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Bill Gates just published a 7-page letter about AI and his predictions for its future
- Bill Gates published a 7-page letter on the future of artificial intelligence.
- Gates focused on three sectors AI could transform: the workforce, healthcare, and education.
- The letter adds to the conversation and debate around AI chatbots, which have become popular.
- Tech layoffs show companies are taking back their power — they may not stop there
- Swiss government halts Credit Suisse banker bonuses after backlash
- Steel barricades go up outside Trump Tower as Trump indictment looms
- Gen Z is coming for the housing market
- Russia shortages in Ukraine likely as prisoners start to be pardoned
- Today's big Fed decision will either focus on inflation or stemming the banking chaos
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A New Zealand veteran who led an elite unit in Ukraine and staged a dramatic rescue was killed in the fighting
New Zealand native Kane Te Tai, who led a secretive reconnaissance unit in Ukraine, was killed on Monday.
TikTok commands the attention of 150 million American users. That's its best defense yet against Biden's threat of a ban.
TikTok's popularity could make the threat of a ban difficult to enforce. It's now used by 150 million Americans each month, or 45% of the population.
The villain of Netflix's K-drama 'The Glory' has become an instant style icon, and a yellow tweed jacket she wears in one scene has already sold out 4 times
The K-drama's antagonist Park Yeon-jin is seen wearing flashy outfits in every scene — and her yellow tweed jacket has sold out multiple times over.
Gwyneth Paltrow ski collision trial: Witness said the movie star crashed into the man suing her 'very hard' and 'directly in the back'
Gwyneth Paltrow and Terry Sanderson have sued each other for negligence, with each claiming the other is responsible for a 2016 ski crash in Utah.
Meme stock GameStop surges 40% after it posted a surprise profit for the first time in 2 years
GameStop reported a profit of $48.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2022 — reversing a $147.5 million loss in the same period a year ago.
Check out Taylor Swift's multimillion-dollar real estate portfolio, with houses from Nashville to Beverly Hills
Taylor Swift's first major real estate purchase was a $2 million condo in Nashville, Tennessee that she bought when she was just 19.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was beaten by a group of attackers in the bathroom of a South Florida gym and sent to the hospital
Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, suffered cuts to his face and bruises, his lawyer Lance Lazzaro said.
The Las Vegas mansion where Siegfried and Roy lived with their lions and tigers is under contract. The new owners say they want to turn it into a shrine.
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Markets may be spiraling right now, but Morgan Stanley says these 30 stocks offer long-term outperformance as the next bull market emerges.
From $2.5 million yachts to $400,000 in DoorDash bills, here are Sam Bankman-Fried and other execs' wildest purchases with FTX and Alameda funds
FTX went bankrupt after it didn't have enough money to meet customer withdrawals. That was partly thanks to excessive spending, court filings show.
The Fed is about to deliver a momentous policy decision. It'll be a choice between keeping the focus on inflation or stemming the banking chaos.
Few probably envy the position the Fed finds itself in. Insider breaks down the issues facing the central bank as Powell gets ready to speak.
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Today's Mortgage and Refinance Rates: March 22, 2023 | Rates Inch up as Markets Await Likely 25-point Hike
Mortgage rates are up slightly today. The Fed is meeting today and is expected to announce another small hike to its benchmark rate this afternoon.
The most unique regional soda brands with cult followings, from Moxie to Topo Chico
Here are the most unique regional sodas with cult followings. These soft drinks have loyal fans and decades-old histories that are fun and tasteful.
Central banks' obsession with holding down wages has led to banks becoming 'collateral damage in a class war,' says GFC veteran economist
Ann Pettifor hit out at "the predicted and deplorable outcome of recent decisions by central bankers" who have hiked interest rates aggressively.
UBS details how consumer spending is under pressure as inflation remains a threat — and reveals 4 top retailers worth investing in
New data from America's top retailers says consumers are hurting from high inflation, but UBS is confident that these 4 stocks will outperform anyway.
Here are 3 important reasons why stocks shouldn't be rallying in the wake of bank bailouts, and why bond investors are right to be bearish, according to Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley CIO Mike Wilson warns investors not to get bullish on stocks just because a string of bank runs has been prevented.
Emerging venture fund managers had few banking options to begin with. After Silicon Valley Bank's collapse, where do they turn now?
Before the banking crisis, emerging fund managers channeled millions of dollars into Silicon Valley Bank. Now they're being shut out of the big banks.
Landlords aren't just lowering rents — they're handing out perks like gift cards and free parking
Desperate for new tenants, landlords aren't just lowering rents — they're handing out perks like gift cards and free parking.
