While artificial intelligence is seeding upheaval across the workforce, from screenwriters to financial advisors, the technology will disproportionately replace jobs typically held by women, according to human resources analytics firm Revelio Labs.
In a nondescript office park in San Jose, California, ChargePoint Holdings Inc. runs a torture lab of sorts geared at fixing one of the EV transition’s most pressing problems: public charging stations that often don’t work.
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Elon Musk's brain-implant company Neuralink has been given the green light for its first-in-human clinical trial.
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Stocks rose on Wall Street, led by more gains in technology stocks as another chipmaker reported strong demand related to artificial intelligence.
NY: Stocks close higher on Friday as investors remain optimistic about a debt ceiling deal
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The investing information provided on this page is for educational purposes only. NerdWallet, Inc. does not offer advisory or brokerage services, nor does it recommend or advise investors to buy or sell particular stocks, securities or other investments.The deadline for the U.S. to raise the debt ceiling is looming. If the U.S. defaults, it’s likely...
On Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to advance a proposal that could retroactively end the student loan payment pause, kill the president’s debt cancellation plan and potentially force hundreds of thousands of public servants to return forgiven debt to the government. But borrowers shouldn’t panic yet, because the proposal, pushed forward by Republican...
A month ago, federal data showed relatively flat prices from February to March. Today's fresh figures tell a different story. This month’s personal consumption expenditures price index (PCE) suggests that inflation rose more sharply in April than in the preceding two months. The PCE increased 0.4% in April after rising 0.1% in March and 0.3%...
The U.S. State Department on Thursday issued a warning that China is capable of cyber attacks targeting critical infrastructure such as rail systems and oil and gas pipelines.
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In just days, the U.S. government could run out of cash to pay its bills. Here's a look at the current state of debt ceiling negotiations and why they are happening.
Wall Street’s building frenzy around artificial intelligence helped yank the market higher, even as worries worsen about political rancor in Washington.
Target once distinguished itself as being boldly supportive of the LGBTQ+ community. Now, it has tarnished that status after removing some LGBTQ+-themed products and relocating Pride Month displays to the back of stores in certain Southern locations.
Technology companies led the surging financial markets for 10 years. Stacker analyzed Bureau of Labor Statistics data to document more recent changes.
President Joe Biden has made a deliberate decision to go quiet as his team gets down to the wire in the debt-limit talks, according to White House officials. It’s his view that speaking in public about negotiations does nothing to produce an outcome. The already voluble House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, by contrast, is especially chatty these days, as he aggressively tries to set the terms of the public debate. He's spoken with journalists at least a dozen times this week. Biden addressed the issue briefly on Thursday but has mostly stayed out of the spotlight.
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Speaker Kevin McCarthy said issues remain in negotiations with the Biden administration on raising the federal debt limit as the clock ticks down to the point when the US Treasury runs out of cash.
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