Brian Boyle

Brian Boyle (he/him) is a senior reporter at The Daily Upside. His previous media lives include stints at SFGATE and Techmeme, and he’s been published in outlets such as Vice, Slate, and the Los Angeles Times, where he was a contributing writer for the opinion section. He currently lives in Los Angeles and can frequently be found hiking, eating, and hanging around repertory movie theaters.

Meta Files Lawsuit Arguing FTC’s In-House Courts are Unconstitutional

Meta on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission arguing its in-house trials are unconstitutional.

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Cigna, Humana Eyeing a Merger

In a bid to scale up against larger rivals, health insurance players Cigna and Humana are reportedly in talks over a possible merger.

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Barclays Wants to Ditch Thousands of its Clients

Barclays is considering a Marie Kondo approach to its investment banking business, potentially dropping thousands of clients.

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Wall Street is Pricing in Interest Rate Cuts

Increasingly, Wall Street thinks we see rate cuts soon, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis published Monday.

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Healthcare Hiring Boom Buoys Job Market

A white-hot healthcare sector powered an much of the job growth in the past six months, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.

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The UN Wants You to Eat Less Meat

The UN’s is expected to deliver a comprehensive road map to realign global food systems with carbon-emissions goals.

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McDonald’s Buys Back a Piece of Its China Business

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McDonald’s bought out the 28% stake of its Chinese business owned by private equity giant Carlyle Group, just as it plans an expansion there.

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Airlines Prepare for Record Thanksgiving Travel

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The Transportation Security Administration is expecting to screen 30 million passengers between this past Sunday and November 28.

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ESG Funds Shrink for the First Time Ever

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This year’s third quarter marked the first time that more sustainable funds either liquidated or shed their ESG criteria than were added.

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Hyundai Says it Will Start Selling on Amazon

Hyundai will sell its cars directly on Amazon, marking the first major auto brand to list on the massive e-commerce platform.

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