• Servers for GameStop annual shareholder meeting crash due to overwhelming interest - CNBC

    Gabrielle Fonrouge, Yun Li

    The debacle comes amid a meme stock craze that surged when Keith Gill, aka Roaring Kitty, resumed posting on his social accounts after more than three years.

  • Stock market today: Stock rally fizzles after more cool inflation data, Tesla rises ahead of Musk pay decision - Yahoo Finance

    Karen Friar

    Investors are continuing to weigh signs of cooling inflation and a hawkish shift in the Fed's view on rate cuts.

  • Wells Fargo fires over dozen employees for allegedly faking work by simulating keyboard activity - New York Post

    Reuters

    The fired employees worked in the bank’s wealth and investment management unit, according to the report.

  • This portfolio chip stock is the second-best AI play behind Nvidia - CNBC

    Morgan Chittum

    The Investing Club holds its "Morning Meeting" every weekday at 10:20 a.m. ET.

  • Honda's 2025 Civic hybrids are sporting a new look - Fox Business

    Daniella Genovese

    Honda unveiled the 2025 Civic lineup, which includes two hybrids that boast a fuel economy rating of 50 miles per gallon city, and start at nearly $30,000.

  • Bitcoin miners at Donald Trump's closed-door event say he thinks bitcoin can help win AI arms race - CNBC

    MacKenzie Sigalos

    Donald Trump says he wants all future bitcoin to be minted in the U.S.

  • Roaring Kitty may have liquidated sizable GameStop stake amid trading frenzy - New York Post

    Ariel Zilber

    Keith Gill, the meme stock trend-setter known as Roaring Kitty, may have sold off his recently-disclosed options in GameStop amid a surge in trading, market experts speculated. Gill — who mad…

  • FDA panel: Why experts rejected MDMA therapy from Lykos Therapeutics. - Slate

    Katie MacBride

    This is a huge setback for psychedelic advocates, but it’s ultimately good for patients.

  • Ford enables all dealers to sell EVs, bringing +90% of Americans within reach - Electrek

    Peter Johnson

    As Ford looks to grow its Model e EV business, the company believes its dealer network can be a significant...

  • Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO) Soars on 10-for-1 Stock Split - TipRanks.com - TipRanks

    Kailas Salunkhe

    Following NVIDIA’s (NASDAQ:NVDA) 10-for-1 stock split, another chipmaker is stepping into the spotlight with a stock split of its own. Yesterday, semiconductor and ...

  • Waiting for an Interest-Rate Cut? Fed Is Unlikely to Act Before December. - Barron's

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  • US Producer Prices Surprise With Biggest Decline Since October - Bloomberg

    Matthew Boesler

    US producer prices unexpectedly declined in May by the most in seven months, another welcome development that will strengthen the Federal Reserve’s confidence in moderating inflation.

  • ISS backs Boaz Weinstein’s nominees at four BlackRock funds - CNBC

    Rohan Goswami

    The London Whale trader is seeking to affect board change at some of BlackRock’s funds, accusing the investing giant of mismanagement.

  • Stock-Split Watch: 2 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Stocks That Look Ready to Split - The Motley Fool

    Harsh Chauhan

    Will these two AI stocks follow Nvidia and go for a split?

  • Elon Musk drama intensifies as Tesla shareholders vote on his $56B pay package: Here's what's at stake - Yahoo Finance

    Pras Subramanian

    Today Tesla shareholders will finally answer a $56 billion question hanging over the company: Can CEO Elon Musk keep his record-breaking pay?

  • 5 things to know before the stock market opens Thursday - CNBC

    Michele Luhn

    Here are five key things investors need to know to start the trading day.

  • Ascension cyber attack caused by worker who accidentally downloaded malware - WDIV ClickOnDetroit

    Cassidy Johncox

    A cyber attack that sent Ascension hospitals and health care systems online in May happened because a worker accidentally downloaded malware, officials said this week.

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  • Inside The Global 2000: United States Grows More Dominant Among World's Largest Companies - Forbes

    Hank Tucker

    With JPMorgan leading the list, the United States has widened its lead as home to the world's biggest companies according to Forbes’ annual Global 2000 ranking. Strong U.S. markets should be thanked.

  • The World's Largest Investment Firms 2024: Gains For Apollo, KKR, Ares And Blackstone - Forbes

    Sergei Klebnikov

    Private markets are booming thanks to the popularity of alternatives among wealthy retail investors and ‘higher-for-longer’ interest rates. Once feared, buyout firms like KKR, Apollo and Blackstone have gone mainstream.