By Lora Kolodny  | Christine Wang | CNBC.com  His trust sold more than 3.5 million shares worth over $3.88 billion in a flurry of trades carried out Tuesday and Wednesday. Earlier Wednesday evening, filings showed…

By Michael Wayland | CNBC.com Ford’s stock topped $20 a share Monday for the first time since September 2001, as investors increasingly show faith in CEO Jim Farley’s turnaround plan. Since Farley took control of…

By Ben Zeisloft | The Daily Wire Dozens of industry groups warned President Biden that his vaccine mandate would intensify rampant supply chain bottlenecks. On Thursday, the Biden administration revealed its COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandate for employees…

By Archie Hunter | Finance.Yahoo.com (Bloomberg) -- The global energy crunch is putting pressure on the sugar market as the world’s top exporters convert more cane into ethanol. Into the Metaverse: Where Crypto, Gaming and…

By Tom Ozimek | The EpochTimes Barclays Chief Executive Jes Staley is stepping down from his role as head of the multinational banking group after British regulators announced preliminary conclusions of a probe into his ties to…

Julia Fanzeres | Finance.Yahoo.com Futures in New York rose 0.9% on Friday. Oil’s advance this month shows the impact of an ongoing shortage of natural gas, which has boosted demand for oil products. At the…

By Robert Spencer | PJMedia.com A woman who uses the apt TikTok handle @my.data.not.yours has posted a video detailing the truly shocking extent of Amazon’s surveillance of her daily life. She requested “all the data Amazon has…

By Jarryd Jaeger | The Post Millennial Despite the temporary closure of its downtown San Francisco location by the city's department of public health, In-N-Out Burger continues to refuse to enforce vaccine mandates in Contra…

By Ari Hoffman | The Post Millennial The Kellogg Company’s US cereal plants stopped work Tuesday after approximately 1,400 workers went on strike. According to the Associated Press, The work stoppage affected plants in Omaha, Nebraska…

By Jonathan Garber |  FOXBusiness U.S. private-sector hiring accelerated in September as supplemental unemployment benefits expired. The U.S. economy added 568,000 private-sector jobs last month, up from a downwardly revised 340,000 in August, according to the…

By James Anthony | The Post Millennial New York City restaurateurs are speaking out against the city's proof of vaccine requirements for in-person dining, which has disadvantaged local businesses. "We don't have the money here…

CBS News Staff New York's state mandate ordering health care workers to get the COVID vaccine went into effect Monday at midnight. Some hospital networks including Northwell Health have already fired more than two dozen health care…