|Uber Tries Compromise With London Regulators|
Uber Technologies is examining concessions it could make to London to get its operating license back, while also preparing a legal appeal and rallying its users in the city to build support.
|Mashable Tests Notion that 'Pivot to Video' Leads to Digital-Media Riches|
The company, known for its mix of technology and pop-culture stories, is exploring selling itself to an investor and has had extensive discussions with a German TV broadcaster, people familiar with the matter said.
|White Castle Brings Its Sliders to China|
The mini-burger chain is betting on China’s curiosity for Western food, rising beef consumption and a trend toward smaller portions to succeed there.
|Should U.S. Companies Be Required to Report Breaches?|
Companies like Equifax don’t like you knowing they’ve been hacked—but it would be better for consumers and businesses if they were quicker to report it.
|Real Wages Keep Powering Ahead, but Can the Trend Last?|
You probably can’t tell from looking at your paycheck, but hourly wages in the U.S. are nearing historical highs. That is, if you take very low inflation into account.
|What We Know About Financial Bubbles|
Here’s a surprising idea: Bubbles aren’t necessarily bad things
|Fed Says Total U.S. Household Net Worth Rose|
The total net worth of U.S. households pushed farther into record territory, climbing by $1.7 trillion in the second quarter of 2017, to $96.2 trillion.