Youth Apprenticeship Week Spotlights Opportunities

(NewsUSA) - Youth Apprenticeship Week, an initiative of the U.S. Department of Labor, features a range of events and speakers at venues across the United States to showcase the many benefits of …

Why Investors Take a Shine to Silver

(NewsUSA) - Silver is a part of everyday life in more ways than most people realize. Besides the more obvious industrial uses, silver is a key component in many products that people rely on every …

Why Investors Take a Shine to Silver

(NewsUSA) - Silver is a part of everyday life in more ways than most people realize. Besides the more obvious industrial uses, silver is a key component in many products that people rely on every …

Small Businesses Seek Talent, Technology to Succeed

(NewsUSA) - Starting and maintaining a successful small business is a challenge in any setting. For rural entrepreneurs, that struggle is even greater when it comes to accessing capital, …

Keep Quality Employees With Quality Benefits

(NewsUSA) - Small business owners know that one of the secrets to success is hiring quality employees and keeping them. One of the best ways to keep your best employees happy is by offering a …

Rebranded Global Accreditation Organization Promotes Patient Safety

(NewsUSA) - The last thing anyone should ever question when considering an outpatient procedure is their safety. After all, you trust that the facility performing your procedure has gone through …

Why It's Important to Talk About Inheriting Wealth

(NewsUSA) - As a significant portion of the U.S. population ages, a significant transfer of wealth to younger generations is occurring. However, many families have not discussed inheritance plans, …

Emerging Adults Stay Positive Despite Financial and Social Pressures

(NewsUSA) - The designation “GenNext” represents adults ages 18-34, the life stage often referred to as “emerging adulthood,” and refers to the next generation of workers, heads of …

Can You Trust Financial Advice You Find Online?

(NewsUSA) - Can you trust the financial advice you find online, including on social media? Nope. And a majority of people already don’t trust online financial advice. According to the CFP Board …

Becoming a CFP® Professional Means Joining a Community

(NewsUSA) - Becoming a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional means more than just a successful career — it means joining a supportive community. CFP Board and CFP® professionals foster …

How to Use Credit Wisely

(NewsUSA) - As the holiday season approaches, more people are out shopping, searching crowded stores and online promotions for the best discounts, and using their credit cards to pay for it all. But …

A New Mission for Military Veterans: Protect Clients’ Finances as a CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Military veterans can take on a new mission as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. Your new objective: Safeguard and advance the financial interests of everyday Americans. By …

How a CFP® Professional Can Help You Navigate Interest Rates

(NewsUSA) - Interest rates have soared dramatically, raising the cost of buying anything on credit. For example, over the past two years, mortgage rates have more than doubled, adding hundreds or …

Become a CFP® Professional and Be Part of a Growing and Diverse Profession

(NewsUSA) - Today, October 4, marks World Financial Planning Day, a time to recognize the value of financial planning. Did you know that financial planning is not just a valuable resource for …

Become a CFP® Professional and Give Back Through Pro Bono Financial Planning

(NewsUSA) - Nearly 9 in 10 Americans are concerned about the current cost of living in the United States, which has created an increasing need for the trusted, often life-changing advice of …

How a CFP® Professional Can Help You Manage Your Debt

(NewsUSA) - Household debts are rising amid higher interest rates. The increase in rates is a major issue for all borrowers, at all ages and stages of life. A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ …

CME Group Awards Scholarships to Next Generation of Ag Leaders

(NewsUSA) - State fairs are not only a summer tradition, but they also play an important role in U.S. agriculture. State and county fairs put a spotlight on an essential part of the global economy, …

Demonstrate Your Commitment to High Ethical Standards by Becoming a CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Consumers are looking for someone they can trust to guide them in financial matters. Becoming a CFP® professional helps you communicate that you’ll always prioritize your clients’ …

CFP® Professionals Can Help Optimize Your Insurance

(NewsUSA) - Insurance is essential to protecting yourself. Health insurance, homeowners insurance, life insurance — all of these can protect you in the event of an emergency. However, determining …

Pharmacy Benefit Managers Curb Drug Costs for Patients and Employers

(Julian Canete) - According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, nearly half of all Americans struggle with health care costs. For many, it's the single largest cost in their budget. As someone that …

Changing Your Career? Consider Becoming a CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Are you thinking of a career change? As you explore new possibilities, you’ll likely want a profession that offers personal fulfillment, encourages professional growth, provides …

