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Amid Supply Chain Crunch, Analyst Warns ‘There Will Definitely Be Weeping Children’ During Christmas

The supply chain crunch is starting to threaten holiday shoppers’ wishlists, said financial experts this week.

Costco sets purchase limits on key items

Costco CFO Richard Galanti said on Thursday that Costco is putting purchase limits on "key items," such as toilet paper, paper towels, bottled water and certain cleaning products, according to CNBC.

The Epic v. Google lawsuit finally makes sense

Google pulled every trick it could, an unredacted complaint alleges

Stocks slide as Amazon weighs down tech sector

Amazon Inc.'s revenue topped $100B for third straight quarter.

Pfizer Projects $33 Billion in COVID Vaccine Revenues, Driven by Boosters and Vaccines for Kids

Pfizer hiked its projections for COVID vaccine revenues, telling investors this week it expects booster shots, a vaccine targeting the Delta variant and anticipated authorization of its vaccines for children as young as 6 months will drive revenues higher.

DoJ, FBI Lock up Trump Allies, Forget About Clinton Foundation’s Pay-to-Play Schemes

Although the DoJ and FBI are actively chasing Donald Trump's supporters, they have never demonstrated a similar hardball approach when it came to the Clintons and other establishment politicians, says Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel, who has investigated the Clinton Foundation's alleged fraud for several years.

Report: Trump Org. Removes Weisselberg As CFO After Felony Tax Charges

President Trump's company is examining a shift in its financial leadership after an accusation of tax fraud was leveled against Allen Weisselberg.

Trump Organization CFO surrenders ahead of unsealing of charges in criminal case

Allen Weisselberg, who has served as chief financial officer of the Trump Organization for over two decades, has surrendered to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office to face criminal charges, his lawyer confirmed to the media.

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