Elon Musk, SEC get 1-week extension to resolve contempt dispute

A Manhattan federal judge is giving Elon Musk and the Securities and Exchange Commission more time to work out a resolution to their dispute about whether the Tesla Inc. chief executive should be found in contempt of court.

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Howard Gold’s No-Nonsense Investing: Even 75% of Americans in the best 401(k) plans won’t have enough to retire

Many workers don’t save enough for retirement or undermine themselves — still, there are a few fixes.

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Tim Mullaney: Barr says Mueller probe undermined Trump’s presidency — no, Trump did that all by himself

When it counted, Trump could be counted on to put himself first, and America last, says Tim Mullaney.

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Facebook now says ‘millions’ of Instagram passwords were exposed internally

Facebook Inc. said Thursday that a security incident that exposed Instagram passwords internally was significantly worse than first thought.

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Neiman Marcus, H&M join growing list of brands that are tapping the secondhand market

More shoppers are buying secondhand goods, and brands are getting in on the action rather than leaving that business to thrift and consignment stores.

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Market Extra: Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq near records but stock-market volumes are the lowest in months — Here’s why

A recent resurgence for stocks after a more than six-month corrective hiatus has many market participants questioning its durability, with trading volumes holding near the lowest levels of 2019.

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Was there a Beyoncé bump in applications to black colleges? It’s too early to tell, but ‘Homecoming’ definitely had an impact

The documentary about her Coachella performance is now on Netflix.

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Market Snapshot: Stocks rise as investors cheer retail sales data, pore over fresh earnings

Stocks are on the rise as investors continue to examine the flow of corporate earnings and new retail sales

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UBS Wealth closes U.S. equity overweight, favors emerging stocks

UBS Global Wealth Management has closed its overweight position in U.S. equities and shifted to an overweight in emerging market and Japanese stocks, it said on Thursday.

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