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The Wall Street Journal: United Airlines moving to fire nearly 600 workers who refuse to get vaccinated

United Airlines Holdings Inc. is moving ahead with plans to terminate close to 600 employees who didn’t meet its COVID-19 vaccination deadline, company officials said Tuesday.

Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock: Last Call Before its Expected, Spectacular Takeoff

The Moneyist: My soon-to-be ex-wife received $8K in unemployment — and spent it. How can I stop her from getting her hands on my money?

‘I’ve been paying every bill in my household for the past seven years. During that time, my wife either wasn’t working or only had spotty part-time jobs.’

Market Extra: How to invest wisely in crypto and meme stocks: Two industry pros weigh in

Mark Hulbert, founder and president of the Hulbert Financial Digest, warns that ‘stubborn bullishness’ among investors vowing to buy the dip or ‘hold on come hell or high water’ is a ‘hallmark of a market top.’

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Musk says Biden’s EV policy ‘controlled by unions’-Code Conference

Exclusive-U.S. has reached out to China about cutting oil imports from Iran, officials say

Musk says Biden administration’s EV policy ‘controlled by unions’-Code Conference

U.S. Treasury’s Yellen seeking October agreement on global minimum corporate tax

Micron sees dip in chip demand as PC makers face parts shortages

2 High-Yield TSX Stocks to Buy Now for Passive Income

Crypto: Crypto-trading hamster Mr. Goxx has outperformed the S&P 500 since June

Mr. Goxx exclusively trades crypto like bitcoin, ethereum and dogecoin and is up over 16% since June

Netflix acquires Night School Studio in videogaming push

Netflix Inc. on Tuesday said it has agreed to buy videogame maker Night School Studio in its push to expand into original and licensed games on the video-streaming service. A price was not disclosed.
“We’re inspired by [Night School Studio’s] bold mission to set a new bar for storytelling in games,” Netflix said in a statement. “Their commitment to artistic excellence and proven track record make them invaluable partners as we build out the creative capabilities and library of Netflix games together.” Earlier, Netflix expanded its rollout of videogames available to Spain and Italy, joining Poland. At the Code Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., Netflix Co-Chief Executive Ted Sarandos on Monday said he was thrilled with the company’s efforts into gaming, but offered no timetable on an official release date.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

U.S. futures regulator fines Interactive Brokers $1.75 million

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The Wall Street Journal: Pfizer’s COVID vaccine for kids might not get FDA approval until November

Regulatory clearance of the Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE vaccine for young children may not come until November, according to a person familiar with the matter, after the companies said they won’t ask for the green light for a few weeks.

Oil Inventories Rise by 4.1M Barrels Last Week: API

Outside the Box: What Vanguard’s price cuts mean for you

Lower costs, access to more funds and a new fund for retirees

MarketWatch First Take: Home prices have been rising 100 times faster than usual

Residential real-estate prices never rise this fast — not for long.

BookWatch: When someone you love has low health literacy, you need to step in — here’s how

It’s more than just using plain English.

Personal Finance Daily: Home prices rise at record pace for 4th consecutive month, but economists aren’t worried yet about the housing market and what’s on the vaccinated consumer’s shopping list

NewsWatch: These high-flying stocks of 2021 dropped the most on Tuesday

Stocks hit especially hard include Moderna, Nvidia and Google holding company Alphabet.

Earnings Results: Micron earnings forecast disappoints amid concerns about memory-chip prices, stock tumbles

Micron Technology Inc. offered a financial forecast well lower than analysts expected Tuesday amid expected declines in the pandemic-influenced price of memory chips, sending shares lower in late trading.

BookWatch: Deepfakes — a dark side of artificial intelligence — will make fiction nearly indistinguishable from truth

Security risks are the most important near-term danger from the rise of AI.

Market Snapshot: S&P 500 books worst daily slump in about 4 months as bond yields climb

U.S. stocks close sharply lower Tuesday, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite leading the way down as Treasury yields continue to march higher.

Wall Street swoons on rising Treasury yields, growing inflation worries

Surging Treasury yields batter ARK fund amid broad tech selloff

Lucid to start deliveries of electric cars with range exceeding Tesla’s in October

S&P 500 Slumps as Yield Spike Triggers Tech Tantrum

Deep Dive: These high-flying stocks of 2021 dropped the most on Tuesday

Stocks hit especially hard include Moderna, Nvidia and Google holding company Alphabet.

: Is there an economic argument for COVID-19 boosters?

The Biden administration’s decision to make COVID-19 booster shots available to millions of vaccinated adults may speak more to the economics of the pandemic than the science.

Wall Street stumbles on rising Treasury yields, inflation worries

: Sherwin-Williams lowers forecasts due to poor availability of raw materials, inflation; stock falls

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