Youth Apprenticeship Week Spotlights Opportunities

(NewsUSA) - Youth Apprenticeship Week, an initiative of the U.S. Department of Labor, features a range of events and speakers at venues across the United States to showcase the many benefits of …

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 …

Why It's Important to Talk About Inheriting Wealth

(NewsUSA) - As a significant portion of the U.S. population ages, a significant transfer of wealth to younger generations is occurring. However, many families have not discussed inheritance plans, …

Emerging Adults Stay Positive Despite Financial and Social Pressures

(NewsUSA) - The designation “GenNext” represents adults ages 18-34, the life stage often referred to as “emerging adulthood,” and refers to the next generation of workers, heads of …

Can You Trust Financial Advice You Find Online?

(NewsUSA) - Can you trust the financial advice you find online, including on social media? Nope. And a majority of people already don’t trust online financial advice. According to the CFP Board …

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 …

TALKING FINANCIAL LITERACY AND MONEY MANAGEMENT WITH YOUR CHILDREN

(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 …
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ASX drops 0.2% nearing previous record close

21 May 2024 - Australian shares closed slightly lower on Tuesday as declines in James Hardie and Sonic Healthcare offset gains in the tech sector following a Nasdaq high. The S&P/ASX 200 dropped 0.2% …

Is renewable energy too expensive?

21 May 2024 - Several major European power companies are reassessing their renewable energy development targets due to high costs and low electricity prices, signaling challenges in transitioning …

Sonic Healthcare plummets following earnings downgrade

21 May 2024 - Shares in global pathology and radiology group Sonic Healthcare (ASX:SHL) fell more than 11% after the company turned an earlier earnings nudge into a full-blown downgrade.

The next move in the RBA cash rate likely remains down later this year

21 May 2024 - Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist at AMP, discusses the cash rate.

Trip Insights: Asia

21 May 2024 - This was our first trip post COVID to Asia and was a particularly unique trip given the events between visits. Click here to visit the 4D Infrastructure …

Investment Perspectives: Important charts for data centre investors right now

21 May 2024 - The lure of gaining exposure to the mega-themed Artificial Intelligence (AI) boom via the stability of real estate has attracted operators and investors alike. Click here to visit …

ASX down 0.2% near noon: RBA considers lifting cash rate in May

21 May 2024 - The Reserve Bank's May policy meeting minutes indicated that while raising the cash rate was considered if forecasts risked optimism regarding inflation factors, stronger-than-expected …

Stocks of the Hour: Sierra Nevada, NT Minerals, Gibb River Diamonds

21 May 2024 - A snapshot of the stocks on the move, featuring Sierra Nevada (ASX:SNX), NT Minerals (ASX:NTM) and Gibb River Diamonds (ASX:GIB).

ALS reports financial recovery

21 May 2024 - As expected, Brisbane-based global testing company ALS (ASX:ALQ) has ensured that its shareholders will not feel the financial pain of its Nuvisan adventure—the wasted millions of …

Technology One announces record interim payout

21 May 2024 - Shareholders in Brisbane-based tech services and software group, Technology One (ASX:TNE), will receive a record interim payout of 5.08 cents per share after the company revealed a …
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Rest of World features director Turk is departing

Rest of World features director Victoria Turk is leaving after more than two years. Turk joined the website, which covers how technology impacts the world, in October 2021. “It’s been an absolute …

CNET senior editor Crist is departing

Ry Crist, a senior editor at tech site CNET, is leaving the publication after 11 years. His beats included smart home tech, lighting, appliances, broadband and home networking. “I’m beyond …

Bloomberg taps Wickham as UK political editor

Bloomberg News has named Alex Wickham as its U.K. political editor. He has been its senior government reporter based in London and has been at Bloomberg the last two years. He previously worked at …

Bains among the layoffs at LinkedIn

LinkedIn news editor Jessy Bains was among the layoffs this week. “After covering the ups and downs of the job market over the past couple of years, it’s certainly a strange feeling being on the …

WSJ host and producer Fertoli departs

Annmarie Fertoli, a host and senior producer for The Wall Street Journal’s “What’s News PM” podcast, has left after more than six years at the publication. Fertoli previously was an …

Allocca joins The Daily Upside as senior editor

Sean Allocca has been hired as senior editor at The Daily Upside, which covers business, finance and economics. He was the editor-in-chief of ETF.com where he was responsible for development and …

Financial Follies tickets are now available

The New York Financial Writers’​ Association‘s 81st Financial Follies will take place on Thursday, Nov. 21. Proceeds from the event support scholarships for the next generation of financial …

