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 …

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 …


(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 …
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CNET introduces new design

Adam Auriemma, editor in chief of tech news site CNET, writes about its redesign. Auriemma writes, “It’s not just form, but function too. Our new site design includes engaging hover states, a …

WSJ hires Hazarika as digital platform editor

Bharbi Hazarika has been hired as a digital platform editor at The Wall Street Journal, responsible for editing and curating WSJ.com, the Journal’s mobile app and social platforms. She started as …

Variety promotes Seo to social media editor

Variety has promoted Rachel Seo to social media editor. A story on its website states, “Seo joined Variety in July 2022 after working in event marketing for ViacomCBS’ VidCon live media …

What’s behind Bloomberg’s new home page

Marissa Zanetti-Crume, global head of product at Bloomberg Media, writes about the new home page. Zanetti-Crume writes, “Our vision since launching Bloomberg.com has been to arm business leaders …

FT launches VC arm, invests in Charter

The Financial Times has launched FT Ventures to invest in companies operating in the global information industry and made an investment in Charter, which covers the future of work. The amount was …

CBS News/Stations hires Nguyen as senior producer of consumer and business

Jamie Nguyen, the senior consumer investigative producer at NBC News, is joining CBS News and Stations as the new senior producer leading Consumer/Business/MoneyWatch. “It’s an incredible …

Reorg promotes six editorial staffers to new roles

Reorg, a news service that covers distressed debt and corporate reorganizations, has promoted six of its editorial staffers to new positions. They are: Hoa P Nguyen Nguyen was promoted to senior …

Sherwood Media hires Phillips as senior markets correspondent

Sherwood Media has hires Matt Phillips from Axios to be its senior markets correspondent. Phillips has been working for Axios since December 2021 as the co-author of the daily morning “Axios …

Bisnow hires Jones as NYC real estate reporter

Real estate news service Bisnow has hired Sasha Jones as a reporter covering New York commercial real estate. She previously worked at The Messenger as its national real estate reporter. Jones had …

Law360 staffers vote to strike

Unionized editorial workers at LexisNexis-owned Law360 voted to authorize a strike Monday. The union says the strike is due to lack of progress at the bargaining table, unlawful tactics that violate …

How the WSJ layoff strategy in DC backfired

Ben Smith of Semafor writes about how the Wall Street Journal’s strategy regarding layoffs backfired with staffers. Smith reports, “The Wall Street Journal laid off a list of well-regarded …

Gault, host of CYBER podcast, among those laid off at Vice

Matthew Gault, host and producer of the “CYBER” podcast for Vice’s Motherboard, was among those laid off. “Working with the wonderful people at Motherboard was the honor of my life,” he …

Minneapolis/St. Paul Biz Journal hires Bonelli as a reporter

Cam Bonelli has started at the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal covering technology, manufacturing, aviation and innovation. She writes, “I’ve been in journalism for about seven years, …

CNBC completes renovation of its main studio

CNBC recently completed a major renovation of its largest studio, Studio A, a 7,000-square-foot space, reports Dak Dillon of NewscastStudio. Dillon reports, “Studio A launched in 2003 with the …

Swisher on when reporting leads to conclusions

Harry McCracken of Fast Company spoke with legendary tech journalist Kara Swisher about her career in advance of her new book being released on Tuesday: Here is an excerpt: You talk in the book …

Hodson named Americas editor at The Economist

Hal Hodson has been named Americas editor at The Economist, overseeing coverage of Canada and Latin America. He currently is a special projects writer, based in London. He joined the publication in …

Insinna departs Reuters for Breaking Defense

Valerie Insinna will be rejoining Breaking Defense as senior reporter covering both Congress and the global business of defense. She will start March 4. Insinna comes back to Breaking Defense, where …

Bloomberg hires Barbaglia as M&A reporter in London

Bloomberg News has hired Pamela Barbaglia to cover mergers and acquisitions in France and the Benelux region. She is based in London. Barbaglia previously was with Reuters Breakingviews as a …

Peterson returning to WSJ DC bureau

Kristina Peterson, who had covered food and agriculture policy from The Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau, is returning to the bureau as an enterprise reporter. She was among the layoffs …

The Economist names new president

Luke Bradley-Jones, Disney+ general manager of EMEA, has been named president and managing director of The Economist. Bradley-Jones will continue to accelerate The Economist’s digital evolution. He …
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Apple cancels secretive electric car project in shift to focus on AI

