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Bitcoin and ethereum sink as China intensifies crackdown on cryptocurrencies
CDC chief overrules panel in clearing Pfizer Covid booster shots for front-line workers
U.S. stock futures slide as markets wrap up volatile week
White House prepares for potential shutdown as leaders grapple with crucial deadlines, Biden agenda
Costco brings back purchase limits on toilet paper, cleaning supplies and more
The Quad is rising: Three big predictions from CNBC's project on the U.S.-India-Japan-Australia group
Evergrande stays silent on its $83 million dollar bond interest payment, leaving investors in limbo
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Robinhood, Coinbase, Roku, Nike and more
Here's what will happen when the Fed's 'tapering' starts, and why you should care
U.S. Border Patrol will no longer use horses in Del Rio, Texas, after outrage over treatment of Haitian migrants
Elon Musk says the chip shortage is a ‘short-term' problem
Supplemental Security Income benefits haven't changed in years. Now there's a push in Congress to alter that
Nike shares fall as supply chain havoc leads retailer to slash revenue forecast
The Evergrande crisis may just be a ‘tempest in a teapot,' says analyst
Market bounce back could be a 'bull trap,' trader warns after cutting equity exposure
Ukraine's Naftogaz CEO accuses Russia of using gas as a geopolitical weapon as energy crisis deepens
How decentralized finance works, and why it's taking on Wall Street
Mark Zuckerberg just brought his trusted fix-it-man to the forefront at Facebook
Who's who in Germany's historic election
House committee probing Jan. 6 Capitol riot subpoenas four Trump allies, including Mark Meadows and Steve Bannon
You can now get paid in bitcoin to use Twitter
Evergrande's crisis was 'a long time coming,' says banned short-seller Andrew Left
Covid vaccines don't increase risk of miscarriage or birth defects, CDC says
Europe has ‘limited' direct exposure to Evergrande's debt crisis, Lagarde says
Chip shortage expected to cost auto industry $210 billion in revenue in 2021
China and the U.S. are challenging Europe's role as top tech regulator
Without Merkel, many German voters don't know who to vote for
'I was expecting something more quiet,' Lagarde admits on her ECB top job
America's richest 400 families pay a lower tax rate than average taxpayer
China's pledge to end building coal plants abroad improves Belt and Road's reputation, development bank says

CBC Business

EU sends jolt to Apple's Lightning port with proposed law mandating USB charging for all phones
Boppy baby loungers recalled in U.S. and Canada due to suffocation hazard
Evergrande jitters ebb and flow as company misses key bond payment
2 former SNC-Lavalin execs arrested, charged with fraud and forgery
Vacancy rate hits highest point since 1994 as working from home wallops office demand
Berlin residents to vote in referendum on seizing rentals from corporate landlords
Lululemon reaches exclusive deal to make Canada's official Olympic and Paralympic gear through 2028
U.S. central bank rolls out plan for slowing stimulus this year and rate hikes in 2022
Evergrande strikes deal to meet Chinese bond payment, but foreign dollar investors still up in air
Global economy will suffer as long as rich countries don't help vaccinate poor ones, OECD warns
Fear grips markets as China's Evergrande struggles with massive debt
Prairie ranchers take stock of summer drought as decisions about culling cattle loom
Canadians appear eager to take off for sun destinations despite ongoing COVID-19 challenges
Why you'll pay more for heat this winter; watch out for fake job scams: CBC's Marketplace Cheat Sheet
Why you should care about teetering Chinese real estate company Evergrande
After starting in Edmonton, Teamsters seeking to unionize 8 other Canadian Amazon facilities
France recalls ambassadors to U.S., Australia over submarine deal
Brace yourself for higher heating bills this winter as natural gas prices soar to highest levels in years
Summer travel surge has WestJet and Air Canada asking for volunteer help
Pandemic lumber boom burnt itself out - and consumers poised to benefit now

WSJ Market News

Bitcoin, Nike, Meredith, Carnival: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today
Stock Futures Weaken After Evergrande Payment Deadline Passes
Food-Delivery Investors Get Liquid Courage
Nike Can Handle Vietnam, but Watch China
Crypto Funds Trade in Coins Scrutinized by SEC
China Declares Crypto Transactions Illegal, Sending Bitcoin Lower
Toast Is Hot, but Software Is the Jam
Apollo Unit Backs Hong Kong Insurer FWD's $3 Billion U.S. IPO
China Needs to Kick its Coal Habit at Home, Too
Evergrande Never Received a Warning From Its Auditor
Collectible-Guitar Shares Could Shred Investors
Retirement Savers Love the Backdoor Roth IRA Strategy. It Might Not Last.
Evergrande Bondholders Await Update on Key Interest Payment
Alibaba, Under Beijing Pressure, Moves to Sell Stake in State-Owned Broadcaster
Dow Up More Than 500 Points as Stock Markets Turn Positive for the Week
Car Production Slowdown Hits Palladium Prices
Investors Bet Environmental Fears Will Crunch Commodity Supply, Lifting Prices
America's Cash Might Stay on the Sidelines
Merger Mania Is Only Part of the Solution for Asset Managers
Evergrande Is Only the Latest in a Chain of Chinese Debt Crises

