Stocks extend losses after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell says it would be appropriate to consider a faster taper of asset purchases next month. See full story.
WHO urges calm approach to omicron variant of COVID, warns travel restrictions may undermine surveillance and tracking
The World Health Organization called for a calm, measured approach to the new variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 on Tuesday, cautioning against restrictions on travel that might lead to a weakening of surveillance and tracking. See full story.
For Giving Tuesday, this Harvard-designed donation tool helps you maximize your impact
The Giving Multiplier was invented by Harvard researchers who realized that philosophical arguments about 'effective altruism' don’t resonate with everyone. See full story.
Jack Dorsey didn’t change Twitter’s trajectory. What happens now?
Twitter Inc. co-founder Jack Dorsey leaves behind an improved company since his heralded return in 2015, but it wasn't good enough for Wall Street, which has high hopes for its incoming CEO. See full story.
Premiums, deductibles and copays will be higher—Medicare changes for 2022
As Medicare enrollees contemplate their choices for 2022, here are overall Medicare changes to keep in mind. See full story.
The Federal Trade Commission released a report on the myriad of online scams and how thieves get their virtual hooks into would-be victims. See full story.