• Why skinny soda cans are everywhere - CNN

    Nathaniel Meyersohn

    Suddenly, your beverage is taller.

  • Wall St gains as bank fears fade, focus on inflation data - Reuters


    Wall Street's main indexes climbed on Thursday as fears of a banking crisis eased, with rate-sensitive realty and technology stocks leading gains ahead of key inflation data that could shape the Federal Reserve's policy path.

  • Mammoth Meatball Created With Extinct DNA - Inside Edition


    Food Scientists in Australia are bringing back a meat not seen in thousands of years — the Wooly Mammoth. A company called Vow injected mammoth DNA into the ...

  • Stocks extend gains, bond yields rise: Stock market news today - Yahoo Finance

    Dani Romero

    Stocks extend gains Thursday morning after a strong showing on Wednesday.

  • Polestar 3 first look: Possibly the best-looking EV for 2023 - Engadget


    While it won't hit the roads until sometime in Q4, the upcoming Polestar might just be the best-looking new EV on the market in 2023..

  • Constellation Brands taps food-and-travel streamer Tastemade to help draw new customers - CNBC

    Lillian Rizzo, Stefan Sykes

    Constellation Brands, which owns a suite of beer, wine and spirits brands, is teaming up with streaming service Tastemade to create a content studio.

  • Senate Democrats led by Elizabeth Warren press federal bank regulators to implement stronger capital requirements - CNBC

    Chelsey Cox

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren is leading the effort to push banking regulators to adopt Basel III bank capital standards after the Silicon Valley Bank collapse.

  • Manchester United record £6.3m profit in quarterly accounts - The Athletic

    Dan Sheldon

    Manchester United recorded a £6.3million profit for the three months ended December 2022, while also seeing their commercial revenue rise £14.3m to £78.7m in the same quarter. Match day revenue, however, fell £4.7m to £29.9m due to playing two less home games…

  • Jobless claims edge up to 198,000, higher than expected - CNBC

    Jeff Cox

    Jobless claims rose 7,000 from the previous period and were a bit higher than the 195,000 estimate.

  • The US economy grew 2.6% during the fourth quarter, slower than previously estimated - CNN

    Alicia Wallace

    The US economy grew at a slower pace in the fourth quarter than previously estimated.

  • Dow Jones Futures Rise 200 Points Ahead Of Jobless Claims; Schwab Drops On Downgrade - Investor's Business Daily

    Investor's Business Daily


  • Thursday's top Wall Street analyst calls include an A.I. beneficiary - CNBC

    Michael Bloom

    Philip Morris got an upgrade from JPMorgan, while Charles Schwab was downgraded.

  • FTC should stop OpenAI from launching new GPT models, says AI policy group - The Verge



  • Crypto Giant Binance Offered Perks to 'Flash Boys,' Regulator's Lawsuit Says - The Wall Street Journal

    Alexander Osipovich

    CFTC says exchange allowed U.S.-based trading firms to access its international derivatives market, circumventing ban on Americans

  • The average Wall Street bonus fell by 26% last year - CNN

    Jeanne Sahadi

    The average annual Wall Street bonus fell to $176,700 last year, a 26% drop from the previous year's average of $240,400, according to estimates released Thursday by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

  • New data: America's Sun Belt shift continues as COVID eases - Axios

    Mike Allen

    Texas was home to six of the top 10 largest-growing counties in 2022.

  • Streaming device maker Roku to cut 200 jobs in second round of layoffs - Reuters


    Roku Inc <a href="https://www.reuters.com/companies/ROKU.O" target="_blank">(ROKU.O)</a> will lay off 6% of its workforce, or 200 employees, in its second round of job cuts, the U.S. streaming device maker said, sending its shares up nearly 3% before the bell…

  • Bay Area tech company shedding office space, laying off 6% of workers - SFGATE

    Tessa McLean

    Electronic Arts, headquartered in Redwood City, announced it will lay off 6% of its workforce and pay upward of $55 million to consolidate offices.

  • Janet Yellen to Say Bank Rules Might Have Become Too Loose - The Wall Street Journal

    Andrew Duehren

    Treasury secretary plans to argue that efforts to protect financial stability are incomplete

  • Meta to Let Users Opt Out of Some Targeted Ads, but Only in Europe - WSJ - The Wall Street Journal

    Sam Schechner, Jeff Horwitz

    Facebook, Instagram parent hopes plans to alter a privacy approach that would limit the impact from EU orders