BizWest hires Dunn as a reporter

Sharon Dunn, who covered business and local news for 25 years at the Greeley Tribune, has joined BizWest’s reporting staff. Dallas Heltzell of BizWest reports, “Dunn’s work at the Tribune …

Carey named ME at KFF Health News

Mary Agnes Carey has been named managing editor at KFF Health News. Carey has been partnerships editor and senior correspondent, overseeing placement of KFF Health News content in publications …

NY Times hires Schleifer to cover politics and money

New York Times political editor David Halbfinger sent out the following on Wednesday: Folks, I’m delighted to announce one more exciting homecoming: Teddy Schleifer, who was a David Rosenbaum …

WSJ parent strikes content deal with OpenAI

News Corp., the parent of The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and MarketWatch.com, announced Wednesday a multi-year agreement to bring news content to OpenAI. OpenAI has permission to display content …

Reuters launches economics podcast, newsletter

Reuters has launched the “Econ World” podcast, a weekly dive into the fundamental principles of economics hosted by veteran financial journalist Carmel Crimmins. Crimmins is also launching a …

Axios energy and climate reporter Holzman is departing

Axios energy and climate reporter Jael Holzman is leaving at the end of the month for a new opportunity. She has been at Axios since October 20223 and previously was at E&E News covering mining. She …

Deseret News hires first female editor in chief

Longtime journalist and editor Sarah Jane Weaver has been named editor of the Deseret News, becoming the first female editor of the 174-year-old newspaper. A Deseret News story states, “Weaver, who …

Chicago Sun-Times biz editor Hudson chosen for ProPublica training

Chicago Sun-Times business editor Subrina Hudson has been selected as a participant in ProPublica’s investigative editor training program. Participants will undergo a five-day intensive editing …

Bloomberg names Shepard senior editor for technology and strategic industries

Bloomberg News has named Mike Shepard a senior editor for technology and strategic industries. He previously was executive editor for U.S. government news in Washington. Shepard has been with …

WSJ’s Gershkovich to receive Pearl Award

The Los Angeles Press Club announced Tuesday that the 2024 Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism will go to Evan Gershkovich of the Wall Street Journal, the same outlet Daniel …

Senior editor Armstrong leaving Fierce Biotech

Annalee Armstrong, a senior editor at Fierce Biotech, is leaving the news organization after three years. Armstrong wrote on LinkedIn that she will stay at the news organization until she finds a new …

CBS News hires Pandise to produce business and tech news

CBS News has hired Emily Pandise as a producer for consumer, business and technology news. She previously spent the past decade at NBC News as a business and economy producer. Pandise also worked …

CNBC promotes Salinas to senior editor

CNBC has promoted Sara Salinas to senior editor. The role was previously held by Mike Calia who moved to NBC News . She has been deputy business and company editor at CNBC. She previously was a …
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US stocks sink as robust economic data offsets Nvidia cheer

Nvidia surpasses $2.5tn market cap on another set of blockbuster earnings

Trump won’t take the stand as ‘hush money’ trial enters end stage

Jury deliberations set to begin next week after former president’s defence rests in Manhattan criminal case

BoE governor predicts ‘quite a drop’ in UK inflation in April figure

Andrew Bailey also says the next move in interest rates by the central bank will be a cut

Biden administration signals it will support push to sanction ICC

Move to censure International Criminal Court a sign of US anger over request for arrest warrants for Israeli ministers

Trump campaign deletes video alluding to Nazi Germany era

Republican US presidential candidate had shared social media post saying he would establish ‘unified Reich’

Why economist forecasts of a US recession were so wrong

The factors that explain why a contraction has been a no-show

Gantz threatens to quit Israeli government if no new war plan by June 8

Ultimatum by member of Netanyahu’s war cabinet brings to a head months of internal tension over Gaza

Russian court seizes assets worth €700mn from UniCredit, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank

Move against western lenders follows dispute with a subsidiary of Gazprom

US companies find borrowing conditions improving as markets rally

Chicago Fed’s index of financial conditions falls to lowest level since January 2022

The WNBA enters its Caitlin Clark era

A new generation of stars is boosting the women’s basketball league. Is it ready to capitalise on that success?

