A U.S. judge has lifted an order that required the Los Angeles Times to remove information from an article about a court document that was meant to be kept from the public
Amazon Prime Day 2018 had a bumpy start...heavy traffic on the site caused it to crash and left customers frustrated. Despite the technical glitches, according to estimates from Feedadvisor spending jumped 89 percent in the first 12 hours, on the app and website, compared to the same time last year. And this year Prime customers have Whole Foods deals added into the mix, and an extra 6 hours to shop. Amazon doesn't disclose past Prime Day revenue but sales for the event are projected to shatter last year's total by 40%. And in addition to Prime Day news Amazon Web Services has re-upped its partnership with major league baseball.
Business Insider reports that Goldman Sachs is down by 1% to $229.16 a share Tuesday. This after the bank reported better-than-expected earnings and named its new CEO. Earnings per share came in at $5.98, far better than Wall Street's expected $4.66. Revenue was $9.4 billion, beating estimates of $8.74 billion. Management also noted that there is a transaction backlog in investment banking. The backlog was much more than in the previous quarter.
San Francisco voters will decide in November whether to tax large businesses to pay for homeless and housing services in a city struggling with income inequality
World stock markets are mostly lower as investors looked ahead to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony to Congress for clues on U.S. interest rates.
Target has announced its own mega website sale with “no membership required.” The chain is is even hosting their one-day sale on the same day as Amazon Prime Day. Target is touting the lack of membership requirements in its sale as in the case of Amazon, deals are only available to Prime members. At Target’s sale, if you spend over $100, one can also qualify for free six-month membership in their their same-day shipping program.
A deadly wildfire near Yosemite National Park has shrouded the popular destination in smoke, but tourists could still use all trails, campgrounds, lodges and restaurants
Hollis Johnson/Business Insider IHOP is launching delivery at 300 locations across the United States on Tuesday. The chain partnered with DoorDash to offer delivery and plans to roll out the service at up to 700 locations by the end of the year. IHOP is also serving a short stack of pancakes for just $0.60 on Tuesday, to celebrate the chain's 60th anniversary. You can now order IHOP pancakes — and burgers — from the comfort of your couch.