WSJ U.S. Business

Evergrande Auditor Gave Clean Bill of Health Despite Debt
Apple Faces Off With Europe Regulators Over Phone Chargers
CDC Chief Backs Pfizer Boosters for At-Risk Workers in Break With Panel
Some Profitable Companies Would Still Pay No Taxes Under Democrats' Plan
Shipping Chaos Hits Germany's Christmas King
How the U.S. Debt Ceiling Works
Commerce Secretary Aims to Strengthen Ties With China
Economic Growth in U.S. and Europe Slows
Derby's Take: Powell's Muni Bond Holdings Flag Expansive Fed Footprint
Fed Officials See 'Transitory' Inflation Lasting Quite a While
Nike's Revenue Pinched by Supply-Chain Disruptions
Disney Isn't Investigating Handling of Misconduct Claims, After ABC News Boss Urged Inquiry
Costco Sales Rose 17% in Latest Quarter
Federal Regulator Calls for Tougher Power Plant Standards Following Texas Freeze
Barry Diller's IAC in Talks to Buy Magazine Publisher Meredith
Alibaba, Under Beijing Pressure, Moves to Sell Stake in State-Owned Broadcaster
Amazon Faces Headquarters Controversy---This Time in Africa
Dell Plans Buybacks, Provides Post-Spinoff Outlook
British Airways Scraps Plan for New Short-Haul Venture

WSJ Opinion

What Milley Got Right---and Wrong
$3.5 Trillion Is a Phony Number
Biden's Reconciliation Mess
China's Answer to Aukus
Don't Recognize the Same Old Taliban
Joe Biden (D., Socialist)
Scapegoats at the Texas Border
Why Atheists Need Faith
The Destructive Legacy of the Great Society
A Democratic Dole for the Press
Will Americans Blame Biden or Just Feel Sorry for Him?
America Risks an 'Evergrande Moment'
Old Veterans Organizations Are Fading Away
Post-Merkel Germany's Race for the Center

WSJ World News

Trapped Afghan Women Fear Retribution Under Taliban Rule
Evergrande Bondholders Await Update on Key Interest Payment
North Korea Calls Peace-Deal Proposal by South's Moon Jae-in Premature
U.S. Special Envoy for Haiti Resigns in Midst of Migrant Crisis
Haitian Migrants, Rebuffed by U.S.,Cause Crisis for Mexico
Footprints Yield New Clues About the First Americans
Migrant Candidates Face Racism in German Election

BBC Business

China declares all crypto-currency transactions illegal
Evergrande: Investors in the dark over $83m bond payment
Gas crisis leaves Europe searching for solutions
Theranos trial: Elizabeth Holmes took former US general's blood
Mondelez threatens trademark battle over bar's lilac packaging
UK petrol station closures spark lorry driver row
Apple bans Fortnite from App Store during Epic Games legal battle
EU rules to force USB-C chargers for all phones
UK advertising regulator to target greenwashing ads
Taiwan seeks entry into key trade pact before China
Apple threatened Facebook ban over slavery posts on Instagram
Evergrande: Shares in crisis-hit firm jump as debt deadline looms
US economy continues to strengthen despite Delta, says Fed
Changing China: Xi Jinping's effort to return to socialism
Energy firms' collapse hits 1.5 million UK customers
Food firms warn of panic-buying this Christmas
Vauxhall Motors plans Luton job losses amid chip crisis
Covid debt: A baby, job loss - and now eviction
Travel rule change delayed by lateral flow test shortage
The edible insects coming to a supermarket near you
CEO Secrets: 'In my business, you eat what you kill'
German elections: Businesses face future without Merkel
How 'nerd' culture powered through the pandemic
Can apps manage our chronic health conditions?
'Looking back, it was an amazing thing I did'
Gen Z battles to bring back unions, one Starbucks at a time
Why taking up an instrument has struck a chord for so many
CEO Secrets: 'You can run a business and have a baby'
Why even giant ships can't solve the shipping crisis
The pressures - and rewards - of being an influencer

Financial Post

Time running out for these party leaders
Joe Oliver: Conservatives must persuade the electorate, not pander to the left
Global appetite for Canadian commodities remains insatiable with Vancouver port handling record volumes in first half
Childcare plan best hope for boosting Canada's economy
Why populist policies won't fix Canada's economy
Teachers to buy HomeEquity Bank, known for reverse mortgages
Terence Corcoran: Canada joins the long march with Xi to global statism
Oilpatch expects new emissions targets ahead of major climate conference
Financial sector braces for bank tax following Liberal minority win
The 'election about nothing' could become an opportunity for something
Diane Francis: The Liberal electoral anchor will take Canada down with it
Looser fiscal policy on the way if Liberals are to woo 'likely dance partner' NDP
What the election outcome means to the economy, stocks and the loonie
Matthew Lau: It was an election about Trudeau's vanity and people in tinfoil hats
William Watson: Enlightening election facts
Postmortem: 'The best cure for high prices is high prices'
Why the fight against COVID-19 won't end with a high vaccination rate
China wants to join the TPP. What does that mean for Canada?
Forget Asia - businesses that dare to venture into Africa are poised to reap the rewards
What businesses want: To be partners in the recovery no matter who wins the election
CN Rail announces new strategic plan to fend off activist investor
Hottest crypto in town, jobs boom in Alberta and the economics of the election: What people are watching on FP Video
Matthew Lau: The Liberals' woke cheerlessness
Diane Francis: Justin Trudeau's track record of failure
Opinion: Net-zero will be net-painful
'It's been a battle': CP Rail on track to create first North American railway network in hard-fought deal
Peter Shawn Taylor: Round two of 'beer and popcorn' on parties' child-care plans
Joe Oliver: Yes, a Tory minority could govern
TD to open smaller branches with more technology as it 'prunes' retail footprint in U.S.
Inflation surges at fastest pace in two decades in a hot streak that complicates recovery

