Why Investors Take a Shine to Silver

(NewsUSA) - Silver is a part of everyday life in more ways than most people realize. Besides the more obvious industrial uses, silver is a key component in many products that people rely on every …

Why Investors Take a Shine to Silver

(NewsUSA) - Silver is a part of everyday life in more ways than most people realize. Besides the more obvious industrial uses, silver is a key component in many products that people rely on every …

Small Businesses Seek Talent, Technology to Succeed

(NewsUSA) - Starting and maintaining a successful small business is a challenge in any setting. For rural entrepreneurs, that struggle is even greater when it comes to accessing capital, …

Keep Quality Employees With Quality Benefits

(NewsUSA) - Small business owners know that one of the secrets to success is hiring quality employees and keeping them. One of the best ways to keep your best employees happy is by offering a …

Rebranded Global Accreditation Organization Promotes Patient Safety

(NewsUSA) - The last thing anyone should ever question when considering an outpatient procedure is their safety. After all, you trust that the facility performing your procedure has gone through …

Becoming a CFP® Professional Means Joining a Community

(NewsUSA) - Becoming a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional means more than just a successful career — it means joining a supportive community. CFP Board and CFP® professionals foster …

How to Use Credit Wisely

(NewsUSA) - As the holiday season approaches, more people are out shopping, searching crowded stores and online promotions for the best discounts, and using their credit cards to pay for it all. But …

A New Mission for Military Veterans: Protect Clients’ Finances as a CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Military veterans can take on a new mission as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. Your new objective: Safeguard and advance the financial interests of everyday Americans. By …

How a CFP® Professional Can Help You Navigate Interest Rates

(NewsUSA) - Interest rates have soared dramatically, raising the cost of buying anything on credit. For example, over the past two years, mortgage rates have more than doubled, adding hundreds or …

Become a CFP® Professional and Be Part of a Growing and Diverse Profession

(NewsUSA) - Today, October 4, marks World Financial Planning Day, a time to recognize the value of financial planning. Did you know that financial planning is not just a valuable resource for …

Become a CFP® Professional and Give Back Through Pro Bono Financial Planning

(NewsUSA) - Nearly 9 in 10 Americans are concerned about the current cost of living in the United States, which has created an increasing need for the trusted, often life-changing advice of …

How a CFP® Professional Can Help You Manage Your Debt

(NewsUSA) - Household debts are rising amid higher interest rates. The increase in rates is a major issue for all borrowers, at all ages and stages of life. A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ …

CME Group Awards Scholarships to Next Generation of Ag Leaders

(NewsUSA) - State fairs are not only a summer tradition, but they also play an important role in U.S. agriculture. State and county fairs put a spotlight on an essential part of the global economy, …

Demonstrate Your Commitment to High Ethical Standards by Becoming a CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Consumers are looking for someone they can trust to guide them in financial matters. Becoming a CFP® professional helps you communicate that you’ll always prioritize your clients’ …

CFP® Professionals Can Help Optimize Your Insurance

(NewsUSA) - Insurance is essential to protecting yourself. Health insurance, homeowners insurance, life insurance — all of these can protect you in the event of an emergency. However, determining …

Pharmacy Benefit Managers Curb Drug Costs for Patients and Employers

(Julian Canete) - According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, nearly half of all Americans struggle with health care costs. For many, it's the single largest cost in their budget. As someone that …

Changing Your Career? Consider Becoming a CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Are you thinking of a career change? As you explore new possibilities, you’ll likely want a profession that offers personal fulfillment, encourages professional growth, provides …

Working With a CFP® Professional — What You Need to Know

(NewsUSA) - Congratulations! You’ve already taken one of the most important steps to secure your financial future — connecting with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. You will want …

Three Ways Small and Mid-Sized Businesses Can Improve Cash Flow and Combat Inflation

(NewsUSA) - Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business, no matter the industry or company size. However, as economic headwinds and supply chain woes challenge the bottom line for both Main Street …

How Getting CFP® Certification Can Help Your Career as a Financial Planner

(NewsUSA) - Climbing to the top as a financial advisor can be a challenge. Your ticket to long-term peak performance begins with earning the prestigious CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification, …

Working With an LGBTQ+ CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Choosing a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who aligns with your specific needs and goals is important. If you’re part of the LGBTQ+ community, you may want to seek out an …

Flexibility is Key to a Thriving Retirement

(NewsUSA) - Today’s retirement experience can be unpredictable, and resilience and flexibility are the keys to not just surviving, but thriving.The right strategies and guidance can help retirees …