Working With a CFP® Professional — What You Need to Know

(NewsUSA) - Congratulations! You’ve already taken one of the most important steps to secure your financial future — connecting with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. You will want …

Three Ways Small and Mid-Sized Businesses Can Improve Cash Flow and Combat Inflation

(NewsUSA) - Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business, no matter the industry or company size. However, as economic headwinds and supply chain woes challenge the bottom line for both Main Street …

How Getting CFP® Certification Can Help Your Career as a Financial Planner

(NewsUSA) - Climbing to the top as a financial advisor can be a challenge. Your ticket to long-term peak performance begins with earning the prestigious CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification, …

Working With an LGBTQ+ CFP® Professional

(NewsUSA) - Choosing a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who aligns with your specific needs and goals is important. If you’re part of the LGBTQ+ community, you may want to seek out an …

Flexibility is Key to a Thriving Retirement

(NewsUSA) - Today’s retirement experience can be unpredictable, and resilience and flexibility are the keys to not just surviving, but thriving.The right strategies and guidance can help retirees …

From High School to High Pay and a Personally Rewarding Career

(NewsUSA) - The best career is one that gives you so much personal satisfaction that you’d gladly do it without pay. But don’t worry; you won’t be working for free if you become a CERTIFIED …

How to Help Your Aging Parents

(NewsUSA) - At some point, you may need to step in and help care for the parents who once cared for you. Starting this new role can be a challenge, but with preparation you’ll be ready. These …

Investing in Your Child's Future: The Advantages of a Career in Financial Planning

(NewsUSA) - As a parent, you want your child to succeed in life and have a career where they are fulfilled and paid well. It’s even better if that career can offer benefits such as personal and …

Not Sure What to Do When You Graduate College? Consider CFP Certification

(NewsUSA) - If you’re getting ready to graduate from college, congratulations! After years of dedication and hard work, your future awaits! And while it’s an exciting time, it can also be …

5 Tips to Help Young Professionals Prepare a Tax Return

(NewsUSA) - Filing your taxes can be stressful and intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. As the deadline for filing taxes approaches, don’t let the pressure overwhelm you. Follow these five …

Benefits for Women Becoming Financial Planners

(NewsUSA) - The financial services industry is changing and diversifying, and this includes women becoming financial advisors at a rate higher than ever before.If you’ve ever considered a career …

How Anxious Are Americans About Their Finances? Very.

(NewsUSA) - A new poll paints a troubling picture of how anxious Americans are about their finances.Nearly half of respondents said they didn’t feel “financially stable,” according to the …

TALKING FINANCIAL LITERACY AND MONEY MANAGEMENT WITH YOUR CHILDREN

(NewsUSA) - Teaching children about money is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Start when they’re young with simple lessons like saving up to buy a toy. You can build upon those lessons …

How Financial Planners Can Advance Equality

(NewsUSA) - Financial planning is about helping individuals and families make sound financial decisions that enable them to achieve their life goals. When financial planners provide these services …

How Financial Planners Can Advance Equality

(NewsUSA) - Financial planning is about helping individuals and families make sound financial decisions that enable them to achieve their life goals. When financial planners provide these services …
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ASX closes 0.5% lower: Iron ore prices fall

12 Jun 2024 - The Australian sharemarket extended losses on Wednesday, with the S&P/ASX 200 Index dropping 0.5% amid investor anxiety over the imminent US Federal Reserve interest rate decision.

Magmatic Resources and Fortescue Metals announce joint venture

12 Jun 2024 - In March, Magmatic Resources (ASX:MAG) announced a joint venture with Fortescue (ASX:FMG) for the Myall copper-gold prospect in central western NSW.

Analysis of Viva Leisure, Skycity, Life360

12 Jun 2024 - Fund Manager Chris Pedersen discusses Viva Leisure, Skycity Entertainment Group and Life360.

Cost pressures diverge in China and Japan

12 Jun 2024 - Ahead of the US inflation data and the Fed interest rate decision tonight and early tomorrow respectively, cost pressures continue to show different outcomes in two of Asia’s major …

Stocks of the Hour: Reach Resources, Nico Resources, Global Lithium Resources, INOVIQ

14 Jun 2024 - A snapshot of the stocks on the move, featuring Reach Resources (ASX:RR1), Nico Resources (ASX:NC1), Global Lithium Resources (ASX:GL1) and INOVIQ (ASX:IIQ).

