Stock-index futures point to a lower start Monday, with concerns about the global spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 getting much of the blame as investors prepared for another big week of corporate earnings. See full story.
Prices are soaring and Americans aren’t happy about it. Don’t worry, says the Fed.
Americans aren’t happy about higher inflation and how much it’s costing them, but not to worry the Federal Reserve says. Here’s why (and why the Fed might be too lax). See full story.
Tesla unveils $199-a-month Full Self-Driving subscription plan — but there’s a catch
Tesla Inc. has unveiled a $199-a-month subscription plan for its Full Self-Driving package, rather than a $10,000 up-front fee, but it could come with an added cost for some drivers. See full story.
Facebook refutes White House criticism over vaccine misinformation, decries ‘finger pointing’
After coming under fire from President Joe Biden and the U.S. surgeon general, who both said last week that misinformation on social media is killing Americans, Facebook Inc. had a blunt response over the weekend: Don’t blame us. See full story.
What does a mature streaming service look like? Netflix is about to show us
Netflix Inc. proved to the world that streaming video could be a big business. Now it will show the world what that business looks like when it hits maturity. See full story.
Although they seem to be getting scarce, there’s still quite a few good cars for drop-top driving. These range in price from $26,830 to $53,900. See full story.