From High School to High Pay and a Personally Rewarding Career

(NewsUSA) - The best career is one that gives you so much personal satisfaction that you’d gladly do it without pay. But don’t worry; you won’t be working for free if you become a CERTIFIED …

How to Help Your Aging Parents

(NewsUSA) - At some point, you may need to step in and help care for the parents who once cared for you. Starting this new role can be a challenge, but with preparation you’ll be ready. These …

Investing in Your Child's Future: The Advantages of a Career in Financial Planning

(NewsUSA) - As a parent, you want your child to succeed in life and have a career where they are fulfilled and paid well. It’s even better if that career can offer benefits such as personal and …

Not Sure What to Do When You Graduate College? Consider CFP Certification

(NewsUSA) - If you’re getting ready to graduate from college, congratulations! After years of dedication and hard work, your future awaits! And while it’s an exciting time, it can also be …

5 Tips to Help Young Professionals Prepare a Tax Return

(NewsUSA) - Filing your taxes can be stressful and intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. As the deadline for filing taxes approaches, don’t let the pressure overwhelm you. Follow these five …

Benefits for Women Becoming Financial Planners

(NewsUSA) - The financial services industry is changing and diversifying, and this includes women becoming financial advisors at a rate higher than ever before.If you’ve ever considered a career …

How Anxious Are Americans About Their Finances? Very.

(NewsUSA) - A new poll paints a troubling picture of how anxious Americans are about their finances.Nearly half of respondents said they didn’t feel “financially stable,” according to the …


(NewsUSA) - Teaching children about money is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Start when they’re young with simple lessons like saving up to buy a toy. You can build upon those lessons …

How Financial Planners Can Advance Equality

(NewsUSA) - Financial planning is about helping individuals and families make sound financial decisions that enable them to achieve their life goals. When financial planners provide these services …

How Financial Planners Can Advance Equality

(NewsUSA) - Financial planning is about helping individuals and families make sound financial decisions that enable them to achieve their life goals. When financial planners provide these services …

Spending and Saving Strategies for 2023

(NewsUSA) - The past few years have upended many perceptions of financial stability. A layoff or career change, inflation never before seen by younger generations and the lingering uncertainty of …

Keeping the Holidays Cozy and Bright

(NewsUSA) - Natural gas and electricity produced with natural gas are critical sources of energy throughout the year, but especially during the winter months when families need to keep their …

Three Money-Saving Cell Phone Plans to Brighten Your Holidays

(NewsUSA) - Inflation got you worried money’s tighter than Santa’s belt? If you’ve searched everywhere but the couch cushions for extra cash for gifts, switching to one of these …
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ASX closes 0.39% higher due to gains in REITs and gold

28 Nov 2023 - Shares rebounded on Tuesday due to gains in real estate and gold, while the Australian dollar reached a four-month high amid expectations of prolonged high borrowing costs compared to …

Retail turnover unexpectedly falls

28 Nov 2023 - In a surprising turn of events, Australian retail turnover fell by 0.2% in October, contrary to the forecasted 0.2% rise.

ASX up 0.72% at noon: Retail sales in October decline by 0.2%

28 Nov 2023 - Retail sales in October declined by 0.2% compared to September, falling short of the expected 0.1% increase, indicating that rising borrowing costs and elevated inflation are impacting …

Collins Foods shareholders get dividend increase

28 Nov 2023 - Shareholders in fast-food group Collins Foods (ASX:CKF) will receive an increase of half a cent in their interim dividend, bringing it to 12.5 cents per share.

Equinox Resources stakes new rare earths project

28 Nov 2023 - Equinox Resources (ASX:EQN), a leading diversified global resources company, has announced its latest strategic move in Brazil's rare earths sector.

Stocks of the Hour: Namoi Cotton, Imugene, Beston Global Food

28 Nov 2023 - A snapshot of the stocks on the move, featuring Namoi Cotton (ASX:NAM), Imugene (ASX:IMU) and Beston Global Food (ASX:BFC).

Louis Dreyfus offers to acquire Namoi Cotton in cash deal

28 Nov 2023 - Global commodities giant Louis Dreyfus (LDC) is looking to acquire Namoi Cotton (ASX:NAM) with a non-binding all-cash offer of 51 cents per share, representing a substantial 41% premium …

Dow falls as Cyber Monday stocks rise

28 Nov 2023 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell on Monday, as traders took a breather after the major averages posted a four-week winning streak.

