Dow Plunges 500 PointsThe Dow was down 500 points in midday trading after opening with a 130-point gain. At its worst point of the day, the Dow was down more than 600 points.
United CEO Oscar Munoz Is Skipping His Bonus After Rocky 2017United CEO Oscar Munoz told employees in a letter that he chose not to receive his bonus to "send a message about the culture of accountability and integrity."
Netflix CEO Was Paid $24 Million Last Year -- And Salaries Are Going Up This YearNetflix CEO Reed Hastings' pay keeps climbing.
The Typical Amazon Employee Makes Less Than You ThinkAmazon disclosed in a filing Wednesday that the median pay for its employees was just $28,446 in 2017. Put another way: half of Amazon's employees earned less than that amount.
United Airlines Eases Fears Of Fare WarThree months ago, United sparked fears on Wall Street that the airline industry was about to start a fare war. This week it put those fears to rest.
Starbucks To Close More Than 8,000 Stores For Racial-Bias EducationStarbucks says it will close more than 8,000 U.S. stores for several hours next month to conduct racial-bias training to its nearly 175,000 workers.
Sears Closing Last Chicago StoreIn a few months, the last Sears store in Chicago will be no more.
Most Americans Don't Know Instagram Is Owned By Facebook ― And That's No Accident
Mark Zuckerberg's Senate Committee Testimony: How To Watch, Live Updates
Sears, Delta Customers Affected By Data BreachA third-party data breach that occurred last fall affected Sears and Delta customers and involved unauthorized access to customers' payment cards, according to company statements.
Blockbuster Deal! MoviePass Buys Moviefone From VerizonHello! And welcome to Movie...Pass? MoviePass, the ticket subscription company, is buying Moviefone, the 29-year old movie directory service.
Toys 'R' Us Could Start Liquidation Sales SoonToys R Us could begin liquidation sales at its stores on Friday.

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