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IBM suspends ads on X after ads appeared next to pro-Nazi content: 'Unacceptable situation'

IBM said Thursday it had immediately suspended all advertising on Elon Musk-owned X after a report found its ads were placed next to content promoting Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party.

California sheriff rips 'out-of-touch' retail executives for not doing more to thwart shoplifting: 'Don't have the guts'

Sheriff Jim Cooper blamed an uptick in blatant theft in recent years on "out-of-touch" executives at big box retailers who refuse to use their deep pockets to campaign for change.

James Comey writing a murder mystery about a hedge fund — and it sounds a lot like Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater

The book is called “Westport,” a posh Connecticut town which, it turns out, is not only where the headquarters of the fictional Saugatuck hedge fund lies, but also that of...

Ken Griffin takes jab at Bidenomics: 'American public knows things aren’t working in this economy for them'

Billionaire Citadel CEO Ken Griffin bashed President Joe Biden's Bidenomics agenda for under-delivering on its promises.

Pressure mounts on FDIC chief over handling of sexual misconduct allegations

Controversy has erupted after reports the FDIC had failed to eradicate widespread harassment in its workforce.

NYC Airbnb hosts on brink of foreclosure following city clampdown: report

“People don’t want to stay in a shared space.”

Amazon to start selling Hyundai cars online next year

Customers will be able to shop for, equip and buy a car at and schedule delivery through a local Hyundai dealer, the companies said.

US lawmakers want Tim Cook to explain if China is reason Apple canceled Jon Stewart podcast

Cook was among several high-powered business executives who paid tens of thousands of dollars to dine with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday.

Walmart shares tumble after warning about weak holiday sales

Shoppers are "still very choiceful and using discretion," and are waiting for promotional events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Walmart's finance chief said.

UAW workers approve labor deal with General Motors

Attention now shifts to ongoing voting at Ford and Chrysler parent Stellantis.

Anheuser-Busch's marketing chief to finally exit after Bud Light's Dylan Mulvaney fiasco

Anheuser-Busch's US marketing chief plans to resign as the brewer continues to grapple with sharp sales drops following its disastrous Bud Light campaign with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney. Benoit Garbe,...

John Oliver's HBO show went dark in Israel because of 'technical mishap': TV firm

An Israeli satellite television company on Thursday blamed a technical glitch for the reason it did not not air the most recent episode of John Oliver’s HBO show -- in...

TikTok shredded as influencers promote Osama bin Laden's 'terrorist propaganda' tirade dubbed 'Letter to America' after 9/11 attacks

The Guardian pulled down the text of Osama bin Laden's 'letter to America' after it went viral.

Candace Owens slams 'emotionally unhinged' Ben Shapiro as Israel feud escalates

Owens on Wednesday took to social media to respond to Shapiro, the co-founder of The Daily Wire who urged her to quit the right-leaning news outlet.

Elon Musk sparks backlash after endorsing antisemitic post that Jews promote 'hatred against whites'

Elon Musk found himself in hot water after endorsing an antisemitic post on X saying Jewish communities promote "dialectical hatred against whites" as "the absolute truth."

Apple CEO Tim Cook spends $40K on Xi Jinping dinner, Elon Musk attends $2K reception

Xi Jinping is in San Francisco this week, and five deep-pocketed US business moguls reportedly spent $40,000 each to dine at the same table as the Chinese president. Following an...

NYC's Le Bernardin nabs No. 1 spot on list of world's best 1,000 restaurants

La Liste’s recognition of Le Bernardin followed the Michelin Guide’s recent renewal of the restaurant’s coveted three-star rating.

Starbucks workers at hundreds of US stores walk out on Red Cup day

The walkout comes on the coffee chain's Red Cup Day event, during which Starbucks hands out free red-colored, reusable, holiday-themed cups to customers on their coffee purchases.

James Dolan looks to land Beyoncé to light up Las Vegas Sphere — but it could cost at least $10M: sources

The "Single Ladies" singer's manager-mom, Tina Knowles, as well as Bey's husband, Jay-Z, have taken separate tours of the $2.3 billion venue on the Las Vegas Strip, sources told The...

CNN lags behind Fox News, MSNBC in ratings despite Israel-Hamas war coverage

Fox News, which shares common ownership with The Post, maintained its dominance in the three-way cable news ratings race.