Gold prices reach six-month high amidst Fed rate hike speculations

28 Nov 2023 - The price of gold surged to a six-month high on Monday, driven by growing investor confidence that the US Federal Reserve has concluded its series of interest rate hikes and a weakening …

ASX closes 0.76% lower as commodity stocks experience sell-off

27 Nov 2023 - The Australian sharemarket experienced a decline on Monday due to a sell-off in commodity stocks, primarily driven by a drop in the value of iron ore.
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Dallas Biz Journal hires Adatia to cover Collin County econ development

The Dallas Business Journal has hired Noor Adatia to cover economic development in Collin County. Assistant managing editor Bill Hethcock writes, “Adatia started Dec. 6. Her focus will be on …

Slate’s biz and tech editor Fischer departing

Jonathan Fischer, the business and technology editor of Slate, is leaving after nine years. He was technology editor from May 2018 to August 2022 when he took on the business editing responsibilities …

SABEW’s Best in Business contest accepting entries

Starting its 29th year of honoring outstanding business journalism work, the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing’s Best in Business Awards for 2023 is now open for entries. Enter for …

Baltimore biz reporter Postal dies at 82

Arthur David Postal, the financial editor of the old Baltimore News American who had a lengthy career in business journalism, died Nov. 22 at the age of 82. A Baltimore Sun story states, “He later …

Chen to cover NYC economy for NY Times

In his relatively short time on loan to the New York Times metro desk, Stefanos Chen has covered the plight of street vendors, the spasms of the job market and New York’s uneven recovery. A …

Bloomberg Law hires Howard as reporter

Bloomberg Law has hired Tre’Vaughn Howard as a legal intelligence reporter. Howard has been a reporter and producer for CBS News in New York. Howard is a graduate of the University of Miami. …

Reuters EIC Galloni on killing of journalist Abdallah

Reuters editor-in-chief Alessandra Galloni issued the following statement on Reuters investigation of the killing of video journalist Issam Abdallah: The evidence we now have, and that we published …

Thompson departs TechCrunch for AI startups podcast

TechCrunch editorial manager Walter Thompson has left the publication to host a podcast about artificial intelligence startups. The podcast is called “Fund/Build/Scale.” Thompson has been with …

Long Beach Biz Journal parent becomes nonprofit

The parent company of the Long Beach Business Journal has become a nonprofit. Chief Executive Officer Melissa Evans writes, “In 2024, we will grow our mission of providing essential news and …

BetaKit hires Bharti from Financial Post

BetaKit has hired Bianca Bharti to be its first newsletter editor. Editor in chief Douglas Soltys writes, “Bianca is one of Canada’s top up-and-coming journalists, with broad reporting …

LA Times promotes Burkes, Hubbard on Fast Break desk

The Los Angeles Times has promoted Dawn Burkes and Amy Hubbard to deputy editors on the Fast Break desk. In her new role, Burkes will oversee the entertainment news coverage, and continue to direct …

Tookes joins video team of NYT Cooking

New York Times Cooking has hired Milton Tookes Jr. as a post-production coordinator on the video team. As per the Times: “In this new role, Milton will work alongside Gina Fernandez, our Production …

Hu becomes researcher for ‘The Ezra Klein Show’

Rollin Hu has taken on the role of researcher for the “The Ezra Klein Show” podcast at The New York Times. Recently, he served as Ezra’s assistant. Previously, Hu was an executive assistant on …

Chicago Public Media CEO Moog announces departure

After three years of immense success, Chicago Public Media CEO Matt Moog has announced his resignation. He also served on the board of Chicago Public Media. He said: “I am passionate about the …

Press Democrat names Fusco exec editor

Award-winning journalist Chris Fusco has been appointed executive editor of The Press Democrat. He said: “To me, there’s really no other executive editor job like this in America. When you look …

Iowa paper The Marion Sun launches

The following excerpt was sent out from medcoiowa.org: Marion, Iowa begins a new chapter in local journalism with the launch of the Marion Sun: MarionSun.com the city’s premier source for all …

Cincinnati TV station hires Mitchell as weekday anchor and reporter

Megan Mitchell will join NBC station WLWT-TV Ch. 5 in Cincinnati as a weekday anchor and reporter. Previously, she worked at the station from July 2016 to February 2023 as a weekend morning anchor …

Latina history at Houston Chronicle, new Fox Memphis investigative reporter, CBC to cut 600 

Alejandra Matos (pictured) has joined the Houston Chronicle as managing editor for audience and content strategy. This makes her the first Latina to hold the post and to appear on the newsroom’s …

