Stock futures tumble amid COVID-19 surge and stimulus doubts

US stock futures sank Monday as a nationwide surge in coronavirus infections and a dim outlook for another stimulus package roiled Wall Street. Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones… Read more

Tesla reportedly exporting 7,000 Chinese-made cars to Europe

Tesla will reportedly ship about 7,000 cars from China to Europe this week after announcing plans to export vehicles from its Shanghai factory. The load of Model 3 sedans produced… Read more

Google turned down plea deal from FTC in 2012

Google’s high-handed tactics with US regulators have come back to haunt it, with critics saying the tech giant set the stage for a dramatic showdown with the Department of Justice… Read more

Developers hope to revitalize Flushing waterfront with new offices, housing

Downtown Flushing is one of the city’s most dynamic commercial districts, bustling even during the pandemic and rumbling with new construction. But one thing it doesn’t have is a useable… Read more

Lee Kun-Hee, chairman of Samsung, dead at 78

SEOUL, South Korea — Samsung says Lee Kun-Hee, the ailing chairman of Samsung Electronics, has died. A Samsung statement says Lee died on Sunday with his family members, including his… Read more

The baseball card market is thriving thanks to COVID-19

Forget the anxiety of the stock market, savvy investors are looking to Mickey Mantle. Baseball cards are a safe, reliable way to grow your investment portfolio, according to a new… Read more

Pasta flies in battle to control Il Mulino chain after bankruptcy

The glamorous Il Mulino Italian restaurant empire might soon be fegato tritato — or chopped liver, as New Yorkers say. Il Mulino founder Jerry Katzoff sued his lenders on Friday… Read more

Wells Fargo reportedly exploring sale of asset management business

Wells Fargo is exploring a sale of its asset management business, in what would be the bank’s biggest shake-up since former Bank of New York Mellon chief executive Charles Scharf… Read more