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Take a Tour of Michael Jordan's Chicago Mansion That's Been on the Market for 10 Years and Why He Can't Sell it
Michael Jordan has tried to sweeten the pot by cutting the price nearly in half and throwing in a complete set of Air Jordans with the purchase of the house.
The unemployment rate fell to 3.5%, landing below the 3.6% forecast.
Bezos' yacht was moved from a Dutch shipyard before dawn Tuesday, likely to avoid local attention.
Japan held its top rank for the fifth year running, with access to 193 destinations without a visa.
Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macro, told clients "the next few months will be very tough" for the housing market.
I'm a 'Cart Girl' On a Golf Course. I Make Good Money and the Tips are Steady, But Customers Can Get Handsy.
She's grown her TikTok audience to over 35,000 followers by sharing her job experience.
Elon Musk Dumped 75% of Tesla's Bitcoin Last Quarter, and Wants Out of His Deal to Buy Twitter. Plunging Asset Prices and Recession Fears May Explain Why
The Tesla CEO is also trying to renege on his $44 billion agreement to buy Twitter.
Uber Will Pay Over $2 Million to Disabled Riders After Charging Them With Waiting Fees, and It Might Have to Pay Millions More
Uber reached a settlement with the DOJ agreeing to pay over $2 million to affected riders.
'TikTok Got Me Fired.' Her Job in the Tech Industry Was Short-Lived After the Company Found Her Videos Discussing Salary.
Lexi Larson says she was fired after posting TikTok videos about her job.
Twitter said in May it was pausing most hiring and backfilling, aside for business-critical roles.
In a sworn declaration filed in a Texas court, Roosevelt Jointer said he was given no warning he'd be laid off.
The FBI is Offering a $100,000 Reward for Missing Bulgarian 'Cryptoqueen' and Has Added Her to Its Top 10 Most-Wanted List
The FBI is offering up to $100,000 for information leading to Ruja Ignatova's arrest.
Mark Zuckerberg Told Meta Staff He's Upping Performance Goals to Get Rid of Employees Who 'Shouldn't Be Here,' Report Says
Zuckerberg said he hoped this would cause some employees to leave.
The brand gained popularity in 2017 but has since tumbled in valuation.
Doug Herrington will replace Dave Clark as CEO of Worldwide Amazon Stores.