The domestic property market is fueled by a government stimulus and a COVID-fueled rush to low density housing, economists say. See full story.
These ‘We Build the Wall’ donors say they aren’t victims of fraud: ‘I hope I get to donate again’
Federal prosecutors allege that former Trump adviser Steve Bannon and other leaders of the online fundraising campaign duped donors and took more than $1 million in donation money for their own use. See full story.
Invest in tech indexes, but hedge your bets with fine wine and stamps, says this strategist
Tech companies will grow exponentially for the next two decades, far outpacing other investments, strategic advisory firm Aquaa Partners said on Friday. See full story.
Have you ‘herd’? New York might have immunity—but please don’t count on it, the mayor pleads
Could certain densely-packed New York City neighborhoods be approaching herd immunity against the coronavirus? See full story.
Will videogames be the Achilles heel for Apple, Google in antitrust investigations?
“This is an inflection point, and the start of a long-running debate on how these platforms push us right to the edge of what we are willing to pay,” James Currier, managing partner at NFX, a Silicon-Valley-based venture capital firm. See full story.
An executive order President Donald Trump signed Aug. 8 calls for distributing an additional $300 in weekly unemployment benefits from a $44 billion fund set aside for disaster relief. See full story.