ASX down 0.69% near noon: Investors await May US CPI

12 Jun 2024 - At 11:30am, the S&P/ASX 200 is 0.69 per cent lower at 7,701.90, reflecting Wall Street's mixed performance where banking stocks weighed on the Dow Jones while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 …

Evolution Mining faces production challenges

12 Jun 2024 - For the second quarter in a row, wet weather and seismic problems have cut Evolution Mining’s (ASX:EVN) gold output.

Copper boomlet deflates amid rising inventories

12 Jun 2024 - The boomlet in copper was again deflated on Tuesday, with London Metal Exchange prices and Comex futures prices in New York touching their lowest levels in seven weeks due to pressure …

Apple surge pushes US markets to new highs

12 Jun 2024 - The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite hit new highs as Apple shares surged on AI news.

Apple's AI leap

12 Jun 2024 - Apple has made fools of all those investors, analysts, and others who had been chiding it (and stronger) for falling behind in AI - its big launch Monday was "underwhelming," according …
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How the FT is using AI for its comments section

Marcela Kunova of Journalism.co.uk writes about how the Financial Times is using artificial intelligence to review comments on its articles. Kunova writes, “After starting to use the tool, rather …

MarketWatch senior reporter Swartz departs for TechStrong

MarketWatch.com senior reporter Jon Swartz has left the news organization to become a senior content writer for TechStrong Group. TechStrong is a media company covering IT industries and practices …

Opinion editor Kuhn departs CoinDesk

Daniel Kuhn, opinion editor and columnist at CoinDesk, is leaving for a new opportunity. He has been at the cryptocurrency publication for five years. “It’s been truly excellent working here, and …

Goldberg departs Hollywood Reporter after two decades

Lesley Goldberg has left The Hollywood Reporter after more than two decades. She has covered the business of TV for two decades. In addition to development, renewals and cancellations, overall deals, …

Biz reporter Barber departs Washington state paper

Caleb Barber, the housing and business reporter of the Longview Daily News in Washington, is leaving the paper. Barber has been covering housing availability, zoning, urban planning, economic …

National Press Club statement on Gershkovich

Following is a statement from Emily Wilkins, president of the National Press Club, on Russia’s announcement of an indictment of wrongfully detained Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich. …

NY Times names Stevis-Gridneff its Canada bureau chief

New York Times international editor Phil Pan sent out the following: She broke the news that the European Union had agreed to ban Russian oil. She got the global exclusive on how the European Union …

FT’s Munir moving to breaking news desk in New York

Zehra Munir of The Financial Times is moving to the news organization’s breaking news desk in New York. She has been commissioning editor for the opinion page in London, where she has worked for …

WSJ hires Otts to cover autos in Detroit

The Wall Street Journal has hired Chris Otts to cover the auto industry in Detroit. Otts has been a business reporter at WDRB in Louisville for the past decade. Before that, he was a business …

Business newsletter company WorkWeek raises $12.5 million

Workweek, a newsletter publishing platform serving business professionals, raised $12.5 million, reports Sara Fischer of Axios. Fischer reports, “The new professional networking platform will …

Business Insider union says ChatGPT is hurting its work

Andrew Deck of Nieman Lab writes about how the Business Insider union has complained about the parent company’s contract with ChatGPT. Deck writes, “The Insider Union has taken issue with this …

Executive editor Bajekal departing Time magazine

Naina Bajekal, executive editor and international editor of Time magazine, is departing the publication. Bajekal has been overseeing world and technology coverage. She is the editor of the Time 100 …

WSJ publisher, editor lambast Gershkovich ruling

Statement from Dow Jones CEO and Wall Street Journal publisher Almar Latour and Wall Street Journal editor in chief Emma Tucker: “Evan Gershkovich is facing a false and baseless charge. Russia’s …

Bloomberg hires Wong as loans and private credit editor in Hong Kong

Chien Mi Wong has been hired by Bloomberg News to be loans and private credit editor in Hong Kong. She will work with the China and Asia credit teams, and global colleagues, as the first point of …

McGraw Center gives fellowships to four journalists

Four veteran journalists have been named the latest recipients of the McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism. Each of the winning projects will receive a grant of up to $15,000. The new McGraw …

Russia sends case of WSJ’s Gershkovich to court

Russian prosecutors finalized the espionage indictment against Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, who will be tried in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg, reports Ivan Nechepurenko of the …

NY Times hires AFP’s Nauman in Soeul

Qasim Nauman will be joining the New York Times breaking news hub in Seoul as an assistant editor in July. Nauman, who has spent seven years at Agence France-Presse, has helped cover some of the …

