Trump-backed Rep. Madison Cawthorn concedes North Carolina Republican primary race
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Controversial Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn was endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
China has signaled easing of its tech crackdown — but don't expect a policy U-turn
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Following a meeting with top executives, Liu He, China's vice-premier, pledged support for the technology sector and plans for internet companies to go public.
Fetterman wins PA Democratic Senate primary, GOP contest is too early to call, NBC projects
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Voters in Pennsylvania decided critical primary races, including a Republican Senate contest that featured Mehmet Oz, Dave McCormick and Kathy Barnette.
India isn't the only one banning food exports. These countries are doing the same
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Here's a list of countries that have banned food exports in the months after the Russia-Ukraine war started, according to the PIIE
Powell says the Fed will not hesitate to keep raising rates until inflation comes down
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Fed Chair Jerome Powell said he will back interest rate increases until prices start falling back toward a healthy level.
House Democrats to hold hearings on baby formula crisis, introduce bill to beef up FDA inspections
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The House will hold hearings on the U.S. baby formula shortage after the closure of an Abbott Nutrition plant sent parents scrambling.
Natural gas prices have already doubled this year. A hot summer could push them even higher
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U.S. natural gas prices more than doubled since the start of the year, and the air-conditioning season could send them soaring by another 25% or more.
JPMorgan investors hand Jamie Dimon a rare rebuke with disapproval of $52.6 million bonus
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The disapproval was the first time JPMorgan's board suffered a down vote on compensation since "say on pay" measures were introduced more than a decade ago.
Netflix lays off 150 employees as the streaming service contends with big subscriber losses
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Netflix is laying off around 150 employees across the company, CNBC confirmed Tuesday.
Just 2% of the richest Americans had their taxes audited in 2019, down from 16% in 2010
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The main reason for the decline in the audit rate is a lack of IRS funding, according to a GAO report.
FDA authorizes Pfizer Covid booster dose for kids ages 5 to 11 years old
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The FDA determined that a third shot can help boost protection for children in this age group and the benefits outweigh the risks.
Musk met Twitter execs for 3 days before making a bid, unclear if they discussed bots
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Twitter's filing didn't say what was discussed in its meetings or if Musk brought up his concerns about the proliferation of spam accounts on the platform.
AMD shares jump after an analyst upgrade. We also think the stock is a buy
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Piper Sandler's upgrade of AMD helped the stock jump Tuesday. We've said for weeks the selling has been overdone.
Robinhood to let users hold their own crypto and NFTs as it reaches for growth beyond stock trading
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Robinhood will launch a stand-alone app that lets users custody their own cryptocurrencies and NFTs, putting it squarely in competition with Coinbase.
Walmart shares fall as higher costs, supply chain problems and inventories eat into profits
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The discounter said the significant jump in fuel prices, higher labor costs and aggressive inventory levels weighed on the company's profits.
Garage-door maker employees get cash reward in takeover as private equity tests ownership model
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In Arthur, Illinois, this week brought a life-changing surprise for hundreds of workers at locally based garage-door maker, C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
You might start hearing about capitulation in the markets. Here's why you should invest anyway
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Financial advisors warn investors to stick to their plans even when they start hearing about market capitulation.
Flight attendants’ union backs Spirit-Frontier merger, clearing labor hurdle
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The announcement clears a labor hurdle among the biggest worker groups at the airlines.
You can get 8 more Covid-19 test kits mailed to your door for free—here's how
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As of Monday, you can order a new batch of eight Covid-19 rapid test kits through a federal government website.
We're adding an appliance maker to our Bullpen as we look for new stocks to buy
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After calling up a handful of names, we want to refresh a company already in our Bullpen, in addition to putting another one on it.
Elon Musk calls on SEC to evaluate Twitter user numbers
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Elon Musk continues to badger Twitter over its metrics and is calling on the SEC to look into the company's user numbers.
U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn lags behind competitors in ad spending heading into primary
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Rep. Madison Cawthorn's campaign spent nothing on local TV advertisements and lagged behind in cable investments going into the Tuesday primary for his seat.
Ford-backed robotaxi start-up Argo AI is ditching its human safety drivers in Miami and Austin
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Argo's driverless taxis won't be carrying paying passengers yet, but they will be on city streets during business hours.
Twitter loses three more senior employees ahead of Musk deal
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A Twitter spokesperson said the three will be leaving the company for new opportunities.
U.S. traffic deaths reached a 16-year high in 2021, according to government estimates
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More people died on U.S. roadways last year than any year since 2005, according to new data released Tuesday by federal vehicle safety officials.
Silicon Valley supply chain fixer Flexport tops the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 list
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Logistics start-up Flexport is No. 1 on the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 list as Silicon Valley looks at the broken global supply chain as a major market opportunity.
Coinbase to slow hiring amid plunge in cryptocurrencies and tech stocks
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Coinbase told staff Tuesday it would slow hiring and reevaluate its headcount, reversing earlier plans to triple its workforce in 2022.
Crypto industry wields its influence in Washington after pouring over $30 million into campaigns
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Crypto executives and lobbyists are moving to gain a foothold in Washington as lawmakers scramble to find a way to regulate the industry.