I do 'Bare Minimum Mondays' at work to help beat the 'Sunday scaries' and avoid burnout. It's totally changed my life and how I approach my job.
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The Supreme Court may shut down student loan forgiveness — and refinancing startups are waiting to pounce
Private lenders promise big savings if you refinance your student loans — but the offers will screw you out of future student loan forgiveness.
Nina Montée Karp and Dr. Harvey Karp turned the $1,700 Snoo into the holy grail of parenting. But some say they overhyped the crib's abilities and created a nightmarish corporate culture.
The Snoo is the hottest status symbol for millennial parents, but employees say its creators, Nina Montée Karp and Dr. Harvey Karp, spied on employees and botched plans for the Snoo 2.0.
How to make bricks from plastic trash
A company is turning plastic trash into cheap, easy-to-assemble building materials. It's helping build schools in Ivory Coast.
Tesla got lazy — and now it's getting beat by its old-school rivals
Aging tech, stale car designs, and an outdated business model: How Elon Musk turned Tesla from his crown jewel into an overpriced jalopy.
Anheuser-Busch is launching an entertainment division with help from Oscar-winning producer Michael Sugar in a push to reach consumers who don't watch ads
As more brands invest in Hollywood-style storytelling, beverage giant Anheuser-Busch is forming its own filmed content studio to reach more consumers.
A new Taiwanese luxury airline is launching flights from Taipei to the US. See inside the swanky Airbus A350 flying the 12-hour route.
Unlike other startup airlines, Starlux has entered the market as a full-service carrier with a first class cabin and Bluetooth-equipped TV screens.
ChatGPT will most likely impact your job if you work in tech, went to college, and make up to $80,000 a year, research says
Researchers found that jobs in tech, finance, and communications are more exposed to the affects of AI than blue-collar jobs like manufacturing.
A real estate investor who grosses more than $100,000 in monthly rental income explains the kind of account he uses that safeguards his money better than an FDIC-insured account would
"The FDIC covers you for the first $250,000, but DIF covers you for anything over that. It's like a re-insurance."
Ron DeSantis says that if he runs for president in 2024, he gives the GOP a shot to beat Joe Biden
"If I were to run, I'm running against Biden," DeSantis said in an interview with Piers Morgan, slated to air Thursday.
Donald Trump is privately musing about a potential perp walk in New York and asking aides if he should smile for the camera: report
Trump is telling his friends that he'll find a perp walk fun, per The New York Times, but it's unlikely that he'll have to do it — or be handcuffed.
DeSantis said he doesn't really know what Trump's 'Ron DeSanctimonious' nickname means: 'It's got a lot of vowels'
DeSantis discussed his nicknames in an interview with Piers Morgan, slated to air Thursday. Morgan described the interview in a New York Post story.
The Swiss government has put a stop to some Credit Suisse banker bonuses after public backlash over the state-engineered rescue plan
UBS is buying Credit Suisse for $3.25 billion, but the Swiss government and its central bank are providing up to $226 billion in support.
Steel barricades are going up outside Trump Tower in New York as a Trump indictment looms
The New York Police Department has placed steel barricades in front of Trump Tower, as the city gears up for Donald Trump's potential indictment.
Stormy Daniels looked into hiring a lawyer currently representing Trump in hush money case. The Manhattan DA now has their communications.
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The rise of the 'bait-and-switch' job interview
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Travelers are slamming Airbnb chore lists that tell guests to mow the lawn, do the laundry, and take out the trash — on top of paying $125 cleaning fees
"If I'm paying $229 a night to stay somewhere, plus a $125 cleaning fee, I'm not doing any laundry," one traveler said in a viral TikTok.
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Russian recruits are making videos directly addressed to Putin begging for more support amid 'meat assaults'
Even pro-Russia bloggers are referring to the recent wave of attrition attacks in eastern Ukraine as "meat assaults."
DeSantis implies Trump is a loser by suggesting the former president give him a new nickname: 'Winner'
DeSantis isn't backing down from fighting Trump as the ex-president stares down a looming indictment.
Is this the sneaker Gen Z has been asking for? Nike seems to think so.
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Nike has slowed hiring, and expects the slowdown to continue into June
Nike Chief Financial Officer Matt Friend said the company slowed its hiring, and the company expects the slowdown to continue into the summer.
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UBS will become a Swiss wealth behemoth after buying Credit Suisse, but blending the two rivals could get awkward and messy
Ultra-rich clients are concerned that the acquisition will distract UBS leadership and impact the bank's white-glove service.