U.S. top diplomat warns Moscow of consequences amid Russian troop buildup near Ukraine
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Last week, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that the Biden administration was consulting with NATO allies about the uptick in tensions.
Biden declares South Korean battery maker deal a win for U.S. electric vehicle production
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The settlement will allow plants in Georgia to move forward with plans to produce batteries for Ford and Volkswagen.
How baseball card mania is colling with the NFT boom to revive Topps and change the game for dealers
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Topps' announcement this week that it plans to go public through a SPAC puts the company at the center of three emerging investment trends.
Op-ed: Biden is securing America’s place in the world and challenging China with his bold domestic agenda
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Though Biden has suffered a great deal of misfortune in his life, both personal and political, the stars have been aligned since his election.
Tech comedians are poking fun at their employers, drawing big followings
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Tech workers took to social media to talk about ironies, anxieties and some have grown a business from it
Four ways consumer spending will change once more people are vaccinated
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Even as store traffic and vaccinations pick up, the global health crisis will continue to shape consumers' mindset and their purchases.
IMF hikes growth forecast for the Middle East, says recovery will be 'divergent'
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The International Monetary Fund revised its growth forecast for 2021 up to 4%.
Wall Street’s top analysts back these stocks as the second quarter kicks off
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TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, like Tesla and The Chef's Warehouse
China slaps Alibaba with $2.8 billion fine in anti-monopoly probe
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In a Saturday statement, China's State Administration for Market Regulation accused Alibaba of abusing its market dominance.
U.S. states face steep decline in J&J Covid vaccine amid production problems at Baltimore plant
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The government has allocated only 700,000 J&J shots to states next week, down from 4.9 million the week prior, according to data from the CDC.
'Godzilla vs. Kong' tops $60 million domestically, the best box office haul of the pandemic
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"Godzilla vs. Kong" has topped $60 million at the domestic box office, making it the highest-grossing movie to be released during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
One ETF analyst's word of caution for investors piling into Ark's Space Exploration fund
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Investors flocking to Ark Invest's new space-oriented ETF may not have "fully appreciated" what they're getting, says CFRA's Todd Rosenbluth.
My online side hustle brings in over $1,000 each month: Here is my best advice
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Just Start Investing founder Kevin Panitch shares the valuable lessons he has learned about growing an online side hustle. His brings in over $1,000 each month.
Bidding wars, lack of houses and desperate buyers: How to navigate buying a home this spring
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Competition is tough for the limited supply of homes on the market. Here's how to make sure you are positioned to buy a home without busting your budget.
Earnings season is about to get underway and that could be a positive catalyst for stocks
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The earnings season gets underway in the week ahead, and it is expected to be a positive catalyst that could continue to send stocks higher for now.
This 36-year-old Brooklyn artist made over $46,000 in six weeks selling NFTs
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Brooklyn artist Blake Jamieson made over $46,000 in six weeks selling NFTs. "I believe that I will be a millionaire in like eight weeks, just because of NFTs," he says.
Inside Redwood Materials, former Tesla CTO's effort to recycle batteries for rare components
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CNBC got an inside look at former Tesla CTO JB Straubel's lithium-ion battery recycling start-up.
Trump officials bragged about pressuring CDC to alter Covid reports, emails reveal
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The investigation was first launched after reports surfaced that Trump demanded the right to alter CDC reports.
Georgia Gov. Kemp cheers Augusta National for ‘not getting involved in politics'
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp praised the Augusta National Golf Club for not caving to the political pressures that have befallen the state recently.
Venture funding soared to record $64 billion in Q1
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Following a historic year for tech IPOs, venture capitalists invested a record sum of money in the first quarter, piling into early and late-stage companies.
Zillow president expects increase in home listings as Covid certainty improves
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"All the indicators that we see say that this housing market ... [continues] to be hot, and there are a lot of reasons for that," Zillow's Susan Daimler said.
GM cutting overtime shifts at two U.S. truck plants due to chip shortage
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The plants in Michigan and Indiana produce GM's full-size pickups, including light-duty Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models.
Lagarde sees strong rebound for EU economy in second half, expects U.S. to meet inflation goal soon
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Despite a difficult struggle against the Covid-19 pandemic, the EU will hit its economic stride later this year, Lagarde told CNBC on Friday.
Chris Cox earned cash and stock worth $69 million after rejoining Facebook last year
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Cox is a key moral leader at Facebook and one of its top strategic executives, coordinating how the company's various services work with one another.
The economy is on the cusp of a major boom and economists believe it could last
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The economy has entered a period of supercharged growth, and instead of flat out fizzling, it could potentially remain stronger than it was pre-pandemic.
Biden has options beyond a corporate tax hike to pay for infrastructure, as negotiations get underway
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As Biden tries to curry favor for a corporate tax hike, the administration has other ways it could fund a $2 trillion infrastructure plan.
Amazon wins enough votes to beat union effort in Alabama
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The union election at one of Amazon's Alabama warehouses has shaped up to be one of the most important organizing campaigns in recent history.
How much you need to invest per month to retire at 45 with $30,000 in passive income
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If you save up a large enough nest egg, you could live off of your returns. Here's a breakdown of how much you'll need to save to collect $30,000 per year.