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A Ponzi Scheme by Any Other Name: The Bursting of China Property Bubble

Only state intervention can save the day, but the pain is likely to fall on ordinary citizens, say observers

Rate the Room — The early history of rating credit in America

One new and uniquely American source of information appeared in the wake of the financial crisis of 1837: credit reporting. Instead of continuing to rely on their own informal sources of...

Elon Musk May Lose a Lot in Three Days

Elon Musk is the richest man in the world. The tech tycoon has important appointments at the end of September. The appointments could have a considerable impact on the empire he is building. It's...

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The U.S. Is Running Short of Land for Housing

Rancher Robert Thomas's family owns about 11,000 acres of ranchland northeast of Tampa, Fla. His grandfather, who owned newspapers and ran a minerals-exploration business, bought much of it for 10...

New minimum tax could hit Berkshire Hathaway and Amazon hardest, study shows

The 15% minimum tax would impact around 78 companies, with Berkshire Hathaway and Amazon paying the most. President Joe Biden signed the tax into law, along with the rest of the Inflation...

Shots fired in Chuck E. Cheese parking lot during altercation in Florida

Police in Florida are investigating an incident where shots were fired outside of a Chuck E. Cheese. The sheriff's office received multiple calls about shots fired near the Hillsborough County...

British Prime Minister to seek negotiated solution over Northern Ireland

U.S. President Joe Biden has warned against disrupting peace in the region. British Prime Minister Liz Truss is seeking a negotiated solution with the European Union. The Northern Ireland protocol...

Atlanta Fed President Bostic expects job losses but says there's a really good chance to get to 2% inflation without...

Raphael Bostic is the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He said job losses could be "smaller than what we've seen in other situations" The nation's central bank hiked the targeted...

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tests positive for COVID-19 for second time in less than 2 months

Pfizer Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in less than two months. Bourla said he was feeling well and symptom-free. "While we’ve made great progress,...

Google CEO says employees shouldn't 'equate fun with money’

Google CEO Sundar Pichai made the comments during a company-wide town hall event last week. Employees complained that Google was restricting benefits for travel, as well as on-site entertainment...

Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway Could Be Among Top Payers of New Minimum Tax

Fewer than 80 publicly traded U.S. companies would have paid any corporate minimum tax in 2021. Amazon and Warren Buffett’s conglomerate could have paid half of the estimated $32 billion in...

How Bryan Lourd became one of the most powerful people in the history of Hollywood

Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav met with Hollywood's elite to learn about the industry. Bob Iger, Bob Daley, Ari Emanuel and Bryan Lourd were among those he met with. Zasav is the...

Pound sinks as investors question huge tax cuts

The pound has fallen to a fresh 37-year low against the dollar. Financial markets reacted to the biggest tax cutting moves in 50 years. The pound is down 0.3% against the US dollar, 0.4% against...

Italy Holds Elections as Economic Clouds Gather

A right-wing coalition is widely expected to win a comfortable majority in Parliament. A result that would likely pave the way for Giorgia Meloni, a politician with a far-right background, to...

The 6 best business books of the year examine Silicon Valley, Chinese tech giants and even murder

The New York Times' 2022 Business Book of the Year shortlist has been announced. The six finalists will be published between Nov. 16, 2021 and Nov. 15, 2022. Last year's winner was "This Is How...

In Brexit's Wake, U.K. Still Lacks Trade Deal With U.S

One of the big dividends of Brexit was supposed to be a U.K. trade deal with the U.S. That isn’t happening soon, further adding to the woes of the British economy. Britain's economy is beset by...

Exclusive: Italy and Intel pick Veneto as preferred region for new chip plant

The Italian plant would create up to 5,000 jobs, Intel said. It is part of a wider plan announced by the U.S. chipmaker last March to invest as much as 80 billion euros ($77.5 billion) over the...

These stable value stocks are holding up this year and pay solid dividends

After a vicious week for stocks CNBC Pro found some stable value names that pay healthy dividends. These stocks are at least flat on the year, have a three-year beta of less than 0.99 and a...

Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million

Each week, we look at recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region. The “list price” is the asking price when the property came on the market with the most recent broker....

The Fed Appears More Optimistic Than Some Investors. Here’s Why

The Fed Appears More Optimistic Than Some Investors. Here’s Why. The Fed appears more Optimistic than Some Investors, Here”s why. the Fed appears Moreoptimistic than some Investors. It appears...

Pushing East of Kupyansk, Ukrainian Forces Expand Offensive

The grain elevator was supposed to be defended by soldiers from an elite Russian unit. But when troops from Ukraine’s International Legion moved to seize the compound, the expected firefight never...

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