Cryptonews hires Akhtar as a reporter

Cryptonews has hired Tanzeel Akhtar as a reporter based in London. She most recently was at Bloomberg News covering crypto. Akhtar was also a CoinDesk news reporter based in the UK. She has …

McGraw joins FanSided as contributor

Jennifer McGraw has joined FanSided as a sports betting contributor for BetSided. Her post on X/Twitter reads: “I’m ready to continue giving out great bets and analysis as we’re inching closer …
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COP28 fossil fuel pledges will not limit global warming to 1.5C, says IEA

Summit president Sultan al-Jaber’s plans to reduce climate goals’ gap ‘not good enough’, warns energy agency’s chief

Powell under pressure to set out plan for US interest rate cuts

Federal Reserve chair faces communication challenge as investors think cooling economy means tightening is over

France’s Saint-Gobain hunts for fresh acquisitions as part of sustainability push

Construction group looks for deals outside Europe as it invests in chemicals to reduce concrete emissions

Tom Kerridge: The magic of restaurants requires ‘very hard work’

Michelin-starred chef defends price of high end food as business recovers from the hit of Covid

China uranium grab poses threat to western energy supply, warns Yellow Cake

Prices of nuclear commodity at 15-year high as governments scramble to secure sources of fuel for power stations

Harvard, Penn and MIT urged by 74 US Congress members to dismiss leaders

Letter from politicians comes amid anger at three presidents’ Capitol Hill testimony over antisemitism

Redstone weighs options for Paramount as Skydance eyes bid for studio

Hollywood production company’s shares up nearly 40% over month as deal speculation mounts

New Hunter Biden indictment puts foreign ventures in focus

Allegations come as his father faces threat of impeachment by US House Republicans

There’s no satisfaction to be found at the internet’s vinyl frontier

When collecting platters, it’s the journey that matters

Finding meaning amid the whirl of party season

As seasonal festivities kick off, it’s important to recognise our need to reaffirm social connections

How to win an argument

The holidays are nearly here. Let the bickering begin

US lawyer who put Big Tobacco on trial takes aim at sports betting

Prof Richard Daynard, who masterminded action against tobacco industry, is behind suit against DraftKings

US vetoes UN resolution calling for immediate ceasefire in Gaza

Vote came after secretary-general used rarely exercised power to warn of humanitarian crisis

US economy added 199,000 jobs in November

Non-farm payrolls rise sharply while unemployment rate slides to 3.7%

Lula criticises French ‘protectionism’ in dispute over EU-Mercosur trade deal

Brazilian leader lashes out after Macron’s criticism of agreement adds to last-minute hitches to 20 years of talks

Venezuela raises stakes in dispute with Guyana over oil riches

President Maduro claims mandate to incorporate Essequibo region but imminent war may be a ‘bluff’

Swiss art dealer and Russian oligarch settle feud over collection

Yves Bouvier and Dmitry Rybolovlev dispute highlighted role of freeports in Europe

Google pins its hopes on Gemini to leapfrog GPT-4

Top-of-the-range Ultra is the search group’s best weapon in the race to turn generative AI into a useful everyday tool

Johnson denies considering ‘let it rip’ Covid strategy

Former UK prime minister says his approach during pandemic was to save lives ‘at all ages’

Fink dismisses ‘sad’ criticism of BlackRock in Republican debate

Vivek Ramaswamy and Ron DeSantis attacked US asset manager in effort to bolster ‘anti-woke’ credentials
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The West Block – Episode 13, Season 13

The fight over the carbon tax boiled over in the House of Commons, the climate policy front and centre for both the Liberals and Conservatives.

Pedestrian struck and killed on Highway 401 in Scarborough

Police are looking for witnesses and dashcam footage after a pedestrian was fatally struck and killed on Highway 401 in Toronto early Sunday morning.

As carbon price fight flares, Wilkinson defends Liberal approach

Despite an apparent shift in support on the federal carbon price, Natural Resource Minister Jonathan Wilkinson remains confident Canadians will support government climate action.

Canada’s military colleges are at a crossroads. What 2 graduates want now

A former director and student of one of Canada's military colleges say that the institutions traditions need to be examined as the federal government launches a review board.

Toronto police investigating shooting that killed 36-year-old man

Toronto police say they are investigating after a 36-year-old man was fatally shot in North York Saturday morning.

Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Scarborough bar fight: police

Police responded to reports of the fight shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday in the area of Kennedy Road and Finch Avenue East. Several people also suffered minor injuries.