Israel’s ‘strategic drift’ darkens national mood

Rafah offensive and hostage talks stalemate create sense of endless war

‘The house is on fire’: Democrats fear Biden is losing pivotal Georgia

President has shed support among Black voters who helped him defeat Trump in battleground state in 2020

Countries wooing corporate digital nomads hope to make them stay

Nearly 60 countries are offering remote visas, many with an eye to making visitors permanent residents

Pietro Beccari: ‘There is no household in the world that doesn’t have [contact with] Louis Vuitton’

The Louis Vuitton chief wants to turn the LVMH-owned luxury brand into a cultural juggernaut

What can and can’t be learnt from Singapore

The island’s ultimate strength has been a lack of dogma

GameStop to sell up to 45mn new shares after latest ‘meme stock’ rally

Video games store operator announces preliminary results showing expectations of further drop in net sales

Gaza aid pier opens as US warns of ‘imminent famine’

Humanitarian groups say US maritime initiative is insufficient amid acute food shortages

The Israel-Hamas war in maps: latest updates

A visual guide to the war

OpenAI put ‘shiny products’ over safety, departing top researcher says

Jan Leike’s exit from ChatGPT maker is the latest sign of internal divisions over technology’s development

New GameStop saga reveals true fools in markets

Return of the Roaring Kitty to the internet sparks a revival of meme-stock madness
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‘God’s influencer’: Pope clears way for the first-ever millennial saint

Carlo Acutis was 15 when he died from leukemia in 2006, but did big things for Catholicism in his short time on Earth.

Academic associations won’t attend McGill University conferences due to law faculty strike

Around 25 associations have decided to scale back their presence at a congress taking place at McGill University because of recent events taking place on campus.

Okotoks Dawgs begin three-peat quest for WCBL title

Ahead of the start of the new Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) season this weekend, the Okotoks Dawgs want to make history again.

More construction and a new roundabout coming to Ottawa St. in Kitchener

A new roundabout will be at the intersection of Ottawa Street and Westmount Road while the other will eventually arrive at New Dundee and Strasburg roads once they eventually meet.

White Rock murder suspect appears in court, hearing put over to June

Dimitri Nelson Hyacinth was seen in Surrey Provincial Court, where his council requested to put over a hearing for another three weeks.

London, Ont. committee votes down homeless hub rezoning for 743 Wellington Rd.

While London city staff recommended approving the rezoning request as is, committee members voted to on an amendment to remove permission for emergency care establishments.

Cobourg police Dynamic Patrol reports 27 arrests, 9 overdoses downtown in May

The Dynamic Patrol is part of the service's Spring 2024 Downtown Community Safety Action Plan with a focus on patrols in the downtown area, surrounding neighbourhoods and parks. 

U.S. senators urge Trudeau to meet NATO’s 2% defence spending target

The bipartisan group of 23 U.S. senators said they are "concerned and profoundly disappointed" that Canada is not on track to meet its NATO and NORAD commitments.

Ohio train derailment: Norfolk Southern reaches $425M settlement over crash, fire

In February 2023, a 38-car Norfolk Southern cargo train, which was carrying some hazardous chemicals, ran off the rails in the small town of East Palestine, Ohio.

Sask. NDP search for answers on MLA Jeremy Harrison gun allegations

The Saskatchewan NDP are seeking an investigation into whether or not Government House Leader Jeremy Harrison once brought a gun to the legislature.

N.S. reaches deal with owner of Northern Pulp, firm pursues new mill in Queens County

The Northern Pulp plant in Pictou County once employed about 300 people, and has been left idle since 2020.

Guelph police seek vehicle stolen from east-end home

Guelph police say they are looking for a vehicle after it was stolen from an east-end home earlier this week.

Right whale sighting leads to closure of lobster fishing area off northeastern N.B.

The federal fisheries minister says the closure was necessary because an endangered North Atlantic right whale was spotted Friday in shallow waters.

Singapore Airlines turbulence: 20 people remain in intensive care, says Thai hospital

The director of the Bangkok hospital had said 41 people were still under treatment, but later said one person had been discharged.

Nova Scotia teachers vote in favour of new three-year contract with salary increase

In a ratification vote held Wednesday, 91 per cent of Nova Scotia Teachers Union members voted 80.5 per cent in support of the deal.

Classic cars among stolen vehicles recovered by Ontario police in Stirling

Lambton County OPP launched an investigation in late 2023, leading to a search warrant being issued in Stirling in mid-May where a number of vehicles were recovered.

Calgary Flames part ways with assistant coach Marc Savard

Calgary Flames assistant coach Marc Savard and the NHL club have agreed to part company.