Company ends decade-long research effort as electric vehicle industry loses momentum

Amazon lobbyists to be barred from European parliament

Move comes after pressure from activist groups over transparency and working conditions at ecommerce group

White House piles pressure on Republican Speaker over Ukraine aid

Senate leaders from both parties urge Trump-ally Mike Johnson to back more US funding for Kyiv

McKinsey website touted its advice to Chinese government ministries

Consultancy says marketing claims were ‘inaccurate’ and it has never worked for Beijing

Viking Therapeutics shares more than double on ‘statistically significant’ weight-loss trial results

US biotech group’s data suggests dominance of Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly in the anti-obesity segment could be challenged in a few years

Goldman CEO warns against getting overly confident of US ‘soft landing’

David Solomon strikes more bearish tone on economy, citing ‘uncertainty’ on inflationary pressures and geopolitical risks

Carlyle hires ex-Goldman commodities analyst Currie in energy push

Expert known for bullish calls is latest executive from investment bank to join private capital group

Germany rebuffs Macron on troops for Ukraine

Berlin and central European countries reject French president’s comments on deploying forces

Chinese research ships increase activity near Taiwan

Beijing’s incursions demonstrate capabilities for surveillance and collecting data crucial in warfare

The Japanese robots are coming, Europe

EU’s tight labour market combined with tech advances mean demand for robot workers is increasing

Trump prosecutor seeks gag order ahead of ‘hush money’ trial

Manhattan district attorney asks court to restrict former US president’s comments about criminal proceedings

Microsoft strikes deal with Mistral in push beyond OpenAI

Tech giant unveils partnership with French AI start-up as regulators probe $13bn alliance with ChatGPT maker

Global house prices rebound as economists predict turning point

Across the 37 industrialised OECD countries, nominal house prices grew 2.1% in the third quarter of 2023

The global trade system is in desperate need of an overhaul

Our understanding of comparative advantage is confused and damaging

European football needs innovation and drama, says Real Madrid and FC Barcelona investor

Alan Waxman, head of US investment group Sixth Street, foresees ‘more structural change’ in sport to excite fans and attract new audiences

Jim Ratcliffe warns EU bureaucracy will drive away industry’s investments

Petrochemicals billionaire says he would have passed on $4bn Belgium investment if he had known of regulatory hurdles

AI boom sparks concern over Big Tech’s water consumption

Microsoft, Google and Meta are using more water to cool down data centres that power artificial intelligence products

Argentina’s Milei meets Trump after hosting Biden officials

Rightwing leaders embrace at US conservative conference between speeches

Farmers storm Paris agriculture fair as Macron promises more help

Fresh indication of pan-European tensions as ministers prepare to meet in Brussels on Monday
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Gender pay gap double in private vs public sector, report says. Why?

A new report found that men working in the private sector make almost 10 per cent more per hour than women on average, compared with five per cent in the public sector.

Iafallo ends long scoring drought as Winnipeg Jets dump Blues 4-2 for 4th straight win

Alex Iafallo ended a 20 game goalless drought while Sean Monahan, Brenden Dillon, and Kyle Connor also scored in the win.

Airport train, and housing among Calgary’s funding requests for provincial budget

It's unclear how much of Calgary's budget wishlist will be fulfilled after Premier Danielle Smith signaled spending restraint in the upcoming provincial budget.

Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens add to Coyotes’ losing streak with 4-2 win

The Coyotes' winless run is now 14 after a 4-2 defeat while the Montreal Canadiens are thrilled to put that skid behind them. Brian Wilde has more.

Knights top Leafs to snap Toronto’s win streak

Sheldon Keefe wasn't around to see the conclusion of his team's win streak.

B.C. woman’s death blamed on health care gaps and lack of family doctor

Family and friends of a young shelter worker in Nanaimo are speaking out about her death from an undiagnosed serious infection.

B.C. comedy show cancelled amid backlash over group’s Robert Pickton T-shirt

Danger Cats faced a firestorm of criticism over the shirts, which depicted Robert "Willy" Pickton grinning and holding a slice of bacon with an inflammatory caption.

Canada Revenue Agency warns of relentless scams during tax season

Recently, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre issued a fraud alert stating it’s receiving reports of text messages claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency.

