What you need to know on Wall Street right now

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Here are the top Wall Street headlines at midday

Mark Carney: ‘Every technological revolution mercilessly destroys jobs well before the new ones emerge’Bank of England Governor Mark Carney thinks the jobs market is experiencing “great disruption” due to technology, and believes governments and corporations have a duty to help people manage the change.

Crude oil is losing its OPEC rally – Crude-oil prices were lower Tuesday for the first day since OPEC agreed last Wednesday to limit its production.

BILL GROSS: The world’s growing debt problem is just like the US prison system – Bill Gross, the Janus bond guru and legendary investor, thinks that America has two imprisonment problems.

Verizon to sell data centers to Equinix for $3.6 billion – Verizon Communications, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier, has agreed to sell 29 data centers to Equinix for $3.6 billion.

The Supreme Court just dealt a blow to Wall Streeters accused of insider tradingThe US Supreme Court, ruling in an insider trading case for the first time in two decades, on Tuesday upheld a Chicago man’s conviction in a decision that could make it easier to prosecute people accused of profiting from confidential information.

GOLDMAN: Here are our biggest fears for 2017 – David Kostin, the chief US equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, thinks there is good news coming in 2017, but investors shouldn’t be complacent.

How a misunderstanding led to a former CIA programmer getting the top job at Steve Cohen’s investment fund – Doug Haynes, president of New York’s Point72 Capital Management, didn’t have his sights set on a career in the hedge fund business. But that’s where he ended up after a call from legendary money manager Steven Cohen in late-2013.

South Korea’s president could be forced out of office amidst economic troublesSouth Korea’s president Park Geun-Hye could soon be out of office amid a corruption and influence-peddling scandal that has been front-and-center for weeks. However, it’s unlikely that her exit would immediately smooth things over for Korea’s economy.

Europe’s best low-cost airline just got the green light to charge full-steam into AmericaLate Friday, the US Department of Transportation finalized its decision to grant Norwegian Air International approval to operate flights into the US.