FT

Evergrande bondholders left in the dark as crucial deadline passes
Cyrus Vance: ‘I have no personal friendship or enemies. It's law'
Coronavirus latest: One-quarter of British shoppers report gaps on supermarket shelves as supply chain disruption grows
China expands crackdown by declaring all crypto activities ‘illegal'
Aukus security pact is ‘insult to a Nato partner', says Merkel's adviser
Credit Suisse dumped Evergrande exposure on risk fears
A Democrat in Trump country: Joe Manchin threatens Biden's spending spree
After Merkel, Germany needs a modernising government
‘I have a lot of questions for you': Elena Ferrante talks to Marina Abramović
IMF chief feels heat from staff and lawmakers over alleged pro-China bias
Trump aides summoned by bipartisan panel over Capitol attack
Chinese booze baron jailed for life in latest warning to tycoons
Sweden's EQT hit by market abuse probe
Chile loses haven status as inflation and populism deter investors
The battle for Afghanistan's libraries

NY Times Biz

Memoir Details How China Keeps Business in Line
Treasury's Janet Yellen Is Being Tested by Debt Limit Fight
China Evergrande Bond Payment Remains Uncertain
China cracks down on cryptocurrency, banning transactions and mining.
Germany Struggles to Stop Online Abuse Ahead of Election
Facebook Comments Can Get Media Firms Sued in Australia
How the Media Repeated ‘Missing White Woman Syndrome' in Petito Case
In Push to Tax the Rich, White House Spotlights Billionaires
Why Electric Cars Could Make American Roads Resemble Cuba
Here Come the Crypto Rules
China Declares All Cryptocurrency Transactions Illegal
U.S. Debt Limit Could Be Reached in Mid-October, Analysts Say
Why Reparations Are Needed to Close the Racial Wealth Gap
Federal Panel Recommends Booster Shots, Opening New Campaign Against the Virus
Residents of 432 Park Sue Developers For $125 Million, Citing Defects
Delta Urges Airlines to Make a National ‘No Fly' List of Problematic Passengers
Catalan Separatist Leader, Carles Puigdemont, Arrested in Italy
Boppy Recalls Millions of Cushions After 8 Reported Infant Deaths
Record Number of Cargo Ships Await Off the California Coast
Biden's Pick for Bank Regulator Worries Banks Are Getting Too Powerful
New Director for Mass MoCA
Turkey's currency hits a new low after a surprise interest rate cut.
What's A ‘Race-Free' Approach to Diagnosing Kidney Disease?
Mo Abudu Isn't Waiting for Permission
Cryptocurrency Regulators Rush To Create First Major Rules
Is the Seller's Market Over?
Who's Buying Evergrande?
E.U. Seeks Common Charger for All Phones, Hurting Apple
Business groups are divided as China seeks self-reliance.
Maryana Iskander, Wikipedia's Next Leader, on Preventing Misinformation

NY Times Econ

Treasury's Janet Yellen Is Being Tested by Debt Limit Fight
In Push to Tax the Rich, White House Spotlights Billionaires
Biden Huddles With Democrats as Divisions Threaten His Agenda
Federal Reserve Signals a Shift Away From Pandemic Support
What Will It Take for Electric Vehicles to Create Jobs, Not Cut Them?
Beyond Evergrande's Troubles, a Slowing Chinese Economy
They Never Could Work From Home. These Are Their Stories.
House Passes Spending Bill and Debt Limit Increase Over G.O.P. Opposition
Google to Spend $2.1 Billion on Manhattan Office Building
Biden's Presidential Agenda Rests on $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill
Why Washington Worries About Stablecoins
Retailers Rethink Pandemic-Battered Manhattan
The Fed will re-examine ethics rules after trades by two officials drew scrutiny.
Retail Sales Rose in August, Highlighting Uneven Consumer Spending
Poverty in U.S. Declined Thanks to Government Aid, Census Report Shows
Should Biden Reappoint Jerome Powell? It Depends on His Theory of Change.
House Democrats' Plan to Tax the Rich Leaves Vast Fortunes Unscathed
How House Democrats Plan to Raise $2.9 Trillion for a Safety Net
In Social Policy Bill, Businesses See a Lot to Like. They Oppose It.
‘Black Capitalism' Promised a Better City for Everyone. What Happened?

Forbes

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