Biden wins Michigan primary but sees eroded support over stance on Gaza

U.S. President Joe Biden faced a sizeable protest campaign from Arab-Americans who chose to vote "uncommitted" in the Michigan primary, where Donald Trump also clinched victory.

Alabama IVF patients call court ruling that paused treatments ‘a gut punch’

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra visited Alabama to lead a roundtable discussion with a group of IVF patients on Tuesday in Birmingham.

Premier Higgs backs calls for auditor general investigation of travel nurse contract

New Brunswick has been under fire for the use of expensive travel nurse contracts to fill gaps in the healthcare system.

Calgary, Edmonton chambers of commerce urge province to explore federal pharmacare

The chambers of commerce said a well-developed national pharmacare program could benefit Alberta’s economy in light of the ongoing labour shortages.

Man dead after shooting in northeast Edmonton Kilkenny neighbourhood

The Edmonton Police Service said officers responded late Monday afternoon to reports of a shooting at a home near 147th Avenue and 77th Street in the Kilkenny neighbourhood. 

Lynx Air hoped purchase by rival Flair would help pay off debt: court docs

Proceeds from a tentative deal with Flair would have gone toward Lynx's debt to Indigo Partners, the U.S. private equity firm run by Bill Franke that owns one-quarter of Lynx.

Fredericton city council permits housing in some commercial zones

Fredericton city council passed a bylaw on Feb. 26 to allow residential developments in two commercial zones. It will promote smaller units nearby to amenities like schools.

Man found dead in Old Strathcona area after gunshots reported to Edmonton police

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man who was found hours after gunshots were reported near 106th Street and 74th Avenue in the Queen Alexandra neighbourhood.

2 men convicted of murdering Run-DMC’s Jam Master Jay in 2002 shooting

A Brooklyn federal jury found Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington guilty of killing the pioneering DJ over what prosecutors characterized as revenge for a failed drug deal.

Why thousands of rural Ontarians may be at risk of losing their doctor

Roughly 10,000 patients in rural Ontario could lose their doctor due to a provincial funding decision that splits a small town into haves and have-nots, a clinic director warns.

Edmonton firefighters camp out in the cold for Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Six firefighters with Edmonton Fire Rescue Services are camping out on the rooftop of Station 2, in an effort to make a difference for families affected by muscular dystrophy.

Quebec isn’t serious in discussing asylum seeker costs, Ottawa says

Marc Miller told reporters in Ottawa Tuesday that Quebec provincial politicians seem to prefer to negotiate in public, which he says isn't the way "responsible governments" behave.

You May Be a 401(k) Millionaire Thanks to the Surging Stock Market

There's been a big spike in retirement accounts worth $1 million or more.

Best Dog Food of 2024

Learn about the best brands of dog foods with Money's reviews.

5 Ways a Government Shutdown Could Affect Your Money

Furloughs, bare-bones customer service and more are looming if Congress doesn't pass a spending bill ASAP.

What Is a VA Loan?

Learn all about VA loans, one of the most important benefits provided by the federal government to members of the armed forces

How to File Your Taxes for Free With TurboTax This Year

Only 37% of taxpayers will qualify for the free edition.

Dollar Scholar Asks: What Is Open Banking, and How Could It Benefit Me?

There may be times you want to give third-party services access to your financial data.

How to Take Care of a Kitten

Read on for our guide and learn how to take care of a kitten.

Car Insurance for College Students: 3 Ways to Save Money

Contact your auto insurer, and don't miss out on student discounts.

Warren Buffett Says the Stock Market Is Like a Casino — Investors Should Resist ‘Foolishness’

“The casino now resides in many homes and daily tempts the occupants,” the Berkshire Hathaway CEO wrote in his annual letter.

What Is a Home Equity Agreement?

Read on to discover what a home equity agreement is and how it can unlock the value of your property.

This Social Security Quiz Stumps Over 40% of People Nearing Retirement

A lack of organization could be to blame for pre-retirees' uncertainty about their retirement budgets.

7 Best Dental Insurance Plans of 2024

Read about Money's review on the best dental insurance plans of 2024.

How to Remove a Tick From a Dog

Read on to learn how to remove a tick from a dog and how to prevent tick illnesses.

