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Opinion | Twitter’s Lawsuit Against Elon Musk Looks Like a Loser

Twitter has sued Elon Musk, seeking to compel him to buy the company for $54.20 a share....

Opinion | Boycotting Israel Isn’t Free Speech

June was a terrible month for the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. On June 22, in Arkansas Times...

Opinion | Justice Sotomayor’s Class-Action Consolation Prize

The Supreme Court last week ruled 8-1 (Viking River Cruises v. Moriana) that California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA)—aka...

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Walmart sales are up, but it’s flashing a warning sign about buying habits

Walmart ended its fiscal year with strong sales numbers but joined a chorus of large direct-to-consumer businesses in warning that Americans are pulling...

Black, Hispanic homebuyers pay higher interest rates on average, even as ownership levels hit new peaks

Significantly more Americans own a home now than a decade ago, but the disparity between Black homeownership rates and those of other racial...

Call of Duty League team owner suing Activision Blizzard for $680 million

Rodriguez — whose company owned and operated the Call of Duty League’s OpTic Texas team — and now-retired OpTic player Seth “Scump” Abner...

One of the last small-ish Android phones looks like it’s going the way of the iPhone Mini

As phone sizes trended upward, one small device stood its ground year after year: the Asus Zenfone. That appears to be changing soon,...

Economist soothes UK legislators: No big fiscal crisis coming—except for in the U.S.

The U.S. is in danger of a fiscal crisis erupting after a ballooning in deficits in recent years, according to Olivier Blanchard, a...