- Swiss National Bank holds rates unchanged, ending hike streakat 7:53 am
The Swiss National Bank kept interest rates unchanged at its quarterly monetary policy meeting on Thursday.
- One of Ukraine's strongest allies says it will no longer supply Kyiv with weaponsat 7:05 am
A recent dispute over Ukraine's agricultural exports has threatened to break the alliance with its neighbors.
- Chinese EV maker Nio releases a smartphone it expects at least half of its users to buyat 7:03 am
Chinese electric car brand Nio released an Android smartphone on Thursday. CEO William Li spoke with CNBC in an exclusive interview ahead of the launch.
- AI is all the rage now, but the gaming industry may not be ready to adopt it just yetat 6:13 am
Some of the biggest game developers in Japan say trends like generative AI and virtual reality/augmented reality headsets for game development may not be ready yet.
- How can you tell if a job is right for you? Ask these 'overt questions,' organizational psychologist saysat 4:13 am
"Interview processes aren't set up for us to really get to know each other on a deep level," said Andre Martin. "You have to be an expert question asker."
- These are the 50 best hotels in the worldat 2:51 am
The best hotel in the world is Passlacqua, an 18th century villa on the edge of Italy's Lake Como, according to the 50 Best organization's inaugural ranking.
- Hollywood studios, writers near agreement to end strike, hope to finalize deal Thursday, sources sayat 2:41 am
While optimistic, the people noted, however, that if a deal is not reached the strike could last through the end of the year.
- Adidas CEO says Kanye West didn't mean antisemitic remarks, isn't a bad personat 12:15 am
Adidas CEO Bjorn Gulden said Kanye West didn't mean it when he made antisemitic remarks that led to the end of his Yeezy collaboration with the company.
- Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson says Rudy Giuliani groped her before Jan. 6 Capitol riotat 10:22 pm
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson accused Donald Trump's ex-attorney Rudy Giuliani of groping her on the day of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
- U.S. will again offer free at-home Covid tests starting Mondayat 10:15 pm
Americans will soon be able to use COVIDtests.gov to request four free tests, the Biden administration said in a release.
- Judge denies Hunter Biden video court hearing on gun chargesat 10:01 pm
DOJ special counsel David Weiss opposed a video court hearing for Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, in the case charging him with gun crimes.
- Amazon gives Alexa an AI facelift as it launches new smart speakersat 9:11 pm
Amazon introduced new hardware and software with generative artificial intelligence features on Wednesday.
- Fed declines to hike, but points to rates staying higher for longerat 8:59 pm
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday released its decision on interest rates and updates on the economy.
- Netanyahu says Israel and Saudi Arabia 'can forge a historic peace' with Biden's helpat 8:50 pm
Biden met with Netanyahu on the sidelines of the U.N. summit and agreed to work toward establishing diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel.
- Instacart's 11% plunge on second day of trading wipes out almost all of its IPO gainsat 8:41 pm
Instacart shares dropped Wednesday, leaving them narrowly above their debut price.
- Deep-sea mining could help solve the global critical minerals shortage, but it's a lightning rod for controversyat 8:37 pm
There are billions of tons of critical minerals on the ocean floor, but whether they should be mined has become a global controversy.
- 2-year Treasury yield touches highest level since 2006 as Fed signals it's not done hikingat 8:26 pm
The yield on 2-year Treasury note rose to its highest level since 2006 as the Federal Reserve signaled it's planning one more hike in 2023.
- Trump protester turned conspiracy target Ray Epps pleads guilty to Jan. 6 disorderly conductat 8:20 pm
Epps, who traveled to Washington, D.C., to protest former President Donald Trump's 2020 election loss, has become the face of a right-wing conspiracy theory.
- Klaviyo rises 9% in muted NYSE debut after software vendor priced IPO at $30 a shareat 8:09 pm
Software developer Klaviyo debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, a day after Instacart started trading on the Nasdaq
- Why we’re cautiously optimistic about Disney’s new multibillion dollar theme park investmentat 7:59 pm
Disney made a colossal further commitment to its parks business at a complex time for the entertainment giant.
- Anheuser-Busch to stop cutting off Clydesdale horse tails after backlashat 7:57 pm
Anheuser-Busch is bringing an end to the controversial practice of cutting off the tails of its Clydesdale horses for cosmetic purposes.
- Tim Scott and Nikki Haley attack unions as UAW strike threatens to escalate ahead of GOP debateat 7:43 pm
The United Auto Workers strike could escalate ahead of the Republican primary debate next week at the Reagan presidential library in Simi Valley, California.
- Biden administration forgives $37 million in student debt for defrauded borrowersat 7:22 pm
The Biden administration announced it would cancel nearly $37 million in student debt for over 1,200 students who attended the University of Phoenix.
- GM and Stellantis just laid off more than 2,000 additional workers because of the UAW's strikeat 7:05 pm
The UAW's strike is already affecting other GM and Stellantis factories, where nearly 2,400 workers were laid off Wednesday.
- FTC names three Amazon executives in amended complaint over 'deceptive' Prime processesat 6:55 pm
The Federal Trade Commission updated its complaint against Amazon for its "deceptive" Prime sign-up and cancellation process.
- Home prices are expected to rise in 2024: 'There are simply not enough homes' to meet demand, says economistat 6:31 pm
The housing market is expected to remain resilient, even with high mortgage costs pricing out potential buyers.
- The Federal Reserve leaves rates unchanged. Here's how it impacts your moneyat 6:00 pm
At the end of its two-day meeting Wednesday, the Fed said it would skip a rate hike in September. But it won't get any less expensive to borrow.
- John Grisham, George R.R. Martin and other prominent authors sue OpenAIat 5:59 pm
A group of prominent U.S. authors has sued OpenAI over alleged copyright infringement in using their work to train ChatGPT.