Environment Canada issues special weather statements for the Maritimes

Parts of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and almost all of Prince Edward Island are forecasted to experience heavy winds and rain over the next day.

New Brunswick’s Université de Moncton will not change its name

The university was named to reflect the location of its flagship campus in the city of Moncton, which centuries earlier British colonists had named to honour Robert Monckton.

Saint John girl’s wish comes true during magical holiday train ride

A little girl with cystic fibrosis got a big surprise on the Believe in Wishes Train Ride. Seven-year-old Summer from New Brunswick received a gift from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Edmonton city council, Fire Rescue address ‘problem properties’

From April 2022 to September 2023, the CPST investigated nearly 600 Edmonton homes, contributing to enhanced community safety. The city has now made the pilot project permanent.

Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens edge Buffalo Sabres in shootout

The Buffalo Sabres created a lot of offence at home to the Montreal Saturday. If not for Canadiens goalie Cayden Primeau, the Habs wouldn't have had anything to feel good about.

40 km/h speed limit change in Edmonton led to fewer collisions: study

According to a report, after lowering the speed limit by 10 km/h, Edmonton saw 25.1 per cent fewer collisions and 31 per cent fewer injuries and fatalities throughout the city.

Samsonov makes 18 saves, Leafs blank Predators 4-0

Ilya Samsonov hadn't played in more than two weeks.

Montreal family wants apology from city after video shows snow plow striking cars

A Montreal family says its cars were severely damaged by a snow plow during a major snow storm on Monday morning, but the city has denied responsibility.

Okanagan documentary puts mural project in the spotlight, gets festival nod

A group of controversial murals that were proposed for Vernon, B.C., last year are getting a second life thanks to a documentary called Behind the Mask. 

Controversial deer cull underway on small B.C. gulf island

Residents of Sidney Island, off the coast of Victoria, told Global News the aerial gunning component of the deer eradication program has begun.

Another weekend ER closure at South Okanagan General Hospital

Interior Health announced yet another ER closure Saturday due to a physician shortage, saying patients needing care could visit Penticton Regional Hospital.

Little town of Bethlehem recreated in the town of Okotoks

Visitors to St. James Parish in Okotoks, Alta., get a chance to step back in time. Volunteers transformed a prairie field into the town of Bethlehem, a living nativity.

Snow protocols issued for Coquihalla Highway

'Expect winter driving conditions and watch for crews working at snow removal,' said YRB Nicola, the contractor for the Coquihalla Highway, on Saturday.

Saskatchewan residents warned to be wary of thin ice

With a warmer-than-normal winter expected in Saskatchewan, the Regina fire service is urging residents, including dog-walkers, to stay away from icy rivers and waterways. 

10 States Most Likely to Become ‘Blue Zones,’ With Healthy Lifestyles and Long Lifespans

People in so-called "Blue Zones" have low rates of chronic disease and long life expectancy.

6 Best Crypto Exchanges of 2023

Money's reviews of the best Crypto Exchanges for 2023.

5 Best Online Gold Dealers of 2023

Read Money's picks for the best online gold dealers.

American Residential Warranty Review

American Residential Warranty features some of the lowest fees in the industry for its home warranty plans.

Early Retirement Savers Are Burning Out. ‘Coast FIRE’ Might Be the Answer

The FIRE (financial independence, retire early) movement gets a lot of hype, but it's not realistic for a lot of people.

Investing in CDs Is Not Exciting — but It’s a Great Move Right Now

The historically high APYs available on CDs now probably won't be around much longer.

10 Best Auto Refinance Companies of December 2023

Money's top picks of auto refinance companies for 2023.

Best Long-Term Care Insurance Companies of December 2023

Check out Money´s best long-term care companies review for 2023.

Current Mortgage Rates

The 30-year fixed rate loan averaged 7.03% this week, the lowest rate since August, according to Freddie Mac.

Here’s Where Mortgage Rates and Home Prices Are Heading, According to Zillow and Redfin

Forecasts call for several (slight) improvements for homebuyers in 2024.

Student Loan Borrowers Are Cutting Expenses to Afford Their Monthly Payments

"Challenging times require more thoughtful financial planning."

Best Travel Insurance Companies of December 2023

Read Money's top picks for best travel insurance companies.

10 Best Pet Insurance Companies of December 2023

Money reviews the best pet insurance for 2023.

Best Long-Term Care Insurance Companies of December 2023

Check out Money´s best long-term care companies review for 2023.

