U.S. stocks slipped from their record heights Tuesday as investors wait to hear whether the Federal Reserve will give any clue about when it may let up on its massive support for markets.
Ikea was fined $1.3 million on Tuesday for spying on its French workers — and two of the furniture retailer’s former executives were convicted over the creepy operation.
The UK might soon be reliant on electric vehicles imported from abroad, warns an influential group.
Tuition and fees now make up the bulk of university revenue, a major shift in recent years.
Eight people were shot Tuesday morning at a gathering in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood on the South Side, with four of the victims dead at the scene and at least two others in critical condition, according to Chicago police.
Food delivery apps that create alternative phone numbers for their restaurant clients so they can take a cut of telephone food orders may soon need to start disclosing the practice in the Big Apple, The Post has learned.