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Nov 02 2023
Seventy-four days before the Iowa caucuses, the biggest donor set in America is still undecided on the Republican presidential field, leaving millions up for grabs in what is expected to be the most expensive election ever.
While Democratic backers like George Soros have targeted their giving to the Biden Victory Fund, financiers on the other side of the aisle are still casting aboutSemafor
Dec 13 2023
Sep 18 2018
In an unsigned editorial Tuesday morning, The Wall Street Journal editorial board wrote this about the planned Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on sexual assault allegations made by California professor Christine Blasey Ford against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh:
"This is simply too distant and uncorroborated a story to warrant a new hearing or to delay a vote. We've heardCNN (Opinion)
Apr 17 2023
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) traveled to New York on Monday to warn Wall Street that the federal government could fail to pay its bills this year, potentially roiling financial markets.
McCarthy has vowed Republicans won’t allow the government to borrow more money to make bond payments and cover basic expenses unless President Joe Biden agrees to a set of Republican demandsHuffPost
Dec 04 2023
Alaska Air Group Inc. shares sank after it said it would acquire Hawaiian Holdings Inc. for $1.9 billion in cash and debt, in the latest attempt to consolidate the US aviation industry despite regulatory headwinds. Alaska shares fell as much as 19% in New York on Monday. Shares of Hawaiian rose as high as $14.20, almost tripling after the deal’s announcement on Sunday but still below the $18Spokesman Review
Jan 18 2024
JetBlue's failed $3.8 billion merger could send Spirit Airlines into bankruptcy, Wall Street analysts warn
Spirit Airlines hasn’t made money since before the pandemic, ticket sales haven’t bounced back as quickly as the carrier expected, and dozens of its planes will be grounded at times this year because of a problem with the engines. A sale to JetBlue represented a lifeline for Spirit, which faces $1.1 billion in debt maturing next year. But a federal judge in Boston scuttled that plan by rulingFortune
Jun 21 2023
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito responded to a ProPublica (Lean Left bias) inquiry about possible ethics violations by writing a Wall Street Journal (Lean Right) op-ed refuting the claims.
What ProPublica Said: In a story published after Alito's op-ed, ProPublica said he appeared to violate "a federal law that requires justices to disclose most gifts" by not reporting a 2008 tripProPublica Forbes Wall Street Journal (Opinion)
Oct 12 2023
Oct 12 (Reuters) - Shares of Birkenstock (BIRK.N) dropped 6% on Thursday, deepening losses after the German luxury sandal seller stumbled the day before in its Wall Street debut. In its first session on Wall Street on Wednesday, Birkenstock tumbled over 12% from the $46 price set in its initial public offer, raising $1.48 billion. It had aimed to price the IPO for as much as $49 a share. LastReuters
Jun 13 2023
Analysts from some of Wall Street's top research shops have conflicting views on whether this market has horns.
The big picture: Expectations that the Fed will pause rate hikes, better-than-expected earnings, and growing hype about AI have all contributed to a rise of more than 20% for the S&P 500 from its October low.
Some say that should count as the start of a new bullAxios