The FTC wants Facebook and Instagram to break up
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On today's show: "Marketplace Tech" host Molly Wood explains what that means for Facebook and other tech giants. Plus, millions of Americans are on the brink of eviction.
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U.S. government, 48 states and districts sue Facebook
Relationship status: it's complicated. The U.S. government, along with 48 states and districts, sued Facebook today, alleging the social media giant bought or killed off its competition, resulting in an illegal monopoly.
Even if someone manages to avoid or recover from an eviction, unpaid rent can have a damaging effect that lasts for years.
Businesses in tech, finance, insurance and law are planning to let employees WFH after the pandemic ends.
Most major airlines have dropped most ticket change fees, but lodging refund policies are more of a patchwork.
After a dark year, New York City Accountant Michael Durant says he’s “starting to see light at the end of the tunnel.”