Best Reverse Mortgage Companies of December 2023

A reverse mortgage is a type of home loan for seniors that works backward. Rather than making payments to your lender, you receive payments — sort of like an advance on your eventual home sale. If …

What Is Medicare and How Does it Work?

Learn all about Medicare plans and costs for different parts of the plan with Money's expert guide.

9 Best Travel Credit Cards of December 2023

Money's top picks of travel credit cards for 2023.

It’s the Best Time of the Year for Bitcoin — and Prices Are Soaring

Bitcoin prices have more than doubled in 2023, with the biggest spike coming at the end of the year.

Best Long-Term Care Insurance Companies of December 2023

Check out Money´s best long-term care companies review for 2023.

10 Best Pet Insurance Companies of December 2023

Money reviews the best pet insurance for 2023.
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How many times will the Fed cut rates? Here's what Wall Street expects for the key stock-market driver in 2024.

Interest rates are an important driver of the US economy and the stock market, and the potential for cuts could mean lower mortgage rates next year.

Mortgage rates are sinking, but don't try to time the housing market by waiting for them to fall further, BofA exec says

"It's really when you're financially ready, emotionally ready, and, ultimately, you find that home that fits your dreams and/or your needs."

I'm the Black 72-year-old former nurse who spent 3 months in a Minnesota jail for assaulting a white coworker. This is what it was like.

Sybil Garbow, a 72-year-old Black woman, lost her decades-long nursing career, must pay more than $50,000 in restitution, and spent three months in a Minnesota jail for assaulting a white coworker.

How one woman turned her acting gig on Broadway into an investment portfolio focused on social impact

As a Broadway performer, Lisa Morris wasn't anticipating a career change. Now, she calls herself an "accidental entrepreneur."

A 75 million-year-old tyrannosaur's well-preserved stomach shows it feasted on baby dinosaurs for its last meal

The discovery of the remains of baby bird-like dinosaurs shows that young tyrannosaurs' diets evolved with age.

Chinese garlic is a threat to US national security and a 'severe public health concern,' senator says

Florida Senator Rick Scott urged the Department of Commerce to open an investigation into the security risk posed by all forms of Chinese-imported garlic.

A Minnesota police department in a remote town is using $3,800 canoes as a hiring incentive

A police department in a former mining and logging community in Minnesota is appealing to new hires with new canoes.

2 drones fired at French warship from port held by Iran-backed rebels in Yemen shot down

The French naval ship Languedoc successfully shot down two drones launched from a rebel-held port in Yemen.

23 trends expected to blow up next year, from badminton and jiu-jitsu to aesthetics like 'cafécore' and 'Western Gothic'

Would you decorate your kitchen to be "cafecore"? How about getting a "jellyfish haircut?" If so, you might be ahead of the curve.

That "presidential look": How fashion can make or break a candidate for the White House

Fashion has had an enormous bearing on the fates of plenty of would-be presidents, from John Quincy Adams to Ron DeSantis.

Megyn Kelly said that Donald Trump is increasingly confused and not as 'mentally sharp' as he once was

"Are we really going to pretend that Donald Trump is just as vibrant and mentally sharp as he was in '16?" Megyn Kelly said.

It's not just you. It's getting harder to switch jobs.

It can be tough finding a job right now, especially in corporate or for work that could be done remotely.

I was a divorced mom to college kids in my 40s. Now I run my $34-million supplement company.

Maxine Laceby had no business experience when she founded Absolute Collagen from her kitchen, but it's become a leading supplement business.

'The mortgage cheat code': If you want lower interest rates, there's a little-known way to get them — if you qualify

Many US homeowners have loans with rates below 5% — and can sell those rates to homebuyers. Assumable mortgages are tricky, but they're an option.

From hating on GTA to playing Elden Ring until 5:30 in the morning, this is Elon Musk's history with video games

The tech billionaire wrote in a post on X that he won't be buying GTA 6 when it releases in 2025 because he doesn't "like doing crime."

Kim Jong Un might be one of the few world dictators who has been seen crying

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was seen crying on national television during a speech in which he addressed North Korea's declining birthrate.

New Tesla update lets you make your horn lock sound like a screaming goat — because that's what the world needs now

Thank god that right in time for holiday traffic, this new feature will make parking even merrier.

Are you using ChatGPT to complete tasks at work? It might be tired of doing the heavy lifting.

ChatGPT users say that the bot is becoming more difficult to work with.

Kevin McCarthy, apparently eyeing a cabinet position, endorses Donald Trump for president in 2024

Kevin McCarthy, the former Speaker of the House who announced plans to resign from Congress earlier this week, endorsed Donald Trump's 2024 presidential campaign during an interview with CBS.

