California is set to provide free health care to over 700,000 undocumented immigrants, leading to concerns about the economic impact.
Electric vehicle startup Faraday Future received a notice from Nasdaq regarding non-compliance with listing rules on minimum share price.
After years of strong consumer spending, companies like FedEx and airlines are facing challenges in maintaining pricing power as demand weakens and inflation eases.
As global markets wind down for the year, world stock markets are showing mixed results, with some regions experiencing gains and others encountering losses. The European shares opened higher on the final trading day of the year. Similarly, in the U.S., major indices are on track for weekly gains, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average moving upward. Investors are also keeping a close eye on various economic indicators and signals from the Federal Reserve as they anticipate potential interest rate cuts in the new year.
Google has reached a settlement in a lawsuit accusing it of secretly tracking users’ internet activity in private browsing mode.
VinFast, a Vietnamese electric vehicle manufacturer, has announced its first partnership with a U.S.-based dealer, Leith Automotive Group in North Carolina, marking its expansion into the American market.
The Biden administration’s Medicare drug price negotiations are set to have a significant impact on the pharmaceutical industry and patients. The outcome of the negotiations in 2024 will set the precedent for future price talks, potentially influencing what seniors pay for medications by the end of the decade.
South Korea’s top court has ruled for the second time in a week that a Japanese company must compensate some of its former wartime Korean workers for forced labor, leading to tensions between the two countries.