Dow Jones union to vote on strike fund

In light of a potential walkout by IAPE-represented employees at Dow Jones and financial hardships that some members may face, the union that represents journalists at The Wall Street Journal, …

Dallas Morning News seeks a health reporter

The Dallas Morning News seeks an enterprising and intrepid Health Reporter to cover one of the most fascinating and dynamic medical markets in the country in Dallas-Fort Worth and Texas. This …

Bloomberg Law hires Coyer to cover data privacy and security

Bloomberg News has hired Cassandre Coyer to cover data privacy and security. Coyer previously was a legal technology reporter, covering new things happening around data privacy and cybersecurity …
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Ukraine urges bondholders to accept markdown on more than $20bn of debt

Investors rejected government proposal this month to reduce bonds’ value by up to 60% ahead of deadline

UBS offers to repay 90% to clients hit by Greensill implosion

Swiss lender seeks to resolve dispute linked to Credit Suisse and its supply chain funds

China launches anti-dumping probe into EU pork imports

Investigation comes after Brussels imposes tariffs on Chinese EVs as trade tensions rise

Taiwan’s president urges army to shed nationalist legacy to meet China threat

Duelling centenary celebrations for military academy underscore armed forces’ fractured identity

RwandAir says Qatar Airways closing in on acquiring stake

Carriers have been working on a deal expected to boost capacity in fast-growing market

Why tackling accent bias matters at work

Wall Street banks and big City law firms among employers addressing potential discrimination

Adidas investigates bribery allegations in China

Senior managers accused of receiving millions of euros in kickbacks

The healthcare crisis pitting Colombia’s leftist leader against business

Gustavo Petro accused of ‘destroying’ system as he pushes on with what he says is necessary overhaul

How artists saved New York

What can be learnt from the pioneers who turned abandoned lofts into the creative heart of the city?

Hyundai plans to list India business unit in one of country’s biggest IPOs

South Korean carmaker seeks to capitalise on booming demand in world’s third-largest auto market

Ramaphosa re-elected South African president after striking deal with opposition

Power-sharing arrangement quells investors’ fears of a coalition with radical left parties

Yoox Net-a-Porter exits China to focus on more profitable markets

Luxury ecommerce platform’s decision comes at a time of weaker economic momentum in the mainland

After Baillie Gifford, who is ‘clean’ enough to fund the arts?

The campaign against the asset manager has left festivals struggling to adapt to a new age of protest

Europe’s real tourist trap

The continent gets too much attention from the world to recognise its irrelevance

Carlyle explores sale of electric power producer Cogentrix

Generation facilities have become sought after assets as AI is expected to drive strong demand for electricity supply

The relentless rise of France’s far right

Once consigned to the fringes, French voters now have to decide if they are ready to hand power to Marine Le Pen’s party

G7 threatens China with further sanctions over Russia war support

Leaders accuse Beijing of ‘enabling’ Ukraine conflict and consider more confrontational stance on its economic policies

The Barclay heir battling bankruptcy, the Seigneur, and the Sark IPO

Want a slice of the Barclay Brothers’ empire? You might just be able to have it, thanks to a kooky German investor

Tesla shareholders will have no one to blame if things go south

A solid majority has said that they are fine with giving Elon Musk his shares

Italian football prosecutor dismisses case over Elliott’s AC Milan sale

Decision weakens a separate probe by a Milan prosecutor into hedge fund’s sale to RedBird
Global News

How artificial intelligence could help farming become more efficient, sustainable

There is a network of so-called smart farms across Canada, led by Olds College of Agriculture & Technology in Alberta.

Dog found shot by Ontario owner next to home, 2 suspects wanted

York Regional Police in Ontario say they are searching for two suspects after a dog was shot at a home in Whitchurch-Stouffville.

Manitoba Marathon takes over Winnipeg streets

Close to ten thousand runners laced up their running shoes in this year's Manitoba Marathon held in Winnipeg as organizers are seeing a huge boom in participation.

Understanding municipal issues key to upcoming election, outgoing mayor says

A local professor says ahead of the municipal election that it's important for residents to get more involved in civic politics.

May was ‘another sleepy month’ for homebuyers. Will a rate cut wake them up?

The Canadian housing market remained cool in May, but CREA commentators expect the first interest rate cut of the cycle will bring buyers off the sidelines in months to come.

Man sought in hate-motivated arson likely fled Canada: London, Ont. police

A 55-year-old man faces a slew of charges after what London police believe was a hate-motivated arson but investigators believe he has left the country.

