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Marley Jay

Marley Jay is a business news reporter for NBC News Digital.

Marley Jay is a business news reporter for NBC News Digital.

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Trial of former FTX head Sam Bankman-Fried set to begin Tuesday

Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of FTX, is headed to court Tuesday for the start of his trial on fraud and money-laundering charges. Here’s what we know going into it.
3d ago

Labor movements are gaining momentum in the U.S. What happens when the dust settles?

Worker strikes have been in the news more in recent years. From the UAW to UPS, railroad workers and more. Experts weigh in on what comes next.

UAW reveals newest strike locations at GM and Ford amid ongoing fight with Detroit's Big Three

UAW autoworkers have been striking dozens of General Motors, Ford and Stellantis auto plants since mid-September in an effort to secure a new contract.
5d ago

A government shutdown wouldn't stop air travel, but it could make it worse

Travelers who are planning to take a flight after October 1st should be wary of the ways airport wait times and air travel can be affected by a government shutdown.

What happens to Social Security payments if the government shuts down

If the federal government shuts down Sunday, numerous publicly funded agencies will stop work and their employees won't be paid, but Social Security checks will still go out.

Rite Aid chain reportedly could sell up to 500 stores in bankruptcy plan

Rite Aid bankruptcy, drugstore business, opioid painkillers
8d ago

SEC charges 'Cash Flow King' podcaster in $11 million Ponzi scheme

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged "The Cash Flow King" podcaster Matthew Motil in connection with an $11 million Ponzi scheme.
11d ago

48,000 mattresses sold at Costco may have been exposed to mold, regulators say

Consumer product recall, Novaform ComfortGrande mattress, Novaform DreamAway mattress, mold exposure, FXI

Amazon will start putting ads in Prime Video in push to increase revenues

Amazon Prime Video with ads, streaming video on demand, Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Peacock prices.