Major Cyberattack Shuts Down Crucial U.S. Pipeline

Major Cyberattack Shuts Down Crucial U.S. Pipeline

A few keystrokes are all it takes. All of a sudden, your most private information is in the hands of criminals. Your most personal information, banking details, social security numbers, your children’s information. Yet, we’re still not prepared as it gets worse. Not...

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Here’s How to Trade the Chicken Sandwich War of 2021

Here’s How to Trade the Chicken Sandwich War of 2021

The last major “chicken war” was in August 2019. Popeyes and Chick-fil-A got into a fight over whose chicken tasted better. Then Wendy’s jumped in, tweeting, “Y’all fighting here about which of these fools has the second best chicken sandwich?” Chickens were running...

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Amazon raises $1 billion sustainable bond for climate, social causes

Amazon raises $1 billion sustainable bond for climate, social causes

By Kate Duguid and Simon Jessop NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc issued its first sustainability bond on Monday, raising $1 billion to invest in renewable energy, clean transport, greener buildings and affordable housing. The world's biggest company joins a...

Top U.S. fuel pipeline remains days from reopening after cyberattack

Top U.S. fuel pipeline remains days from reopening after cyberattack

By Stephanie Kelly and Devika Krishna Kumar NEW YORK (Reuters) -America's biggest gasoline pipeline will not resume full operations for several more days due to a ransomware cyberattack blamed on a shadowy criminal network called DarkSide. The attack on the Colonial...

U.S. pipeline hackers say their aim is cash, not chaos

U.S. pipeline hackers say their aim is cash, not chaos

By Raphael Satter and Joseph Menn WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -The ransomware gang accused of crippling the leading U.S. fuel pipeline operator said on Monday that it never meant to create havoc, an unusual statement that experts saw as a sign the...

U.S. stocks retreat from record high, dollar near 10-week low

U.S. stocks retreat from record high, dollar near 10-week low

By Koh Gui Qing NEW YORK (Reuters) -U.S. stocks fell on Monday and the Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped back from a record high, as worries about accelerating inflation dragged on shares and hobbled the dollar, which struggled at a 10-week low. U.S. equities'...

Occidental Petroleum loss narrows as crude prices rebound

Occidental Petroleum loss narrows as crude prices rebound

(Reuters) - Occidental Petroleum Corp on Monday beat Wall Street expectations as it posted a smaller first-quarter adjusted loss than the year prior, boosted by higher crude prices and profits in chemicals and marketing. The company, like many of its peers, has...

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