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Business Report: Wall Street claims the ‘Nasdaq Whale’ is back to pushing up tech stocks

October 4, 2020 - Stocks plunge after wild ride as fears linger over Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis
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Wall Street claims the 'Nasdaq Whale' is back to pushing up tech stocks
The colorful Japanese billionaire behind the summer's unexpected tech rally — and subsequent declines — appears to be up to his old tricks. Masayoshi Son, the 63-year-old founder and CEO…
Stocks plunge after wild ride as fears linger over Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis
Stocks went on a wild roller coaster ride Friday after President Trump announced via tweet the...
Airbnb blocks some Halloween rentals to crack down on parties
Airbnb will prohibit one-night rentals over Halloween weekend as part of its ongoing effort to crack...
Twitter to fix AI system that cut black people from photos
Twitter is making changes to its artificial intelligence system as it investigates why it sometimes cut...
Final TikTok deal could be delayed until after November election
TikTok's clock is moving awfully slow. Negotiations to keep the video-sharing app alive in the US...
Morgan Stanley officially closes all-stock E*Trade takeover deal
Morgan Stanley has closed its acquisition of discount brokerage E*Trade, the investment bank announced Friday. The...
Uber's logistics arm is now valued at over $3.3 billion
Uber Freight, the ride-hail giant's logistics arm, is now worth more than $3 billion after a...
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