Oilers, Panthers talk about how players pass the time on long flights for Stanley Cup Final

"We spend a lot of time on that plane," Edmonton captain Connor McDavid acknowledged.

N.B. heat wave: Temperatures could feel like 40 C this week

Environment Canada issued a heat warning on Monday morning, forecasting temperatures to reach up to 33 degrees C with a humidex value of 40 during the week.

ANALYSIS: Jets GM has his work cut out for him on the free agency front

With less than two weeks remaining before the free agent market opens for business, there are significant question marks for the Winnipeg Jets.

Alberta trial resumes for men charged with conspiracy to commit murder at Coutts blockade

The trial of two men charged with conspiracy to commit murder at the 2022 blockade at Coutts, Alta., resumes today.

Hamilton Ticats blow late lead, lose 33-30 to Roughriders

A late turnover allowed Saskatchewan to rally past the Tiger-Cats 33-30 in Hamilton's home opening game. The loss drops the Ticats to 0-2.

B.C. man shares story of being hit by float plane on Sunshine Coast

The Sechelt retiree was rowing his skiff to his houseboat at Porpoise Bay in April 2015 when a Harbour Air float plane crashed into him.

WATCH: Global News Hour at 6 – June 16

Watch the online edition of Global News Hour at 6 BC.

Less than 10 per cent of homeless shelters N.S. promised last year currently in place

Nova Scotia announced in 2023 it was paying $7.5 million for 200 self-contained, fibreglass shelters, with 100 of them earmarked for use in Halifax. 

Canadian Premier League brings Vancouver vs. Calgary match to Kelowna

According to Vancouver FC president Rob Friend a CPL team could become a reality in Kelowna.

Calgary explores using interim pipes to move water from Bearspaw plant

The City of Calgary is exploring ways to move water from the Bearspaw Water Treatment Plant. City experts met with other sectors to exchange ideas over the weekend.

Families of loved ones buried at Montreal cemetery demand answers over state of grounds

Katrina Goulo spent hours Sunday clearing her father's resting place arguing that it's disrespectful to allow the grass in the cemetery, which is Canad's largest, to be overgrown.

Charges laid after vehicle theft at downtown Red Deer restaurant

Red Deer RCMP responded around 3:30 p.m. Friday to a motor vehicle theft at Original Joe’s, a popular restaurant and bar in the city's downtown.

Progress too slow on Truth and Reconciliation calls to action, advocates say

Earlier this month, the federal government were criticized by the Assembly of First Nations for a lack of follow-through on reconciliation promises.

Toronto bracing for days of ‘dangerously hot and humid’ weather

Environment Canada issued an extreme heat warning for Toronto and large parts of southern Ontario on Sunday afternoon, predicting humidex highs of as much as 45C. 
money.com

Why Most People Don’t Trust Their Car Insurance Companies

People may rely on insurance companies when things go wrong, but that doesn’t mean customers trust them, according to new data.

Best Smart Locks of 2024

Smart locks are becoming increasingly popular for their convenience and additional security features. Not only can they help you keep watch on who goes in and out of your home, but they also provide …

Home Prices Just Reached a Record High — but Sellers Aren’t Happy

The median U.S. home sales price notched an all-time high of $439,716 in May.

Rocket Mortgage Home Equity Loan Review

Read on for our review and complete guide on rocket mortgage home equity loans.

Will the FAFSA Be Delayed Again? College Experts Are Worried

The Education Department is already four months behind schedule.

What Every Senior Should Know About Home Security

The best home security systems for traditional homes are usually focused on theft prevention and smart home integration, but seniors may have different priorities and needs. If you are a senior …

Social Security Calls Spike After Rumor of Extra Benefits Goes Viral

Misleading and inaccurate articles mentioning a $600 Social Security increase have been circulating on social media for weeks.

Best Home Equity Sharing Companies

Money’s Main Takeaways Home equity sharing could be a good option for homeowners who want to take advantage of the equity they’ve gained without taking out a new loan or having to make monthly …

This Bill Aims to Fix Social Security by Eliminating Taxes on Benefits

The You Earned It, You Keep It Act would be "a tax cut for seniors" — and could save Social Security from insolvency.

Current Mortgage Rates: Week of June 10 to June 14, 2024

The current mortgage rate for a 30-year fixed-rate loan decreased to 6.95% for the week ending June 13, according to Freddie Mac.