Grieving families still waiting to bury loved ones after cemetery strike

The cemetery was largely closed to the public for months in 2023 due to a workers' strike. At one point, more than 300 bodies being kept in storage awaiting burial.

Winnipeg to be hit by more wet weather, meteorologist says

An already wet May is about to get even wetter, Environment Canada says, with a rainfall warning issued for Winnipeg and much of southern Manitoba.

Thunderstorms leave thousands in the dark across Quebec

The Montérégie was the most affected region with up to 5,000 homes without power, followed by the Laurentians with 4,000 in the dark.
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How to Prepare Your Home for a Natural Disaster

Last year, American homes and businesses suffered more than $90 billion in damages from natural disasters. Twenty-eight of these weather events — including Hurricane Idalia in Florida and a …

DOJ Sues Live Nation, Ticketmaster to Break up ‘Monopolistic Control’ of Ticket Prices

The DOJ's lawsuit, which 29 states joined, alleges that Live Nation's exclusive contracts with venues for ticketing lead to higher prices for consumers.

Current Mortgage Rates: Week of May 20 to May 24, 2024

The rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 6.94% for the week ending May 23rd, according to Freddie Mac.

Only 1 in 5 People Think College Is Worth the Money if You Need Student Loans

More opportunities to earn good money without a bachelor’s degree may be affecting how people perceive college value.

Will the IRS’s Free Direct File Option Be Back Again in 2025?

During the 2024 tax filing season, the IRS says more than 140,000 Americans filed for free using the tool.

What to Do if the Carbon Monoxide Detector is Beeping

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a gas or liquid that’s often called the “silent killer” because it’s colorless, odorless and tasteless. This means that poisoning can go undetected until it’s too …

Here’s Why Crypto Prices Are Jumping This Week — and What’s Next

Cryptocurrency prices are rising as the market awaits the SEC's decision on spot ether ETFs.

Over Half of Americans Think the U.S. Is in a Recession (It’s Not)

The last recession took place from February 2020 to April 2020.

Airfare Is Cheaper This Summer. Here’s How to Save on Your Next Trip

Flight prices are down significantly for travel within the U.S., while the savings are smaller for trips abroad.

Travel Rewards Are Now an ‘Essential’ Part of Americans’ Vacation Budgets

At the same time, credit card reward programs are coming under fire in Washington.

Target Is the Latest Store to Go on a Price-Slashing Spree

In a bid to win back inflation-weary customers, Target is discounting milk, bread, veggies, yogurt, coffee, pet food, paper towels and more.

Why Eating at Restaurants Is So Expensive Right Now

As restaurant prices rise faster than general inflation, Americans are collectively saying "we have food at home."

Meme Stock Flop: GameStop Investors Lost Over $13 Billion Last Week

If you bought $1,000 worth of GameStop stock at the recent high, it would have been worth $300 a few days later.

What Is a Tax Credit?

Here's what you need to know about popular tax credits and how to claim them.

How Motion Sensors Work

Motion sensors, along with cameras and lighting systems, have become one of the most recognizable parts of the best home security systems. They are also used for a variety of everyday purposes …

How Does ADT Work?

ADT is a residential and business security service offered by ADT Inc., a well-known company in the home security industry with a long history and strong reputation. ADT features a range of products …

How to Put Out a Fire

Learning how to put out a fire is not only a useful skill, but also a life-saving one. By knowing the basics, individuals can protect themselves and loved ones from the devastating effects of fires. …

Pet-Safe Homes 101: Essential Security Features Every Pet Parent Needs to Know

Pets aren’t just animals; they’re beloved members of the family, and there are certain safety considerations to keep in mind when we bring a four-legged friend home. Read on for a list of …

The Average Tuition Discount at Private Colleges Hits 52%, a Record High

As college costs spike, more students are receiving institutional aid, with bigger discounts off the full sticker price.

The Share of Homes for Sale With Price Cuts Hit a 6-Year High

Over 22% of home listings got a price cut in April, up from 17% the year before.
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Recruiters share 7 tips for getting a government contracting job

Recruiters share industry-specific tips, like how to make your resume look less choppy and why you should reach out to hiring managers directly.

China's $10,000 EV is coming to Europe. Sorry, America.

China's BYD will bring its $10,000 Seagull hatchback. to Europe. US drivers have to wait on companies like Tesla to deliver a cheaper EV option.

Former Facebook engineer says coding with an AI copilot is like working with a 'demigod'

Former Facebook executive Aditya Agarwal attempted to describe the feeling of coding alongside a large language model co-pilot.

