Business News Today


Law School Students in ‘No Man’s Land’

The campus of Notre Dame, where Matthew Bradley and other law students are concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on their careers. Photo: nova safo/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images By Patrick Thomas April 19, 2020 7:00 am ET Sarah Beechay is graduating from Hofstra...

Big Banks Favor Certain Customers in $350 Billion Small-Business Loan Program

Griff Neal set his alarm for 3 a.m. on Friday so he could be among the first to apply for a loan under a new federal program designed to help small businesses weather the coronavirus pandemic. Bank of America Corp....

Gainers Losers: 10 stocks that moved most last week; ITC, RBL Bank, Lupin top charts

While Sensex tanked 674 points to 27,590, the Nifty closed at 8,083, down 170 points on April 3. Indian markets will remain shut on April 6 on account of a public holiday. Experts suggest that 7,800 would be a crucial...

OnMobile Global share price up 20% ahead of share buyback decision

The stock has rallied 28 percent in the last two sessions. Representative image Shares of OnMobile Global were locked in 20 percent upper circuit on April 3, as the company plans a share buyback. The stock closed at Rs 18.06, up Rs...

JB Chemicals, Solara Active, Strides tank 6-10% as USFDA requests withdrawal of Ranitidine

Shares of JB Chemicals, Solara Active and Strides Pharma Science were down 6-10 percent intraday on April 3 after the US health regulator requested all manufacturers to withdraw all prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) Ranitidine drugs from the US...

FIRE Devotees Still Plan Early Retirement

For many adherents of the Financial Independence, Retire Early movement, also known by the acronym FIRE, the economic and stock-market downturns caused by the coronavirus pandemic are the first test of their strategy. Currently many seem unfazed by the challenge....

Saudis Explore Ways to Resolve Oil-Price War

Saudi Arabia is willing to consider massive oil-supply curbs as long as other nations join the effort, according to Saudi officials. The kingdom signaled a reversal of its oil-war against Russia after U.S. President Trump sought help to rebalance oil...

After the Coronavirus, Shareholders Will Have to Share Their Crown

By Rochelle Toplensky Updated April 2, 2020 2:08 pm ET Among Covid-19’s many victims is likely to be the already frail concept of shareholder supremacy. Investors are right to be nervous about the insurance sector in particular. As companies of all sizes shut...

U.S. Stocks Rise, Led by Energy Shares

U.S. stocks rose Thursday on signs of potential easing in the oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, raising hopes for the battered energy sector. Major indexes pushed higher after President Trump suggested on Twitter that talks between the...

Crude Leaps 25% on Hopes for an End to Price War

U.S. oil prices jumped 25% Thursday in their biggest one-day rally on record, lifted by investors’ hopes that initial steps to end a global price war will offer a reprieve to an industry battered by coronavirus. The gains capped a...

Trending

Cyberpunk 2077 DLC Update: no less DLC than The Witcher 3

The Witcher 3 is an irregularity in that players don't frequently whine about its DLC. That is on the...

Guard at Cowboy Museum Becomes Internet Sensation

Tim Tiller in a selfie he took at Prosperity Junction for the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum's social...

Netflix movies and shows in July 2020 – MiniAmaZon

Netflix movies and shows in July 2020: Netflix just dropped its new titles for July and I'm certain you're...