Jeweler Tiffany & Co. and Louis Vuitton-owner LVMH are in indirect talks to settle their ongoing dispute over a $16 billion deal, CNBC's David Faber reported Tuesday, citing people familiar with the discussions.
Many Americans don't believe polls are accurate, pointing to the misrepresentation of polling results from the 2016 presidential election. Experts contend polling has become more precise and conclusive, but they look at how people will vote, not how the Electoral College will count votes. Find out how the polling industry makes money and how to understand polling results ahead of next Tuesday's Election Day by watching the video above.
Investors are better off staying the course through the stock market's latest downturn than trying to predict what could happen or time their trades, says Burton Malkiel, one of the pioneers of passive investing.
The 2016 election exposed how social media could be used by a foreign adversary to sow dissent and distrust within American borders. In 2020, the fight against those threats rages on, and the number of players has expanded, abroad and domestically. At the center of the fight against misinformation and polarization on social media are bots and trolls. Understanding how they operate could be the key to fighting their influence.