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Who cares what CEOs think about the economy? You probably should.
Jun 7, 2023
CEOs may not be economic wizards. But they have access to crucial data and make decisions that influence the economy.
EU regulation of AI may yet impact U.S. consumers
Jun 1, 2023
U.S. companies that have to comply with European Union rules see the benefits of using one standard for both places.
There aren't enough workers to help people experiencing homelessness
Jun 1, 2023
That's impacting efforts to get people into housing. But there are some programs trying to increase the number of specialists in the pipeline.
At bitcoin's annual convention, few feel the chill of crypto winter
May 31, 2023
Attendance was down from last year at Bitcoin 2023 in Miami, but faith in the cryptocurrency held on strong.
How the debt ceiling fight puts the indispensable U.S. Treasurys market at risk
May 26, 2023
The $24 trillion Treasury bond market plays an important role in the global financial system. Is there any viable alternative?
How AI is reshaping the computer chip industry
May 24, 2023
Semiconductor company NVIDIA seems to be leading the race in hardware AI.
Congress hasn't had the best record of regulating new tech. Could AI be different?
May 16, 2023
Generative artificial intelligence is advancing quickly, and it's not clear if legislators and regulators can keep up.
What makes a company more likely to issue a product recall? Maybe a new CEO
May 15, 2023
Case in point: Peloton's latest recall.
Google is going all-in to win the AI arms race
May 11, 2023
The company's announcement of new AI product offerings this week adds new fuel to the fire.
How AI true believers are preparing for an economic revolution
May 5, 2023
For some who think artificial intelligence will rapidly transform society, saving for or staying in college feel pointless. So do 401(k)s.