News for Tuesday, April 23, 2019: Sri Lanka attack plus Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes wins a round in court and Trump plans a state visit to the United Kingdom.
GM and Ford, which will report earnings before the end of April, are counting on their luxury brand strategies to boost sales.
A new report from the American Legislative Exchange Council ranks some of United States' high-tax states at the bottom when it comes to economic outlook.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy wants to legalize recreational marijuana and tackle the state's public pension crisis.
A new report from ING group says U.S. companies could unlock $4.5 trillion of additional economic output, in just 11 years, if they institute a circular economic model.
Irving Picard, the Madoff trustee overseeing the clawback of funds stolen by Bernie Madoff, announced on Yahoo Finance's Midday Movers, that a motion is being filed in federal bankruptcy court seeking approval to distribute an additional $419 million to Madoff victims.
“I pick up the cell phone, in the classroom, and the conversation was, Ike, I need your help. I’m handcuffed to a chair at FBI Headquarters.”
Even on the outs, former white house chief strategist Steve Bannon hints he has the inside scoop.