How to Discipline a Cat

Read on for our guide and learn how to discipline a cat.

Select Home Warranty Review

Read Money's review of Select Home Warranty.

What Is the Gold Standard?

Read on for our review and learn what Is the Gold Standard.

When Social Security Recipients Will Get Their Checks in February

Social Security payments are distributed based on your birth date and other factors. Here's the schedule for February 2024.

How To Buy Treasury Bills

Money explains how to buy treasury bills.

How Investors Can Gain Exposure to 2024’s Hottest Stock

Nvidia's stock is surging in 2024, but with shares unaffordable to many, these index funds provide an alternative.

10 Best CD Rates for February 2024

Read on to learn about the best CD rates.
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Employees at a Kentucky Dairy Queen say they were forced to eat ice cream contaminated with cleaning solution

Police are investigating after employees at a Dairy Queen in Kentucky say they were forced to eat ice cream contaminated with cleaning solution.

PlayStation is laying off 900 people globally — read the full email employees received about it

PlayStation is cutting 8% of its workforce globally amid a slowdown in video gaming. Here's the email employees got about the news.

The Apple Car is dead, and Elon Musk is speaking at its funeral

"The natural state of a car company is dead," Elon Musk said in response to news of Apple shuttering its electric car project.

Ayo Edebiri respects the rules of time travel

When asked what she might tell her younger self, the SAG Award winner for "The Bear" explained why she would avoid causing a disastrous paradox.

A retiree realized he won $8.4 million after checking his lottery ticket a month after the winning numbers were pulled

Oregon retiree David Schultze finally checked his lottery ticket on Friday and found out he won $8.4 million in numbers pulled a month ago.

Americans are turning to gardening, hunting, and extreme couponing to combat rising food prices

US consumers are spending more money on food than they have in the past 30 years. Some people are getting creative to keep food on the table.

Trump wins the Michigan primary, remains in driver's seat for the GOP presidential nomination

Trump won Michigan in the 2016 general election but lost it to President Biden in 2020. It'll be a hotly-contested state once again in the fall.

Rashida Tlaib and 'uncommitted' voters are delivering a major rebuke to Biden over Israel — and it could make him lose Michigan to Trump in 2024

Tlaib urged MI Democrats to choose 'uncommitted' over Biden in the primary over support for Israel. It's a major warning for his chances in November.

The full list of major US companies slashing staff this year, from Paramount to Google and Microsoft

Companies are still cutting jobs in 2024, after a wave of redundancies last year. Amazon, Google, UPS and Paramount are among those shedding staff.

A Willy Wonka-style 'Chocolate Experience' advertised with AI-style images turned out to be an 'absolute shambles'

"Willy's Chocolate Experience" turned out to be a whole lot less satisfying than people had hoped, and organizers said they were "truly sorry."

AI could influence 'the whole future of war,' starting with gaming out the next fight, experts say

Generative artificial intelligence could enhance decision-making in wargaming simulations, experts say.

Ex-partner of Trump's Georgia prosecutor once texted that DA Fani Willis 'absolutely' started dating Nathan Wade before he was hired

Terrence Bradley testified Tuesday that he had no personal knowledge of when Fani Willis and Nathan Wade's relationship began, despite earlier texts.

Bodycam footage shows deadly shootout at Texas megachurch

Content note: This story contains graphic imagery. Security footage shows the moment a shooter entered a Texas megachurch with her son by her side.

Evaluating the Worth of Credit Card Annual Fees

Determine whether a credit card's annual fee is worth it. This guide lays out the benefits and costs, helping you make informed financial decisions.

God's Man in Washington

Ralph Drollinger has spent years teaching his brand of evangelicalism to GOP congressmen and Donald Trump's Cabinet. He's ready for Round Two.

An infamous hacking group is reportedly behind the cyberattack that has left US pharmacies reeling

A notorious ransomware gang is reportedly behind the outage that has caused a massive backlog in filling prescriptions across the US.

I'm an interior designer. Here are 4 items I'd get at Dollar Tree, and 5 things I'd skip.

As a Gen Z interior designer, I think one of the best things to get at Dollar Tree is a clear vase. One item I typically skip is faux flowers.

The best SSD for PS5 in 2024: Top M.2 solid-state drives

The best solid-state drives for PS5 allow you to expand your console's storage space so you can play more games and enjoy super-fast loading times.