2 teens won $50,000 for inventing a device that can filter toxic microplastics from water

Two 17-year-olds created the first device to successfully filter microplastics from water using ultrasonic sound waves and won $50,000 for their work.

The unconventional ways Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and other tech leaders like to run their companies

From banning PowerPoints to having 50 direct reports as CEO, here are some of the most unusual management habits of tech's biggest names.

Inside Arizona's wealthiest zip code, where the average resident is 54 and the median home is $3.3M property

Paradise Valley, Arizona, which has been attracting the wealthy from California, has a median household income of $221,333.

F-35s are going to be a 'game-changer' for US Navy amphibious assault ship and former 'Harrier carrier' USS Bataan, senior officer says

USS Bataan will undergo a major overhaul to carry F-35s that'll make it "the most advanced amphibious warship in the Navy," a senior officer said.

I drove the electric Chevrolet Silverado. It's a beast that could convince truck people to love EVs.

In the end, the Silverado EV was fun to drive and handled well, but it's just too beefy for my taste.

Business Credit Card Benefits and Advantages

Not only does using a business credit card keep your work and personal expenses separate, but it also can help you earn even more rewards.

Biden is hiring a meme manager and is willing to pay up to $85,000

President Joe Biden's campaign is looking to hire someone who can form partnerships with the some of the biggest names in memes.

Democratic consultant who masterminded AI-generated fake Biden robocall scheme indicted on 26 charges

Steve Kramer faces 26 charges, including felony voter suppression, over accusations he orchestrated an AI-generated Joe Biden robocall scheme.

American women are stockpiling abortion pills amid political uncertainty

Women may want to start stockpiling abortion pills and contraception ahead of a potential Trump re-election in November, activists say.

The B-52 shot down Vietnamese fighter jets in historic dogfights. Here's how the US Air Force plans to keep its oldest bomber in the skies for over a century.

The B-52 Stratofortress is expected to outlast newer bombers as the US Air Force continues to modernize the decades-old aircraft.

A US Navy carrier strike group locked in a Red Sea battle has fired over 500 munitions fighting the Houthis

The Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group has spent months defending shipping lanes in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden from the Iran-backed rebels.

Kia unleashed a stylish new electric SUV with 373 miles of range — see the EV3

Kia introduced its new EV3 compact electric SUV on Thursday with 373 miles of range that will go on sale in Korea in July.

Elon Musk says he didn't ask for Biden's tariff on electric vehicles from China

Elon Musk said he was surprised when President Joe Biden announced a 100% tariff on Chinese electric cars.

The race to succeed Mitch McConnell just got a bit more crowded

Sens. John Thune, Rick Scott, and John Cornyn are the only three candidates in the race right now. The election isn't until November.

One of the US's busiest cruise ports can't keep up with America's love for vacations at sea — but an urgent new terminal will help meet the demand for giant cruise ships

Port Canaveral's cruise terminals are so in demand that it's starting to turn away business. To alleviate this, it's quickly building a new terminal.

James Gorman is bringing his 18-year stint at Morgan Stanley to an end

The chairman and former CEO revealed his plans to step down at Morgan Stanley's annual meeting on Thursday.

My high school graduation was ruined. I'm now graduating from college and getting the ceremony I deserve.

After the pandemic ruined his high school graduation and college experience, a student is excited to celebrate his graduation from college properly.
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UK Government Aims to Build Next Large Nuclear Plant in Wales

The UK government aims to build a large nuclear power plant in northern Wales as it seeks to boost the stable, low-carbon electricity source alongside wind farms to reach its climate goals.

The WNBA is investigating whether Vegas tourism authority can sponsor Aces players for $100K each

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The WNBA is investigating whether the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s $100,000 annual sponsorship to Aces player for this season and next is allowed. A league …

China-Bound Oil Tanker Hit by Houthi Missile in Red Sea, US Says

A China-bound oil tanker in the Red Sea was struck and temporarily disabled by a ballistic anti-ship missile fired by Houthi militants, the US Central Command said.

Passenger rail service suspended between Montreal and NYC after CN-Amtrak deal

MONTREAL — No passenger trains are set to run between Montreal and New York City for the next six weeks due to maintenance work after Amtrak struck a deal with Canadian National Railway Co. …

Quebec cities lead Canada when it comes to work-life balance, says report

95% of residents in Quebec cities reported feeling satisfied with their lives overall

From Tokyo to New York, Stock Markets Are on a Record-Hitting Spree Around the World

From New York to London to Tokyo, if there’s one similarity among the world’s equity markets it’s this: record highs.

