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Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook Say Goodbye to Their Crypto
The CEO of the social media giant has just buried the last project of his ambitions in crypto.
Bezos Warns Against White House Solution to Lower Gas Prices
The founder of e-commerce giant Amazon is watching closely as the Biden administration fights inflation at a 40-year high.
The Sarepta Therapeutics Pipeline No One is Talking About
Gene therapy and gene editing get all the glory, but investors shouldn't overlook an emerging group of tools.
Huge Disney World Competitor Readies Its Own Pirate Ride
Pirates of the Caribbean has a big new rival.
Las Vegas Strip Venue Abruptly Shuts Down With No Warning
Michael Jackson's home on the Las Vegas Strip (at least one of them) closes its doors for good.
Which Stores and Restaurants Have 4th of July Deals?
Sunrise to sunset, retailers and restaurants want your business on the Fourth of July.
Burger King Menu Has Some Secret Whoppers (and Frings)
The fast-food chain has not embraced its secret menu the way its rival has, but you can order Frings or a BK BLT.
Tesla Rivals Challenge Its Lead as Nio Sets Encouraging Record
Tesla's rivals are not even coming close to producing and delivering EVs at the same rate as the Austin, Texas-based market leader.
Roe v. Wade: Google Makes a Major Decision to Protect Privacy
Google will delete a person's location history for going to an abortion clinic.
Tesla Q2 Deliveries Slump To 254,695 As Shanghai Shutdown, Supply Chain Snarls Take Toll
Tesla said it had a record rate of production in June, but supply chain disruption and the closure of its Shanghai gigafactory triggered a slump in Q2 deliveries.
Celebrities Erase Their Crypto Ties As Crypto Mania Turns Into Crisis
Some famous people may be regretting their decisions to push crypto companies.
Las Vegas Strip’s New Resort Casino Rising in Unique Location
Las Vegas has another major new casino/hotel project underway.
Carnival Cruise Adds More Guy Fieri, Extends Restaurant Closures
The cruise line has put some of it staffing problems behind it, but one restaurant remains closed although one popular venue has a new menu item.
Taco Bell Menu Adds 2 Bizarre New Items (You Will Probably Love)
The chain that brought you the Doritos Locos Taco has taken a can't stop, won't stop approach to innovation.
Upgrade Your Home Security With Discounted Blink Cameras
Right now you can score up to 60% off Blink outdoor and indoor cameras.
Crypto: Hedge Fund Debacle May Ruin Two Prominent Lenders
Voyager Digital just abruptly halted fund withdrawals, while BlockFi struck a deal with a potential savior.
Best-Selling Espresso Maker is Already 33% Off For Prime Day
Need your caffeine fix fast in the morning? Check out this best-selling espresso maker already on sale ahead of Prime Day.
Do People Really Care About the Ethics of Snack Food Companies?
A recent Frito-Lay report certainly seems to suggest people have opinions about a company's ethics.
Steve Jobs Gets Posthumous Award From President Joe Biden
Jobs was one of 17 people to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Cannabis News Week: Only Way to Go Is Up; Governor Breaks Promise
Cannabis stocks had a rough first half of the year, but the appetite for marijuana in the U.S. is growing.
Mark Zuckerberg Has an Original Idea to Get Rid of Employees
The CEO of social media giant Meta is pessimistic about the economy and is looking for ways to keep his company profitable.
Hershey Makes BofA List of Recession-Resistant Stocks
The list consists of small- and mid-cap stocks. The economy shrank in the first quarter, and some see a Q2 decline too.
"You Are The Product": Your Data on Apps Is Not Private
While many states are passing laws to make abortion illegal, data about your menstrual cycle stored on an app can be handed over to authorities.
General Motors Stock Halted, Edge Higher After Detailing Q2 Chip Shortage Hit To Inventory
GM said chip shortages and supply chain snarls left nearly 100,000 vehicles unfinished over the second quarter.
Bitcoin Had The Second Worst Quarter In Its Young History
Cryptocurrency prices are affected by an unprecedented crisis of confidence
Stock Markets Today - 7/1: Stocks Jump, Treasury Yields Tumble, Following Worst First Half on Wall Street in 50 Years
Wall Street kicked-off the second half of the year much as it ended the first: focused in the impact inflation will have on growth prospects for the world's biggest economy.
Kohl's Stock Plunges As Retailer Scraps Franchise Group Sale Talks
"Given the environment and market volatility, the Board determined that it simply was not prudent to continue pursuing a deal," said chairman Peter Boneparth.