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Twitter shares dropped after the company reported modest user growth and analysts expressed concerns about the impact of Apple's iOS privacy changes.
Major business groups prepare to fight new Democratic tax proposals for Biden social bill
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The Business Roundtable and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce oppose new tax plans proposed by Democrats for President Biden's social spending bill.
Proposals to include dental, vision and hearing coverage in Medicare, as well as expand Medicaid, may be cut as Democrats try to make a deal on budget bill.
The picture won't be pretty for third-quarter economic growth, but it should get better
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When the Commerce Department releases its GDP estimate it likely will show an increase of just 2.8%.
A new ProShares exchange-traded fund marked another milestone for crypto. But its 0.95% expense ratio may cost buy-and-hold investors over the long term.
Democrats firm up tax plans for Biden's social spending bill, but Medicaid and paid leave are sticking points
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Democrats in Congress greenlighted a 15% minimum income tax for large corporations, but dropped a plan for banks to report cash flow data to the IRS.
Analysts applauded Microsoft for accelerating cloud growth in constant currency, and they liked that Google isn't getting hit hard by Apple privacy changes.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Twitter, Robinhood, General Motors, Microsoft and more
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The era of surprise medical bills may be ending
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Americans will soon be protected from many unexpected medical bills, thanks to a new law that goes into effect Jan. 1.
Investigators have recovered 'lead projectile' believed to have killed cinematographer on 'Rust' set
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Investigators said they are not yet ready to determine if charges should be brought in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
5 questions parents have about Covid vaccines for young kids — and answers from top experts
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Many parents have questions about the safety and side effects of Covid vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11. These pediatricians and immunologists have answers.
Nvidia's $40 billion takeover of Arm faces in-depth investigation from European Commission
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The European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, has launched an "in-depth investigation" into Nvidia's acquisition of U.K. chip designer Arm.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has raised concerns about environmental health and fed into demand for certain green jobs.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said Wednesday he expects to see sporadic shortages on grocery shelves through 2022.
Retail trade group expects holiday sales to rise by all-time record, despite congested ports
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The National Retail Federation, however, acknowledged headwinds for retailers, including supply chain disruption and labor shortages.
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Friday invested up to $50,000 in the SPAC stock linked to Donald Trump's planned social media platform.
4 strategies to create and stick with a family budget
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Shiba inu, dubbed the "dogecoin killer" by its supporters, hit an all-time high on Wednesday. Here's what you should know.
It has invested in 11 companies that are developing technologies across a range of sectors, from transportation and logistics to agriculture and food.