Siena College

Founded by Franciscan friars in 1937, Siena reflects its Catholic heritage. There are about 20 friars currently in residence, including 13 who minister on the campus in suburban Loudonville, New …

St. Joseph’s University-New York

St. Joseph’s University is a private institution with campuses in Brooklyn and on Long Island. The university’s education degrees are popular, particularly a program for special education …

SUNY Old Westbury

Part of the State University of New York system, SUNY Old Westbury is a public liberal arts college. Popular majors include accounting, criminology, biology, elementary education and psychology. The …

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is a very young college — it was created in 2013 and welcomed its first class in fall 2015. UTRGV offers more than 100 programs at various levels, …

University of Virginia

Known as a “public Ivy,” the University of Virginia offers in-state students a top-notch education at a reasonable price. The icing on the cake? UVA is the only U.S. college where students hang …

Wheaton College

Founded in 1860 by evangelical abolitionists, Wheaton College is a small liberal arts school west of Chicago and a former stop on the Underground Railroad. Its students, who are passionate about …

How to Get a Job Where You Actually Use Your College Degree

Underemployment is a persistent problem for recent college grads.

Affordability or Culture Fit? Gen Z Students Want Both in a College

Forget flashy amenities. Gen Z students want colleges that align with their ideals and pay off down the road.

These Are the 745 Best Colleges in America

Money's list highlights schools where students are likely to graduate and land good-paying jobs.

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Athlete marketing is booming with the evolution of NIL and creating new career paths

Athlete marketing was upended in 2021 when the NCAA opened the door for student-athletes to make money from their name, image, and likeness.

Surgeon General: Social media should come with a warning label like cigarettes

In an op-ed for The New York Times, Dr. Vivek Murthy said social media is contributing to an "emergency" mental health crisis for young people.

I tried ice-cream cakes from 3 popular chains, and the best was also cheaper than the rest

I'm a pro baker who picked up premade ice-cream cakes from chains Dairy Queen, Cold Stone Creamery, and Baskin-Robbins to see which had the best.

Meet the newest generation of the Kennedy family, America's most famous political dynasty

The younger members of the Kennedy family, one of the most famous political dynasties in the US, include authors, actors, and journalists.

21 transgender and nonbinary celebrities who are changing television

Trans representation on screen hasn't always been easy to find, but these actors have made strides in Hollywood.

9 friends-to-lovers romances to watch next if you enjoyed season 3 of 'Bridgerton'

"Bridgerton" season 3 showcases the friends-to-lovers trope with Colin and Penelope's love story. Check out these similar movies and shows.

Here's where you might recognize the 'Bridgerton' season 3 cast from

"Bridgerton" season 3 focuses on returning characters Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington. New characters like Lord Kilmartin also appear.

Hardware is Wall Street's new favorite bet

The massive data center footprints that firms like Google, Microsoft, and Amazon have amassed are proving valuable during the generative AI boom.

White Castle is taking drive-thru orders using an AI voice system that claims to be more accurate than a human

White Castle says the aim is to free up time for staff and make sure customers don't feel rushed placing their orders.

Here's another reason for Elon Musk to support Trump

The SEC, led by a Biden appointee, is poking around Elon Musk's 2022 Twitter deal. A new report suggests it might push for severe penalties this time.

Armie Hammer has resurfaced on a YouTube show, where he says he once thought of swimming out to sea to kill himself

Hammer made a rare appearance on an episode of the "Painful Lessons Podcast," where he talked about hitting rock bottom and being axed from projects.

Elon Musk may have more to lose under a second Trump term than he stands to gain

Elon Musk and his companies stand to benefit in different ways from a second Trump administration compared to a Biden win in this year's election.

'House of the Dragon' season 2 premiere recap: Blood and Cheese and death

On "House of the Dragon" season 2 episode 1, tensions in House Targaryen ramp up after Daemon goes over Rhaenyra's head to make a big, deadly move.

The 'House of the Dragon' season 2 premiere just subtly introduced a pivotal new character — but you might have missed him

"House of the Dragon" teases Hugh, a blacksmith also known as Hugh Hammer, in the season 2 premiere. He plays a crucial role in "Fire and Blood."

OceanGate co-founder thinks about the Titan implosion daily but still wants to make deep-sea exploration accessible

Guillermo Söhnlein, the OceanGate co-founder who left the company in 2013, told BI that the fatal Titan implosion pushes him to continue to explore.

Their trip to Bali was going to be a month long. But they fell in love with the island and built a house near the sea, giving up city life for good.

