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Fund reveals 1st-quarter portfolio
Representative Ayanna Pressley (D., Mass.) on Monday said that people can't be "anti-racist" unless they are in favor of canceling student debt. The...
(Bloomberg) -- Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will decline to name China as a currency manipulator in her first semiannual foreign-exchange report...
Millions are unemployed. The American Jobs Plan will create blue-collar jobs. For those who need training, President Biden's plan will provide it.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has long required public corporations to disclose the compensation of their top officers. The debate about...
In spite of unemployment rates as high as 14.8% during the height of the pandemic in April 2020, the salaries of CEOs at S&P 500 corporations rose to record ...
Intel has laid out a plan to help automakers dealing with the global semiconductor shortage that has left companies like GM canceling production shifts.
John Thero to Retire as President and CEO on August 1, 2021 Board Appoints Karim Mikhail, Current SVP and Head of Commercial for Europe, as Successor DUBLIN,...
The Swiss bank's pre-tax income for the first quarter was expected to be just over $3.7 billion, with about $600 million achieved through reductions to staff...
It can reduce risks of developing symptomatic COVID-19 by 81% if not already infected with the virus.
WeRide, the Chinese autonomous vehicle startup that recently raised $310 million, has received a permit to test driverless vehicles on public roads in San Jose, California. WeRide is the seventh company, following AutoX, Baidu, Cruise, Nuro Waymo and Zoox, to receive a driverless testing permit. In the early days of autonomous vehicle development, testing permits required human safety drivers behind the wheel.
A collection of tech and auto industry executives met with the White House to discuss solutions for the worldwide chip shortage Monday. CEOs from Google, Intel, HP, Dell, Ford and General Motors attended the virtual summit on semiconductors and resilience in supply chains. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo and National Economic Council Director Brian Deese hosted the meeting, which President Biden also attended briefly.
Google's Nest Audio is on sale for $20 off at many online retailers, including Best Buy and Walmart.
After it looked like Apple might no-show, the company has committed to sending a representative to a Senate antitrust hearing on app store competition later this month. Last week, Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Mike Lee (R-UT) put public pressure on the company to attend the hearing, which will be held by the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Competition Policy, Antitrust, and Consumer Rights. Klobuchar chairs that subcommittee, and has turned her focus toward antitrust worries about the tech industry's most dominant players.
You hear so much about data these days that you might forget that a huge amount of the world runs on documents: a veritable menagerie of heterogeneous files and formats holding enormous value yet incompatible with the new era of clean, structured databases. Docugami plans to change that with a system that intuitively understands any set of documents and intelligently indexes their contents - and NASA is already on board. If Docugami's product works as planned, anyone will be able to take piles of documents accumulated over the years and near-instantly convert them to the kind of data that's actually useful to people.
Kori Gauthier was last seen April 7.
Save big the iPad mini -- Apple's tiny tablet is $55 off at Amazon right now.
The chief executive of Intel Corp told Reuters on Monday the company is in talks to start producing chips for car makers to alleviate a shortage that has...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. government posted a March budget deficit of $660 billion, a record high for the month, as direct payments to Americans under...
Kong: Skull Island's Jordan Vogt-Roberts will produce and direct the film.
Well before he became president of the United States, Donald Trump's money and business savviness were the most interesting things about him -- at least from...
Facebook plans to start rolling out notifications to connect people to state-specific information from their local health departments about how they can get vaccinated.
Democratic Republic of Congo's Prime Minister announced a new Cabinet on Monday, completing a government overhaul by President Felix Tshisekedi that...
Air France-KLM has launched a share issue to raise about 988 million euros ($1.2 billion) to strengthen its liquidity and finance its general needs in the...
(Bloomberg) -- Nvidia Corp. said it's offering the company's first server microprocessors, extending a push into Intel Corp.'s most lucrative market with a...
The cannabis company reported third-quarter losses of 91 cents per share
The president faces stiff opposition from Republicans on Capitol Hill to enact the $2 trillion proposal.
McMaster's order comes as Republicans continue to criticize the Biden administration's response to undocumented immigration along the southern border.
Apparently, this is a Bentley. You see, Bentley is headed on back to Pikes Peak for a third (and final) time. The company's first two visits saw the...
"Trying to address supply chains on a crisis-by-crisis basis creates critical national security vulnerabilities," said White House National Security Adviser ...
