Home-Price Growth Hit Record in July

The Case-Shiller index rose 19.7% in the year that ended in July, as buyers continued to compete amid a shortage of homes for sale. It marked the highest annual rate since the index began in 1987.

Facebook Says AI Can Enforce Its Rules, but the Company’s Own Engineers Are Doubtful

AI has only minimal success in removing hate speech, violent images...

Supply-Chain Bottlenecks, Elevated Inflation to Last Well Into Next Year, Survey Finds

Economists see supply constraints and labor shortages as bigger risks to...

With Few Cars to Sell, What Do Car Salespeople Do All Day?

Salespeople who once spent days walking dealership lots offering test drives...

Alibaba Faces New Threat as Shopping Habits Change

The e-commerce company, already under regulatory scrutiny, is losing market share...