The front section of the house is shielded by a giant insect net to prevent mosquitoes. There's even an indoor garden to help keep the place cool.

More parents are taking on debt to pay for Disney vacations as prices soar

Disney's expensive prices have been a hot topic among park fans. They even caused Disney CEO Bob Iger to raise his eyebrows in disbelief.

Over 35,000 women fled Texas to get abortions in 2023

Everything is bigger in Texas. That includes the number of patients who had to leave the state to get abortion care in 2023, data shows.

Gov. Wes Moore's message of patriotism and service could be a blueprint for Democrats in a divided US

Moore wants to keep Democrats in conversations where they need to be in order to remain competitive. And it starts with refusing to cede patriotism.

Bill Gates says nuclear power has 'impressive' bipartisan support

Bill Gates and other tech leaders are promoting nuclear energy as a clean solution to the country's power needs, especially as AI development amps up.
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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Conferences The annual Collision tech conference heads to the Enercare Centre in Toronto this week. Speakers …

The UK’s Muddy Fields Are Latest Climate Threat to Food Security

Britain’s usually plentiful grain crops are struggling — and politicians and consumers may feel the fallout with farmers.

Ed Davey Says UK Needs Closer Ties With Europe to Lift Business

Britain’s Liberal Democrat Party leader set out a path to rejoin the European Union’s single market, saying businesses need closer ties with the trading bloc to prosper.

Toyota shareholders demand vote against chairman Toyoda as automaker embroiled in testing scandal

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota’s chairman Akio Toyoda will be facing some disgruntled shareholders this week, as two major proxy groups demand a vote against keeping the grandson of the founder on its …

Shanghai’s Solar Carnival Belies Fight for Survival in China’s Flagship Clean Energy Industry

Visitors to the world’s biggest showcase of solar power could be forgiven for not realizing just how dismal conditions are in China’s flagship clean energy industry.

Chinese premier promises more pandas and urges Australia to put aside differences

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Chinese Premier Li Qiang on Sunday promised a new pair of giant pandas to a zoo and urged Australia to set aside its differences with Beijing at the outset of the first …

Business Chiefs Want More on Housing and Tax From UK Election

With less than three weeks to go until Britain’s general election, the Tories and Labour have put their policy cards on the table.

US Says Houthis Seek Allies in Bid to Upend Global Shipping

US officials believe that the Houthi rebels in Yemen are pursuing international partnerships with other militant groups as part of their campaign to disrupt global shipping and protest the …

Tax Doubts Set to Dog Keir Starmer to Election and Beyond

Keir Starmer’s path to power at the UK general election seems unassailable with less than three weeks to go, but for investors, economists and the ordinary Britons who will elect him, the Labour …

Milei-Lula Differences Are More Visible Than Ever at G-7 Summit

They couldn’t be farther apart in the family photo of Group of Seven leaders, nor in real life.

Macron’s Election Gamble Gives Europe Brexit Nightmares Again

Emmanuel Macron’s decision to call a snap election in France is giving European officials flashbacks to Brexit.

Discovery Engages ICP Securities Inc. for Automated Market Making Services

TORONTO, June 14, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Discovery Silver Corp. (TSX: DSV, OTCQX: DSVSF) (“Discovery” or the “Company”) today announced an agreement (the “Agreement”) to engage the …

WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings Announces Pricing of $500 Million Senior Secured Notes Offering

PHOENIX, June 13, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings Corp. (“WillScot Mobile Mini” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: WSC), a leader in innovative temporary flexible space …

CIBC Innovation Banking Leads Senior Syndicated Debt Commitment for Yipit, LLC

NEW YORK — CIBC Innovation Banking is pleased to announce that it recently acted as the lead arranger and an administrative agent on a debt facility for New York-based Yipit, LLC (YipitData), the …

Trudeau to Call Vote on Contentious Tax Change This Week

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government will call for a vote this week on a planned hike in the capital-gains tax inclusion rate, a measure that would raise billions in additional government …

Bulgarian Ex-Premier Borissov Wins Snap Vote, Exit Poll Says

Bulgaria’s powerful former prime minister Boyko Borissov is on course to win the country’s sixth election in just over three years, but will fall short of a majority needed to end a political …

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Roots earnings Clothing retailer Roots Corp. is scheduled to release its first-quarter financial results and …

Big Tech Is Driving the S&P Rally. The Rest Have to Step Up Soon

The unceasing growth of Big Tech has been an article of faith for investors since the latest stock market rally began in October 2022.

