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Dow rebounds 1,167 points a day after suffering…

Reuters / Brendan McDermid US stocks surged on Tuesday, a day after suffering their worst decline since the depths of the financial crisis. Trading was choppy as investors weighed the possible timing of a government…

Robinhood maxed out its entire $200 million line…

Robinhood Robinhood, the popular commission-free trading app, maxed out its $200 million credit line this month as markets swung violently, Bloomberg reported Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the matter. The move to draw the full…

Trump is reportedly seeking to waive payroll taxes…

Associated Press President Trump told Republican senators on Tuesday that he wants to institute a payroll tax holiday until the end of the November election, according to Bloomberg News. Three people familiar with the comments…

Smartphones of the rich and famous are just…

No Gmail, no App Store — using an ultra-secure smartphone is like 'taking a step back into the 1990s' Purism is So-called "hardened" phones, like Purism's Librem 5 phone and Communitake's IntactPhone, have a variety…

Target coronavirus plan is to limit purchases, clean…

Target CEO Brian Cornell posted a message to customers on Tuesday saying the company is implementing new cleaning procedures and staffing up its online services in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Target is limiting purchases…

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Tesla employees say car factory was run better…

Tesla has pushed the boundaries of electric-vehicle engineering and technology, but it has struggled with manufacturing. Interviews with 42 current and former Tesla employees depicted the company as one that has cared more about production…

5 charts that reveal the stunning depth of…

Bryan R Smith/Reuters The convergence of escalating coronavirus fears and an oil-price war has driven market activity not seen since the financial crisis. Monday, March 9 featured a particularly vicious bout of volatility as theS&P…