Financial news on April 12, 2019
Business and Financial news
Now that shopping for the cheapest Model 3 can’t be done online, a reporter set out to find just how difficult the process was. Read more..
Electric utilities welcomed Gavin Newsom’s proposals but consumer groups said they would let PG&E off the hook while costing taxpayers billions of dollars. Read more..
The Social Security Administration used to mail out many more statements each year. Now, it encourages workers to go online. A new report says millions haven’t looked. Read more..
As the situation drags on, the aerospace giant and the airlines that rely on its planes have been scrambling to adjust, and the costs are growing. Read more..
A week after issuing a safety warning about the product, the company said it was taking all 4.7 million units off the market. Read more..
Peter Ashlock has completed 25,000 trips for Uber. As insiders cash in with what may be a $100 billion public offering, he’s on the road to nowhere. Read more..
India’s second-largest airline is out of cash and operating just nine planes. The outlook for a rescue is grim. Read more..
The automaker said its lowest-priced offering would be available only in stores or by phone, just weeks after emphasizing a shift to online sales. Read more..
Conflicting national laws on harmful content could have unintended consequences for the global internet. Read more..
Less than halfway through April, companies have announced plans to close 5,994 stores, above the 5,854 that shut last year. Read more..
Many public servants in the federal loan forgiveness program spot errors in the count of their qualifying payments. Their servicer tells them reviews will take a while. Read more..