Will the Bank of Canada’s interest rate cut spur the housing market?

Pent-up demand is expected to drive both sales and prices higher

‘No network is flawless’: Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

As wind-driven wildfires broke out on the Hawaiian island of Maui last summer, killing more than 100 people and destroying thousands of buildings, a telecommunications blackout kept many residents in …
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Laurene Powell Jobs buys a fourth Malibu property for $94 million

It’s her fourth purchase in Malibu in 10 years.

Gen Z workers are rediscovering interpersonal skills in the post-pandemic AI era—and the stakes couldn’t be higher

Gen Z workers must re-learn the power of a personal touch in an increasingly digital world.

Aeroplan is the credit card transfer partner you didn’t know you needed. Here’s why.

With high point values and a long list of Star Alliance partners, Air Canada is an excellent and underrated transfer partner for Chase, Capital One, Amex and more.

Elon Musk and his fellow CEOs are outpacing their workers with fastest pay growth in 14 years—but some still justify massive pay packages by ‘fairness’

Americans nowadays would need to toil for nearly three centuries to make what their CEOs can often earn in one year.

U.S. Surgeon General wants Congress to put warning labels on social media just like cigarettes

Dr. Vivek Murthy said that the use of just a warning label wouldn't make social media safe for young people, but would be a part of the steps needed.

London snatches the crown from Paris as Europe’s largest stock market after Emmanuel Macron’s snap election sends investors into a spin

London lost its position as the leading stock market last time following political chaos under then Prime Minister Liz Truss.

Maryland governor Wes Moore wants to boost economic growth in his state—so he's pardoning 175,000 marijuana convictions to get the ball rolling

Moore said he planned to "right a lot of historical wrongs" and create inclusive economic growth.

Novo Nordisk CEO to face off with Bernie Sanders over 1,300% Ozempic markup in U.S.

Novo's Danish CEO Lars Fruergaard Jørgensen will face the U.S. Senate in September to defend Wegovy's and Ozempic's eye-watering prices.

The threat of a Europe-China trade war looms as Beijing launches an anti-dumping probe on pork

China’s probe into European pork follows EU tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles.

Families warned to prepare for evacuation as wildfires rip through California, and crews battle strong winds to get flames under control

Crews battled blazes in California over the weekend, including a fire along Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles.

China’s premier says relations with Australia are ‘back on track’ after Beijing removes tariffs on wine and barley

China premier Li Qiang is in Australia for a four-day visit, the first by a senior Chinese official in seven years.

Microsoft’s Japan head thinks the aging country needs AI

“We all were wowed when the internet came,” said Microsoft Japan President Miki Tsusaka. “Mobile phones now are part of our bodies. But generative AI, I think, is a technology revolution that …

Bill Gates says he's ready to plow billions into a next-gen nuclear plant being built by his startup

“I put in over a billion, and I’ll put in billions more,” said Gates.

Top Wall Street bear surrenders to bull market and flips forecast, now seeing the S&P 500 soaring to 6,000 by year-end

"Today, GenAI’s potential in every job and sector is inflecting. The backdrop of slowing inflation, a Fed intent on cutting rates and growth support Goldilocks.”

Electricity prices in France turn negative as renewable energy floods the grid

French day-ahead power fell to -€5.76 a megawatt-hour, the lowest in four years, in an auction on Epex Spot.

$155 million debut for 'Inside Out 2' is biggest since 'Barbie' and second best ever for Disney's Pixar

The success is significant for Pixar, marking a much-needed return to form for a studio that has had a string of underwhelming launches.

Gen X is the least confident about retirement as 'crunch time' nears—and has done less to prepare than boomers or millennials

"Gen Xers are reaching crunch time for retirement planning. For Gen Xers, retirement is no longer this far off idea."

The U.S. economy is the most dynamic it's ever been as AI and infrastructure overpower Fed rate hikes, 'Big Short' investor Steve Eisman says

"Definitely hold on to your Apple position," he said. "It's too central a figure in the whole story."

High home price are 'feudalizing' California as unaffordable housing markets pose existential threat to middle class, study says

There are unaffordable housing markets, and then there are "impossibly unaffordable" markets, four of which are in California, a recent study said.

Elon Musk's Neuralink forced a pregnant employee to work with herpes-infected monkeys that scratched her, lawsuit says

The startup is in the early stages of clinical trials for its device, which is aimed at restoring function for paralyzed patients.