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Nasir Jones' QueensBridge Venture Partners invested in 2013. A source familiar with the matter confirmed QueensBridge is still on the Coinbase cap table.
Wright, 20, was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on April 11. Protests erupted in the city following his death.
One of the best parts of TechCrunch Disrupt is the Startup Battlefield competition, and one of the most important pieces of the Startup Battlefield is our lineup of expert judges - they're the ones the founders are trying to impress. Once the demos and presentations are done, the judges need to think quickly and ask probing questions about each startup. This year, at our second virtual Startup Battlefield, GV partner Terri Burns will be joining us as one of our judges.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias called Monday for the pullout of foreign forces from Libya, during a visit to the eastern city of Benghazi.
(Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said that getting three-quarters of Americans vaccinated would be a signal that the ...
CHICAGO - Deleon Davenport lives in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood but manages a restaurant in River North, and he's seen the differences in the latest...
Experts cite demographic realities of those who were part of the initial rollout but also women's greater likelihood to seek preventive health care.
(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. is buying speech-recognition pioneer Nuance Communications Inc. in an all-cash deal valued at $19.6 billion, gaining...
The stock of Globant SA (NYSE:GLOB, 30-year Financials) is believed to be significantly overvalued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation.
The stock of HealthEquity (NAS:HQY, 30-year Financials) is believed to be significantly undervalued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation.
The stock of Guangshen Railway Co (OTCPK:GSHHY, 30-year Financials) appears to be fairly valued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation.
(Bloomberg) -- Hedge fund manager Steve Cohen found a buyer for his midtown Manhattan penthouse. It took eight years and a 74% price cut.Cohen's 9,000-square-foot (836-square-meter) duplex at 151 East 58th St. is under contract in Manhattan's priciest deal last week, according to a report Monday by luxury brokerage Olshan Realty Inc.The sale marks the end of a journey that began in 2013 when Cohen, founder of Point72 Asset Management and owner of the New York Mets, listed the place for $115 million. The asking price was reduced several times since, most recently to $29.5 million, according to StreetEasy. The final sale price won't be known until the deal closes.A spokesman for Cohen,...
NVIDIA isn't letting gamers have all the fun. Today at its GTC conference, the company announced its next round of professional-focused graphics cards, based on the Ampere architecture first scene with its RTX 30-series GPUs.
NVIDIA detailed its next-generation Atlan Drive chip at its GTC keynote, promising a processor that will deliver 1,000 TOPS of performance.
Trump launched a full-scale attack on McConnell during an hour-long speech to lawmakers and donors at his Mar-a-Lago resort on Saturday.
The Advertising Standards Authority reportedly asked the company to stop using the phrase.
What would an ARM-based laptop look like with an RTX graphics card? That's something NVIDIA is exploring together with MediaTek, a company best known for building ARM-based chips.
Just like Apple did with its M1 chip, NVIDIA is taking on Intel directly with its own Arm-based CPU.
President Biden has named two former National Security Agency veterans to senior government cybersecurity positions, including the first national cyber director. The appointments, announced Monday, land after the discovery of two cyberattacks linked to foreign governments earlier this year - the Russian espionage campaign that planed backdoors in U.S. technology giant SolarWinds' technology to hack into at least nine federal agencies, and the mass exploitation of Microsoft Exchange servers linked to hackers backed by China. Jen Easterly, a former NSA official under the Obama administration who helped to launch U.S. Cyber Command, has been nominated as the new head of CISA, the...
Ben Pasternak is the founder of Simulate, maker of Nuggs. He says the company's new partnerships will help it grow beyond its millennial audience.
One issue with taxing the ultrawealthy to pay for pandemic losses is they may just avoid the tax. Inequality expert Angus Deaton says so, too.
The world's largest vaccine business is facing muscular threats from the biotech industry, with researchers leaving in the past year.
Goldman also predicted the infrastructure package will be a solitary reconciliation bill with a 25% corporate tax rate, not Biden's desired 28%.
Jessica Alba’s consumer product startup tests the public markets
Two Facebook executives collectively got just shy of $1 million in bonuses in the second half of 2020, according to a new SEC filing.
Greenberg, who faces 33 federal charges, is an associate of Rep. Matt Gaetz and a key player in the federal investigation into the congressman.
A majority of Amazon workers at a Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse voted against joining the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union.