Mortgage lenders offering ‘extreme discounts’ behind the scene: Robert McLister

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S&P Profit Recovery Revs Up on Big Tech and Strong Consumer

Now that Corporate America’s earnings season is drawing to a close, the takeaway is clear: A broad swath of companies say the worst of last year’s profit pain is over.

Canada is exploring higher tariffs on Chinese EVs, trade minister says

United States announced sweeping new tariffs against China this week

Saviynt Appoints Identity Security Expert Henrique Teixeira as SVP, Strategy

The former chair of Gartner’s IAM summit, and vice president of IAM research will lead Saviynt’s next generation identity strategy, helping companies overcome the foundational challenge of …
Fortune

What women should know about Medicare coverage for health screenings and exams

When women don’t receive regular care, they could skip important preventive measures like mammograms.

Colleges can pay students after NCAA, conferences agree to $2.8 billion settlement

The deal still must be approved by the federal judge overseeing the case and challenges could arise.

Waymark CEO slams health care reform that treat visits like a ‘loyalty rewards program’

Dr. Rajaie Batniji the CEO Waymark said some organizations aren’t going beyond the minimum requirements of value-based care.

HPV vaccines prevent cancer in men as well as women, but fewer boys are getting the shots, new research suggests

“It's really important that teenagers get exposed to the vaccine before they’re exposed to the virus.”

'Quiet vacations' are the latest way millennials are rebelling against in-person work

Young employees want work-life balance and are willing to craft elaborate work-arounds to make it happen.

Nvidia’s landmark performance hasn’t been seen 'in the history of capitalism,' says tech CEO

Nvidia’s quarterly results catapulted its stock up 9% a day after reporting earnings, crossing the $1,000 threshold for the first time ever.

SEC completes abrupt U-turn to approve Ethereum ETFs in ‘politically driven’ move

"It's one of the biggest regulatory 180s in recent SEC history," VanEck told Fortune.

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang doesn’t wear a watch. Here’s why

I’m focused on the now,” Huang says, still atop a winning streak.

The White House is pleading with Big Tech to shut off the firehose of sexually abusive AI deepfakes—'if you’re a teenage girl, if you’re a gay kid, these are problems that people are experiencing right now'

“As generative AI broke on the scene, everyone was speculating about where the first real harms would come. And I think we have the answer."

The baby boomer bump: How ‘the richest retiring generation we’ve ever had’ is keeping the economy afloat

"They are spending on restaurants, cruises, traveling, and health care."

BlackRock’s bond guru Rick Rieder says the Fed’s favorite inflation firefighting strategy is failing—‘the private sector has become a creditor now’

“It’s ambiguous to me today, at best, whether a higher [interest] rate helps bring down inflation versus actually contributes to it,” Rick Rieder told Fortune.

Housing hit ‘rock bottom’ this year, but a top real estate CEO sees improvement over the next several months

Weekly mortgage rates just fell below 7%, a “milestone” in the housing world, according to Redfin’s Glenn Kelman.

Google's AI search wants you to glue cheese to your pizza. It's just the tip of its bad-idea iceberg

Google shows AI technology still has a way to go—a long way.

Venice’s ‘tourist tax,’ labeled a ‘miserable failure,’ might not break even this year

Venice’s new entry fee has brought in $1.1 million after 11 days. That might not be enough to make up the cost over a 29-day trial.

DOJ files suit to break up Ticketmaster

Antitrust lawsuit alleges Live Nation illegally suppressed competition.

More than two-thirds of bosses are 'accidental managers’. And their requests for proper training are being ignored

Almost half of those who have asked for support multiple times said they felt "overwhelmed" and "under equipped" for their role.

A burnout crisis is hitting doctors across the U.S. and it could spell disaster for health care

Pay increased nearly 6% in 2023—not enough to account for inflation and low reimbursements, found Doximity.

Europe fines Oreo-maker Mondelez $366 million for stopping its products from being sold between countries

The European Commission said Mondelez tried to avoid that cross-border trade because that could lead to lower prices.

U.S. intelligence agencies were using generative AI 3 years before ChatGPT was released

U.S. intelligence agencies are scrambling to embrace the AI revolution, believing they’ll otherwise be smothered by exponential data growth.

Renault boss lament's Volkswagen's inability to 'work as a team' as joint cheap EV plan collapses

Renault CEO Luca de Meo had been trying to collaborate on an affordable version of the Twingo.