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Albertsons customers can expect higher prices and "spotty" availability of foods, but the CEO insisted the effects are manageable.
Facebook's VP of communications issues a series of tweets on Monday decrying what he says are a series of upcoming articles based on additional leaked documents.
Portuguese and Spanish authorities have seized 5.7 tons of cocaine from a sailboat on the high seas and arrested three suspects, in Portugal's largest drug bust in 15 years and a world-record haul from a sailboat, police said on Monday.
The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to block the Texas law banning most abortions while the fight over the measure's constitutionality plays out in the courts.
Yahoo Finance's Jennifer Schonberger breaks down what to know about the Bitcoin futures ETF set to trade on the NYSE.
“If you see me, please just give me a fist bump and say a prayer that I can return from being 82 years old to acting like I’m 12."
Taking a look at Monday's four game NHL slate.
Alberta held a referendum on Monday asking whether Canada should remove a commitment to redistribute wealth among provinces from its constitution, but the vote envisioned by Premier Jason Kenney as a tool to gain leverage with Ottawa could backfire against the deeply unpopular leader. The nonbinding referendum on equalization payments fulfills Kenney's 2019 election promise to stand up for Canada's main oil-producing province. The vote taps into a refrain among core supporters of Kenney's United Conservative Party (UCP) - that Alberta, whose oil sands make Canada the world's fourth-largest crude producer, is unfairly treated by other provinces despite helping power the Canadian economy.
When news broke on Friday evening that the White House is cutting the Clean Electricity Performance Program (CEPP) from President Biden’s budget to appease Sen. Joe Manchin, the centrist West Virginia Democrat, environmental experts were quick to identify the global implications for the forthcoming United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
The U.S. markets functioned well during January's GameStop volatility, while short selling was not the main cause of the unprecedented rise in the 'meme stock,' according to a long-awaited Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) report. The report published on Monday provides a post-mortem into how amateur traders using commission-free retail brokerages drove shares in GameStop and other popular meme stocks to extreme highs, squeezing hedge funds that had bet against them. Despite the extraordinary series of events, the SEC concluded that the basic plumbing of the market remained "sound," an SEC official said.
Macy's shares surged as much 18% today as investors imagine what a spinoff of the department store's e-commerce business could mean.
The artist formerly known as Kanye West is now officially Ye.
Alaska Airlines has become the latest major airline to enter corporate investing with the launch of a new venture capital arm, dubbed Alaska Star Ventures, as the aviation industry looks to emerging technologies to help decarbonize air travel. Alaska Star Ventures’ first investment, to the tune of $15 million, is in Los Angeles-based UP.Partners’ inaugural venture fund. The $230 million early-stage fund will focus on mobility technologies and has garnered additional investment from Woven Capital, the investment arm of Toyota Motor’s Woven Planet Group; Standard Industries; Hillwood; and OSM Maritime.
The SEC released a 45-page report on Monday offering no specific policy recommendations following the early 2021 frenzy over GameStop stock.
The head of Lebanon's Hezbollah said Monday that his Iran-backed movement has 100,000 "trained" and "armed" fighters at its disposal, speaking after deadly violence in Beirut last week.
R "Ray" Wang, Constellation Research Principal Analyst & Founder, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the latest product releases from Apple ahead of the holiday season.
Over the last several decades, worker compensation has lagged well behind productivity and CEO pay rose sharply in comparison to that of the average worker. But labor activists say pandemic-related shutdowns and relief programs such as the expanded unemployment insurance and stimulus payments gave Americans a chance to assess their situations.
Nintendo doesn't discount its own games, but Amazon has a few deals you can take advantage of this week.
Martha Montoya, Agtools CEO, talks about how supply chain snags are hitting the equipment needed for U.S. agriculture.
What was always going to be a memorable wedding nearly took a turn for the worse.