Cisco Systems to Lay Off More Than 4,000 Workers in Latest Sign of Tighter Times in Tech

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO—Internet networking pioneer Cisco Systems is jettisoning more than 4,000 employees, joining the parade of technology companies in a trend that has helped boost their profits and stock…

Is Artificial Intelligence Hope? Hype? Or a Market Disaster in the Making?

[ad_1] Commentary When I first moved to New York City in the mid-1970s, cab drivers—or “hacks,” as they were called once— were a skilled profession. The Checker Taxi Cab, once…

The Florida Model for Entrepreneurial Success

[ad_1] Commentary Florida is the most entrepreneurial state in the nation, based on recent research examining the percentage of the population starting a new business, the percentage of start-ups still…

Retail Sales Fall 0.8 Percent in January From December as Shoppers Pause After Strong Holiday Season

[ad_1] NEW YORK—Americans pulled back their spending more than expected in January after the traditional holiday season splurge. Retail sales fell 0.8 percent in January from the strong pace in…

Understated by Feds, Through-the-Roof Housing Inflation Is Crushing Would-Be Homeowners

[ad_1] Commentary Business headlines say that inflation is down, yet countless Americans are struggling, particularly with finding somewhere affordable to live. How do we reconcile these seemingly contradictory notions? First,…

Private US Moon Lander Launched Half Century After Last Apollo Lunar Mission

[ad_1] CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida—A moon lander built by Houston-based aerospace company Intuitive Machines was launched from Florida early on Thursday on a mission to conduct the first U.S. lunar touchdown…

China Hit With $7 Trillion Stock Rout Despite CCP Interventions

[ad_1] Securing stock market stability has emerged as a paramount concern for China’s communist regime. China’s economic landscape has faced considerable challenges over the last year, with disappointing economic indicators…

Texas Oil and Gas Producer to Pay $4 Million Fine Over Alleged Air Pollution

[ad_1] Apache Corporation is also expected to pay an additional $5.5 million to help address the environmental harm caused by its alleged violations. Apache Corporation, an oil and gas producer…

Asian Shares Track Wall Street’s Rebound

[ad_1] BANGKOK—Shares rose in Europe and Asia on Thursday after Wall Street stocks recovered much of their sharp losses from a day before. Oil prices declined. Benchmarks rose in most…

Bayer Fights String of Roundup Trial Losses Including $2.25B Verdict in Philadelphia

[ad_1] PHILADELPHIA—When a Philadelphia jury awarded $2.25 billion in damages this year in a case that linked Roundup to a cable technician’s blood cancer, the verdict became the largest yet…