This story was revised to correct that the MicroMasters Supply Chain Management program does require a bachelor's degree.
This story was revised to correct the spelling of Shaun Leeper's name.
Marc Andreessen co-founded Andreessen Horowitz in 2009. An earlier version misstated the year.
This story was revised to correct that the sheets are designed to last 40 nights and that Lambert and Ripple picked up their children at Thanksgiving. It also corrected that the company said no funds have been raised and that wholesale prices start below $9.95.
This article has been updated to remove an incorrect description of the market perception of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's comments.
This story was updated following Reuters' disclosure of the correct percentage by which trade increased.
Donald Trump Jr. released emails on his meeting with a Russian lawyer on Tuesday. An earlier version misstated the day.
An earlier version of this article erred when it said a new book, Stop North Korea!: A Radical New Approach to the North Korea Standoff, by Prof. Shepherd Iverson of Inha University, said China would need to supply $175 billion in funds that would go towards removing the current North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un. In fact, the professor wrote that the fund would be raised from varied sources. The book also does not call for Kim Jong Un to be exiled or imprisoned, but that he and his family would be given immunity to step away from power. Also, Iverson does not propose that a "new regime should and could be led by current military leaders in North Korea" but argues for complete political reunification with the South.The article also misidentified the location of Inha University. It is in Incheon, South Korea, not Seoul.
This article has been updated to reflect when a new iPhone typically launches.
The story was revised to correct that Apple pays dividends.