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Insurance Giant Chubb Offers to Buy Rival Hartford

One of the nation’s biggest, oldest and best-known property-casualty insurers has made a preliminary proposal to acquire another storied name in the industry.

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Stock Futures Signal a Pause Ahead of Fed Meeting

The major indexes are on track for a muted trading session ahead of the central bank disclosing its latest economic forecasts and plans for bond purchases.

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What Came Before the $10 Billion Bet on Flying Taxis

Silicon Valley wants to shuttle people around in helicopter-like electric vehicles. Will they get off the ground? A look back at the early 1900s offers some clues.

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How to Sign Up for Free Cobra Health Insurance and Who Qualifies

Many workers who have been laid off over the past year now have the option to resume employer-based health insurance coverage free from April 1 through Sept. 30.

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Auto-Systems Company Holley Going Public in $1.55 Billion SPAC Merger

Holley is merging with a special-purpose acquisition company in a deal that would value the aftermarket-auto-systems seller at about $1.55 billion, the companies said.

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Stocks Open Higher as Inflation Remains Muted

The Dow edged higher, suggesting investors will continue to rotate into banks and sectors that are sensitive to the economic outlook.

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Nasdaq Enters Correction Territory as Tech Shares Sink

The tech-heavy index entered correction territory as stimulus hopes and brightening economic prospects sapped investors’ appetite for government bonds and the once highflying shares.

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You've Got a Friend in New Social-Media Apps

Relationships come and go, but friends are forever. At least, that is the direction dating apps are swiping.

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S&P 500 on Track for Third Week of Declines, Led by Tech

Stock futures ticked lower, despite February’s stronger-than-expected employment report.

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Tech Shares Fall as Yields Rise

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite slumped as technology stocks continued falling and government bond yields ticked higher.

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