Meet the typical Midwest mover, a Gen Zer from California who's paying under $1,500 a month in rent

The Midwest's allure of lower living costs is drawing in young people from the coasts, Texas, and Colorado.

The odds of a US recession are 'vanishingly low,' Wells Fargo head macro strategist says

"The underlying economy is pretty good, but it's not hot enough yet to spook the Feds. So it's a good comfort zone for a lot of people."
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Evome Medical Engages ICP Securities Inc. for Automated Market Making Services

NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  Evome Medical Technologies Inc. (the “ Company ” or “ Evome ”) (TSXV: EVMT), is pleased to announce that it has engaged the services of ICP …

Two Chinese bloggers in exile warn that police are interrogating their followers

SHANGHAI (AP) — Two prominent Chinese bloggers in exile said that police were investigating their millions of followers on international social media platforms, in an escalation of Beijing’s …

Li Auto Posts First Full Year in Black But Sees Challenges Ahead

Li Auto Inc. reported revenue for the fourth quarter that beat analyst estimates as deep discounting to fend off rising competition in the Chinese electric vehicle market spurred sales.

China’s homegrown C919 jet in spotlight at Singapore air show, but not quite ready to compete

Singapore — SINGAPORE (AP) — China’s C919 single-aisle jet made its international debut at the Singapore Airshow, attracting masses of visitors and hundreds of orders, but analysts say it still …

Make the most of loyalty programs by timing purchases, combining offers: expert

TORONTO — Diana Skakavac is so serious about deal hunting, she considers saving one of her love languages. While she’s clipped coupons, scoured flyers and rooted around clearance aisles, some of …

Qatar to Build New LNG Project as US Stalls on Export Push

Qatar plans to expand exports of liquefied natural gas amid rising demand and a pause on growth projects in the US, a key rival supplier.

UK Seeks to Spur Business Investment With Coordinated Ministerial Push

Ministers will be urged to remove barriers and speed up decisions to boost investment in the UK at an inaugural meeting of a cross-government panel led by Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt.

Tax-free status of movie, music and games traded online is on table as WTO nations meet in Abu Dhabi

GENEVA (AP) — Since late last century and the early days of the web, providers of digital media like Netflix and Spotify have had a free pass when it comes to international taxes on films, video …

Shortage of Oil Tankers at Hand as Red Sea Attacks Divert Trade

Longstanding warnings from the oil tanker industry that too few of the ships are being built are coming back to haunt the market after Houthi attacks on commercial shipping caused widespread …

US, Allies Step Up Strikes on Houthi Targets After Attack Surge

The US and its allies struck multiple targets in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen on Saturday, responding to increased attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea region by the Iran-backed militant …

South Carolina Latest: Haley Says She Will Fight on Despite Loss

Nikki Haley vowed to stay in the Republican presidential contest, despite her loss to frontrunner Donald Trump in her home state.

Federal prosecutors accuse a New Mexico woman of fraud in oil and gas royalty case

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico businesswoman is accused of defrauding the U.S. government and two Native American tribes of taxes and royalties due to them for oil and gas that her companies …

Fed-Favored Inflation Gauge Seen Rising Most in a Year

Underlying US inflation probably rose in January by the most in a year, as tracked by the Federal Reserve’s preferred metric, highlighting the long and bumpy path to taming price pressures.

Bond Markets Are Flooded With Deals to Fund M&A

Demand has grown so fervent for corporate bonds that investors are once again willing to finance big mergers and acquisitions — something they hesitated to do for much of last year.

A collection of the insights Warren Buffett offered in his annual letter Saturday

Billionaire Warren Buffett is known as one of the world’s greatest investors, and the 93-year-old has a devout following of people who admire his track record and appreciate his sage advice on life …

G-7 Pledges to Sustain Ukraine Aid in Call With Zelenskiy

President Joe Biden and fellow leaders from the Group of Seven sought to assure Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy of their support as Russia’s war against his country enters its third year.

Real Estate Firm Avison Young Nears Restructure Post Default

Real estate services firm Avison Young (Canada) Inc. said it’s close to a restructuring that will clean up its balance sheet after it defaulted on a senior term loan, causing a ratings downgrade.