In landmark industry move, Lamborghini to implement 4-day workweek for production workers

It is the first agreement of its kind in the European auto industry that reduces working hours without a wage cut.
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Trump’s Comeback Bid Haunts Climate Talks in Dubai

It’s getting harder to convince other countries that the US will keep its promises after multiple reversals on international climate pledges.

Teoayeah’s Christmas Gift List for All Kids (12/11-12/24)

HOUSTON — The annual Christmas season is just around the corner and the festive spirit fills the air. In order to give every child a satisfying Christmas gift, Teoayeah has prepared the safest and …

Oil Is Everywhere at COP28, Vexing Activists Seeking Its Demise

At the world’s most important climate summit, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries — whose members supply almost 30% of the world’s oil — has a pavilion for the first time.

UN takes no immediate action at emergency meeting on Guyana-Venezuela dispute over oil-rich region

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations Security Council took no immediate action at a closed emergency meeting late Friday requested by Guyana after Venezuela’s referendum claiming the vast …

China’s Consumer Price Drop Worsens, Fueling Deflation Fears

China’s consumer prices fell at the steepest pace in three years while producer costs dropped even further into negative territory, underscoring the challenges facing the economic recovery.

Advantest Targets NAND Flash/NVM Market with New Group of Memory Test Products

Offerings Include Wafer-Level Test Solution, System-Level Test Module, and High-Speed Wafer-Sort Interface TOKYO, Dec. 07, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Leading semiconductor test equipment supplier …

Nasdaq Appoints Roland Chai as President of European Market Services

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 07, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) today announces the appointment of Roland Chai as President of European Market Services, effective 1 January 2024. In this …

Indian State Refiners May Sharpen Competition for Venezuelan Oil

Government-controlled refineries in India are joining billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd. in seeking to take Venezuelan crude, intensifying competition with Chinese users for …

Second Annual Digital Engineering Awards Celebrate Corporate Giants and Visionary Engineers

Marquee Awards with over 200 nominations from North America and Europe recognize Outstanding Engineers and Innovative Projects DALLAS — Over 90 global ER&D enterprises and individuals participated …

Thornhill Medical Teams Up with Leading Medical Solutions Providers to Develop Medical Surge Capabilities for U.S. National Disaster Medical System

Pilot project will develop and test new system to provide critical care during national security medical emergencies TORONTO, Dec. 05, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Thornhill Medical announced today that …

Opinion: Soon every penny collected from GST will go toward servicing Ottawa’s debt

Franco Terrazzano: The problem with Trudeau's money-saving message is there's no saving

Moody’s cuts China credit outlook to negative, cites slowing economic growth, property crisis

HONG KONG (AP) — Credit rating agency Moody’s cut its outlook for Chinese sovereign bonds to negative on Tuesday, citing risks from a slowing economy and a crisis in its property sector. …

The Yacht Club de Monaco and the Royal Selangor Yacht Club strengthen relations with the signing of an MoU

TURIN, Italy, Dec. 05, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Yacht Club de Monaco and the Royal Selangor Yacht Club signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) on November 27th in Kuala Lumpur to strengthen …

Danish union to take action against Tesla in solidarity with Swedes demanding collective bargaining

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The labor conflict against Tesla in Sweden is spreading to neighboring Denmark where transport workers with the country’s largest trade union said Tuesday they will …

Moleac’s NeuroAiD™II Improves Post-Concussion Symptoms, Quality of Life, and Mood after a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

With its targeted multimodal approach, NeuroAiD™II offers a broad range of therapeutic benefits to TBI patients. NeuroAiD™II was well-tolerated by TBI patients with a favourable safety profile. …

J&J Is Pushing to Settle Baby Powder Cases Linked to Asbestos

Johnson & Johnson is making a push to resolve lawsuits claiming its talc-based Baby Powder causes cancer linked to asbestos exposure to avoid facing some jury trials next year, according to people …

India’s Garbage Pile Is Climbing. The Solution Is Equally Messy

India's cities discard about 42 million tons of solid waste every year. A lot of that could be turned into energy -- if there was infrastructure to sort and collect it.

