Jury: Musk Didn’t Defraud Investors With 2018 Tesla Tweets
Jury: Musk Didn’t Defraud Investors With 2018 Tesla Tweets

SAN FRANCISCO—A jury on Friday decided Elon Musk didn’t defraud investors with his 2018 tweets about electric automaker Tesla in a proposed deal that quickly unraveled and raised questions about whether the billionaire had misled investors.

Honda Issues ‘Do Not Drive’ Warning for Older Models Until Air Bags Are Fixed
Honda Issues ‘Do Not Drive’ Warning for Older Models Until Air Bags Are Fixed

The U.S. government and Honda issued a ‘Do Not Drive’ warning on Friday for about 8,200 older Acura and Honda vehicles that still have Takata Alpha airbag inflators, urging car owners to have them immediately repaired because the defective airbags make it dangerous to drive the vehicles they are installed in.

Argentina OKs New 2,000 Peso Bill as Inflation Bites, Still Only Worth $5
Argentina OKs New 2,000 Peso Bill as Inflation Bites, Still Only Worth $5

BUENOS AIRES—Argentina will roll out a new 2,000-peso bill, the central bank said on Thursday, which would double the face value of the country’s top denomination bank note, but would still only be worth $11 officially and $5 in commonly used parallel markets.

Amazon’s Outlook Disappoints as Customer Budgets Stay Tight
Amazon’s Outlook Disappoints as Customer Budgets Stay Tight

Amazon.com Inc. on Thursday said its operating profit could fall to zero in the current quarter as savings from layoffs do not make up for the financial impact of consumers and cloud customers clamping down on spending.

Drug Discounter GoodRx Agrees to Settle FTC Complaint Over Sharing Health Data With Big Tech
Drug Discounter GoodRx Agrees to Settle FTC Complaint Over Sharing Health Data With Big Tech

GoodRx, a company that provides prescription price transparency and discounted prices on medications, has agreed to pay a $1.5 million civil penalty as proposed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for its unauthorized sharing of users’ personal information with big technology corporations.

McCarthy Hopeful of Eventual Compromise After Meeting Biden About Debt Ceiling
McCarthy Hopeful of Eventual Compromise After Meeting Biden About Debt Ceiling

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy met with President Joe Biden at the White House on Feb. 1 to discuss the debt ceiling and spending cuts, a meeting that left McCarthy hopeful of finding common ground.

US Manufacturing Index Sank in January, Feeding Recession Risk
US Manufacturing Index Sank in January, Feeding Recession Risk

The U.S. manufacturing industry contracted for the third month in a row in January, and remained below a key threshold that is consistent with a recession in the broader U.S. economy.