Canada suffers near 40% increase in suspected digital fraud attempts

Third-highest among 19 countries, TransUnion study says

Faircourt Asset Management Inc. Announces February Distribution

Toronto, Feb. 23, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Faircourt Asset Management Inc., as Manager of the Faircourt Fund (NEO:FGX), is pleased to announce the monthly distribution payable on the Shares of the …

BlackRock® Canada Announces Final February Cash Distributions for the iShares® Premium Money Market ETF

TORONTO, Feb. 23, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BlackRock Asset Management Canada Limited (“BlackRock Canada”), an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE: BLK), today announced …

After making a deal with activist investor Carl Icahn, utility AEP cuts its CEO loose

Activist investor Carl Icahn had recently made a deal with AEP to add two of his deputies to the board.

Jeff Bezos, Leon Black, Jamie Dimon, and the Walton family have now sold a combined $11 billion in company stock this month— some for the first time ever

Do they know something we don’t?

Young women are pranking their dads by saying they’re going to work on oil rigs. The responses are heartwarming: ‘Money can’t bring your life back.’

The pay is high, and often doesn’t require higher education, but the work is deadly both for people and the environment.

Want to master the most popular coding language? This JavaScript guide will help you do it

JavaScript is the backbone of the internet, powering everything from interactive web pages to mobile apps and video games.

Blame the Fed’s inflation fighting for why Americans are miserable about the economy, according to Larry Summers (and a bunch of other top economists)

If we still measured inflation the way we did in 1980, today’s inflation rate would be 8%, Summers calculates.

Mass. gov. rips 'decades of inertia and inaction' as she pitches $4 billion housing fix: 'There’s a reason people think about North Carolina or Texas'

“Housing is the biggest challenge we face,” Maura Healey said. “We’ve been down 200,000 housing units in our state."

Electrical transformers are the giant bottleneck waiting for the AI industry: ‘It's going to take several years’

There’s more to this supply shortage than meets the eye.

Apollo Global CEO changes his mind about the best investors being American: 'That's no longer the case'

Apollo CEO Marc Rowan says the best investors operate in Singapore and the UAE.

Wendy’s is going to implement Uber-style surge pricing for your Baconator—with the help of AI

Wendy’s will experiment with dynamic pricing, introducing digital menu boards with fluctuating prices and promotions, as early as next year.

Wall Street billionaire Leon Black just sold his Apollo Global stock for the first time since co-founding the private equity giant

Black unloaded $172.8 million of stock firm last week, according to a regulatory filing Monday. That’s almost 2% of his stake.

'The chatbots are not ready for primetime': Election officials, tech experts sound the alarm on the first AI election

Chatbots such as GPT-4 and Google’s Gemini are prone to suggesting voters head to polling places that don’t exist or inventing illogical responses, a study found.

Yellen wants to seize Russia's frozen $300 billion and spend it on Ukraine as soon as possible

“It is necessary and urgent for our coalition to find a way to unlock the value of these immobilized assets to support Ukraine’s continued resistance,” Yellen said in Sao Paulo.

Florida homeowners have no choice but to lower condo prices as insurance and HOA fees ‘skyrocket,’ Redfin says

Condo prices in Florida are dropping while the U.S. average continues to rise.

You could build the next great website: These 5 bootcamps can help you become the next master web developer

Learning foundational skills like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can help propel you to a long career as a web developer

In a new memoir, veteran tech journalist Kara Swisher takes the industry she ‘loves’ to task. ‘I don’t like what you’ve done with the place’

The famed tech journalist published a memoir, 'Burn Book: A Tech Love Story,' about her career covering the world’s most famous tech executives.

41 Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill and Fleming’s locations shut down - most with little warning

The majority were closed last Friday.

Gen X is actually more worried about retirement than boomers

Greater student-loan burdens, ebbing pensions, and dueling caretaking duties ... retirement is shaping up to be a real drag.

The top 5 cybersecurity companies in the U.S.

Looking for a career switch? Discover the top 5 companies trusted to safeguard your valuable data.

The whole world's economy can actually pull off a soft landing, G-20 says

“We note that the likelihood of a soft landing in the global economy has increased,” says a draft of the G-20’s closing statement seen by Bloomberg.

Zurich paid city employees double their monthly salaries. Now it wants that $200 million back

“Swisscom is aware of the seriousness of this incident and apologizes for the inconvenience caused."