President Xi is confronting the Biden administration with a new world view, that Beijing’s decades of not challenging the U.S. as global leader are over
While the Microsoft billionaire and the Tesla titan have never had a particularly cozy relationship, things have heated up over the past year.
Franchisees and corporate insiders are buzzing about rumors that Subway explored deals with Restaurant Brands International and Inspire Brands.
Satya Nadella said the company intends to integrate Nuance's technology with Microsoft Cloud in Healthcare.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is launching a social-media site focused on free speech that he says will be a cross between Twitter and YouTube.
Software giant agrees to pay $56 per Nuance share, a 23% premium over Friday’s close
Gross bookings rose to highest monthly level in company’s history as Covid-19 vaccinations pick up
Brands like toothpaste company Bite and weighted-blanket maker Bearaby found their mojo in the pandemic. Their CEOs say that success is here to stay.
The Broadsheet, Fortune Most Powerful Women by Kristen Bellstrom, Claire Zillman, and Emma Hinchliffe
Tehran says attack at Natanz took out centrifuges and marked an attempt to scuttle talks with the U.S.
Electric-vehicle maker plans to start selling cars next year after new investors buy in following its brush with bankruptcy
Insider spoke with more than a dozen current and former retail employees who said they believe the company is only a welcoming place for some workers.
Andrew Kamphey set up Better Sheets last April after he challenged himself to launch a new venture within 24 hours.
Plane maker has replaced directors and bolstered management oversight since the second 737 MAX crash, but a proxy firm says more is needed
In the COVID and post–George Floyd era, what works for headquarters staff doesn’t always meet the needs of essential workers.
People’s Bank of China said Ant representatives were summoned to a meeting Monday
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are two of eight centibillionaires in the world thanks to surging tech stocks. They join Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and others.
Higher input costs generally accompany broad economic growth, allowing companies to pass along added expenses and fatten margins
The pandemic “accelerated the adoption curve for on demand delivery,” Prabir Adarkar said.
Texas is among the latest states to push to become a Second Amendment sanctuary — a gesture meant to signal resistance to federal gun laws.
Stock futures ticked down ahead of a busy week of corporate earnings and economic data
Drugmaker says it will ask federal health regulators to clear use among people who haven’t been vaccinated
Drugmaker says it will ask federal health regulators to clear use among people who haven’t been vaccinated
Days after Chinese regulator imposed a record $2.8 billion penalty, the e-commerce giant says it will invest in steps to help merchants
The billionaire Oracle cofounder said in December that he had moved to Lanai, the Hawaiian island he owns.
After a year of sacrifices, many working mothers are trying to regain their momentum. Some have re-tooled their careers. Others hit new obstacles.
The 29-year-old became the first Japanese man to win a major when he survived late drama and miscues to earn a green jacket
Suspicion for Sunday's attack fall on US ally Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Sunday.
Apparent blackout disrupts operations at Iran’s main nuclear facility at Natanz, a day after it went back online after a fire last summer
The statement from business leaders in support of increased voter access could be released as soon as this week, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Nuance, the firm that built the technology that underlies Apple's Siri, would be valued at roughly $16 billion in the deal, a 23% premium to the market.
Powell said the US economy is at an "inflection point" more than a year after the virus forced widespread lockdowns and business closures.
Around 4 million adults aren’t looking for jobs, not because they’re scarce but because of worries about catching the coronavirus
Companies from PayPal to AMC have signaled they will support joining effort for voter access, people say
The study suggests that the Pfizer vaccine is less effective against two variants, though both were quite rare in Israel. It has yet to be peer reviewed.
After Facebook fixed the issue, researchers found a near-identical vulnerability in WhatsApp. They were initially told it wasn't a problem.
Eric Bahn is a cofounder and general partner at Hustle Fund, an early-stage venture capital firm. His wife, Beatrice Kim, runs a life-coaching practice.
Nearly every significant leader in the business has walked out the door.
Commentary: Corporations seeking a strong ESG reputation are greenwashing their activities as they relate to climate change.
A real estate lead at Republic shares the firm's digital real-estate strategy and 3 things investors should know about digital-land investing
The executives’ compensation for 2020 is on track for a record even as shareholders voice displeasure with some pay packages
Former President Donald Trump has repeatedly expressed his frustrating that he isn't receiving credit for the coronavirus vaccine rollout.