Bitcoin climbs 5% above $28,000 as investors shrug off regulatory crackdowns
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Bitcoin surged 5% in the past 24 hours to as high as $28,474, retaking the $28,000 level after dipping below it on Monday.
Elon Musk and other tech leaders call for pause on 'dangerous race' to make A.I. as advanced as humans
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Artificial intelligence labs have been urged by Elon Musk and numerous other tech industry figures to stop training AI systems more powerful than GPT-4.
Lululemon shares jump as holiday-quarter sales surge
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Lululemon's quarterly results beat Wall Street's expectations, sending shares higher.
ChatGPT and AI might have a future as your portfolio manager, study suggests
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A preliminary paper from two academics in South Korea shows that ChatGPT has some promise as a portfolio manager.
New York identifies 'disadvantaged communities' that will receive extra climate funding
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The communities are located in large parts of northern Manhattan and the Bronx, as well as central Brooklyn and across the coastlines of New York City.
Raise retirement age, or hike payroll taxes? New tool lets you decide how to fix Social Security
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Social Security may not be able to pay full benefits in 2035 if no changes are made sooner. Now, a new tool lets you decide how to shore up the program.
House lawmakers tear into top bank regulators in second hearing this week on SVB collapse
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"We need competent financial supervisors. But Congress can't legislate competence," House Financial Services chairman Rep. Patrick McHenry told regulators.
Amid inflation, nearly half of parents financially support their adult children, but 'it has to go both ways,' economist warns
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On average, parents who financially support grown children give them $1,400 a month for expenses like food, rent, cell phones and car insurance.
Carl Icahn wants to bring back Illumina's ex-CEO 'immediately' as proxy fight intensifies
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Icahn said Illumina should bring back former CEO Jay Flatley, saying current management is making the mistake of holding onto the $7.1 billion Grail deal.
A bad downgrade from UBS provides a buying opportunity for this turnaround play
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Part of call from UBS is related to a higher conviction in a consumer spending slowdown.
'I would never go back': Why people love the 4-day workweek, which companies are hiring, and more
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A four-day workweek takes a special skill set, but the payoff — a three-day weekend — is huge. Think you have what it takes? It's CNBC's Work It newsletter.
Pending home sales squeezed out a tiny gain in February, as mortgage rates jumped
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The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed mortgage started February right around 6% and ended the month just over 7%
FDA approves over-the-counter sales of lifesaving opioid overdose treatment Narcan nasal spray
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The FDA's decision means people will be able to buy the 4mg nasal spray without a prescription in supermarkets, convenience stores and vending machines.
As climate change intensifies extreme weather, NOAA looks to startups to help improve its forecasts
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NOAA is exploring buying data from startups such as Tomorrow.io and Saildrone to help it improve its weather forecasting.
Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette, who's led the company's turnaround effort, will retire next year
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Macy's said Bloomingdale's CEO Tony Spring will succeed Jeff Gennette in February.
Space infrastructure company Redwire trims quarterly losses, builds order backlog
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Space infrastructure company Redwire reported fourth-quarter results on Wednesday, with the company further trimming its losses and building its order backlog.
Credit Suisse whistleblowers say Swiss bank has been helping wealthy Americans dodge U.S. taxes for years
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The bank notoriously pleaded guilty in 2014 to criminal charges for "knowingly and willfully" helping U.S. clients hide offshore assets and income from the IRS.
Dumb phones are on the rise in the U.S. as Gen Z looks to limit screen time
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A resurgence in dumb phones in the U.S. may be tied to concerns about the mental health impact of smartphones, especially among younger generations.
Saudi Arabia takes step to join China-led security bloc, as ties with Beijing strengthen
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The Saudi decision to join the China-led SCO comes within weeks of Beijing brokering talks for arch-rivals Tehran and Ryiadh to resume diplomatic relations.
Mortgage demand gets a boost from bank volatility, but it may be short-lived
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Interest rates declined following turmoil in the banking sector, helping lift demand for mortgages.
IHOP overhauls its menu: Cinn-A-Stack pancakes are back, savory crepes are in
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IHOP is bringing back old favorites and unveiling new items as part of a menu overhaul.
Bernie Sanders set to grill ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz about alleged union busting
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Starbucks Workers United has filed more than 500 complaints of unfair labor practices against the coffee chain.
Lucid to cut 1,300 workers amid signs of flagging demand for its EVs
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Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson said the job cuts will hit "nearly every organization and level, including executives."
Rallies from Walgreens, PVH and McCormick could be a good sign for earnings season, Cramer says
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Stocks that rallied Tuesday in response to "less than stellar" quarterly reports could bode well for earnings season, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Jamie Dimon is being deposed over JPMorgan Chase role in Epstein lawsuits
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The suits allege that New York-based JPMorgan Chase ignored red flags about Jeffrey Epstein.
SVB customers tried to withdraw nearly all the bank’s deposits over two days, Fed's Barr testifies
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The run on Silicon Valley Bank's deposits this month went far deeper than was initially known.
Apple launches its Pay Later service
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Apple on Tuesday introduced Apple Pay Later, which will allow users to split their purchases into four payments spread over six weeks.
5 alarming stats on U.S. economic inequality in Pulitzer Prize-winning author's new book
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Matthew Desmond's new book, "Poverty, by America," explores why the poverty rate hasn't improved in half a century. These figures show how bad the problem is.