Oil Steadies After Three-Day Loss as Riyadh Defends OPEC+ Cuts

Oil steadied after a three-day loss as Saudi Arabia said recent cuts by OPEC+ would be honored in full and could be extended, pushing back against persistent skepticism over the curbs’ …

Hydrogen Industry Raises Alarm Over Leaked US Tax Credit Rules

A leaked draft of high-stakes Treasury Department rules for a production tax credit for hydrogen created in President Joe Biden’s signature climate law is setting off alarms by the industry, which …

Nine Mile Metals Announces Further Updates to Convertible Loan Financing

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 04, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NINE MILE METALS LTD. (CSE: NINE, OTCQB: VMSXF, FSE: KQ9) (the “Company” or “Nine Mile”), discloses that it will amend the …

Elon Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones after posting poll: 'The people have spoken and so it shall be'

Musk, who has described himself as a free speech absolutist, said the move was about protecting those rights.

As Chinese electric vehicles spread overseas, German car-parts maker says it must ‘adapt in order to survive’—by boosting sales in China

China’s carmakers are bringing their local suppliers with them as they expand, and ZF Friedrichshafen is going on the offensive.

Here's how to watch Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season and your favorite football teams play online for free—even without a cable subscription.

Eagles in the spotlight once again.

Many Gen Zers think the best way to build wealth is to be their own boss, Instagram’s year-end trend report finds

It's a sign of a broken American Dream.

Are electrolyte powders good for you? What nutrition experts want you to know before taking any hydration supplement

Few studies have been conducted on the effects of these electrolyte powders and other hydration supplements.

Marc Andreessen: MrBeast Feastables and Logan Paul’s Prime are not ‘gimmicks’ but the ‘future of consumer products’

The YouTube stars’ products, and Kim Kardashian’s Skims, may be the start of a “monster wave,” said the billionaire VC.

Liz Magill, under pressure after antisemitism comments to lawmakers, resigns as University of Pennsylvania president

Criticism followed her being unable to say that calls on campus for the genocide of Jews would violate the school’s conduct policy.

MLB superstar Shohei Ohtani breaks record with $700 million Dodgers deal: ‘He’s transcended baseball.’

Ohtani has been likened to the legendary Babe Ruth for his ability to hit home runs and pitch.

Elon Musk says Ilya Sutskever—the OpenAI chief scientist who helped fire Sam Altman then backtracked—should jump ship for xAI or Tesla

Musk played a key role in luring Sutskever to OpenAI before starting xAI, the startup behind ChatGPT rival Grok.

China’s deflation fears intensify as consumer prices fall at steepest pace in three years

Deflation is dangerous for China because it can lead to a downward spiral of economic activity.

Here's how the EU will regulate AI tools like OpenAI's ChatGPT and GPT-4

Models deemed to pose a “systemic risk," such as GPT-4, would be subject to more rules than less advanced ones.

American workers keep proving they don’t need to return to the office to be productive

The productivity of U.S. workers grew 5.2% in the third quarter, at the fastest pace since 2020.

Bill Gates thinks he's a better boss than Elon Musk's 'hardcore' approach. Research (kind of) proves him right

Gates has softened over the years, while Musk appears to only have doubled down.

The Fed watcher who called the 2007 housing bubble expects interest rates to stay high for ‘much, much, much longer.’ It’s payback for the unsustainable ‘free money era’

Jim Grant of Grant's Interest Rate Observer believes it will take years to undo the kinks from a decade of ultra-low interest rates.

This 55-year-old single mom makes less than $100k per year and is reverse aging without spending millions. Here's her daily routine

Julie Gibson Clark is aging at 0.665 of a year for every chronological year she lives and ranks no.2 in a global online longevity game.

House, marriage, kids: Following a traditional 'order' of life milestones could majorly mess up your finances

Rachel Gottlieb of UBS, co-author of Money and Love, Abby Davisson, and Albion Financial Group's Doug Wells on reprioritizing life's milestones.

A major credit union CEO just ripped up her predecessor's ‘work from anywhere’ policy

Two years after being told they’d never be “be forced to return to an office”, Nationwide’s 13,000-strong workforce have been slapped with an RTO mandate.

Joe Biden gives a rare take on interest rates by saying the latest jobs numbers show the economy is in a 'sweep spot' and that rate hikes aren't needed

The comments marked a rare example of Biden weighing in on central bank policy making.

'The world is watching': Lawmakers call for ouster of 3 university presidents after their legalistic answers about antisemitism and genocide

The bipartisan group sent a letter to the governing boards of Harvard, Penn, and MIT.

European regulators agree to landmark regulation of AI tools like ChatGPT in what is among the world's first efforts to rein in the cutting-edge tech

They agreed to limit the use of the technology for surveillance in public spaces with more guardrails.