Dow Drops More Than 1,100 Points Over Two DaysThe Dow dropped back into a correction on Friday as worries about a trade war with China intensified. The exchange has lost more than 1,100 points in two days.
From Service Dogs To A Prosthetic Arm, Apple Proposes 13 Disability EmojisThe proposed emojis include an ear with a hearing aid, a person in a wheelchair, a prosthetic arm, a service dog and a person with a cane.
Advertisers Are Turning Up The Heat On FacebookA potential revolt by advertisers represents a major threat to Facebook.
Elon Musk Deletes Facebook Accounts For Tesla And SpaceXElon Musk just nonchalantly erased Tesla and SpaceX from the world's most popular social media platform.
Craigslist Closes Personals Sections In US Americans looking for love or companionship on Craigslist can't make a connection.
Lyft Offers Free Rides To March For Our Lives ParticipantsRide-hailing service Lyft will offer free rides to those attending the March for Our Lives rallies this weekend.
Wall Street Nervous About A Trade War; Dow Sinks More Than 700 Points Trade war fears are rattling Wall Street as President Trump prepares a crackdown on China. The Dow dropped more than 600 points on Thursday, underlining growing concerns among investors about looming tariffs on China.
Facebook's Sandberg Cites 'Huge Breach Of Trust' In ScandalFacebook's No. 2 executive Sheryl Sandberg said in an interview she was sorry the company let so many people down.
PG&E To Switch Off Power Lines During Times Of Extreme Fire DangerPacific Gas & Electric Co. says it will start switching off power at times of extreme fire danger to reduce the risk of sparks.
Entire Raiders Project In Las Vegas To Exceed $2 BillionThe entire project that the Oakland Raiders are undertaking in Las Vegas, including a new stadium, training facility and headquarters, will cost more than $2 billion.
Facebook's Stock Drops After Zuckerberg ApologizesMark Zuckerberg's apology didn't stop the bleeding on Wall Street.
Citigroup Restricts Gun Sales By Business CustomersCitigroup is putting new restrictions on how and when its corporate clients can sell guns.