- Biden's strategy to combat violent crime will focus on guns, community supportat 10:48 am
President Joe Biden will outline several actions that his administration is taking to curb the recent rise in violent crime and gun violence.
- Bitcoin bounces back after a wild day that briefly took the cryptocurrency below $30,000at 10:38 am
Bitcoin was up nearly 8% Wednesday, climbing back above the $34,000 mark.
- A new ETF is trying to make a movement out of activist investingat 10:35 am
The Engine No. 1 Transform 500 ETF is at the intersection between three hot investing themes: ETFs, ESG and activist investing.
- Stock index futures are muted after Nasdaq closes at a recordat 10:32 am
U.S. stock index futures were flat during early morning trading on Wednesday.
- Iranian authorities thwarted a 'sabotage' attack on nuclear building, local media claimsat 10:11 am
Iranian authorities foiled a "sabotage attack" against one of its civilian nuclear facilities, local news site Nournews reported, offering no further details.
- Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily to shut down operations by midnightat 9:58 am
Apple Daily has come under increasing pressure since its owner, Beijing critic Jimmy Lai, was arrested under the national security law.
- Apple warns of the perils of installing unapproved apps ahead of antitrust debate in Congressat 9:30 am
Apple also warned that allowing sideloading could put children at risk by allowing apps to disregard parental controls or by collecting sensitive user data.
- Euro zone business activity surges by its fastest rate in 15 yearsat 9:17 am
Euro zone business activity shows "very encouraging signs of the recovery gaining momentum," Chris Williamson from IHS Markit told CNBC's "Street Signs Europe."
- Surging inflation is causing headaches for a cautious Bank of Englandat 8:38 am
The Bank of England is expected to hold interest rates at record lows and maintain its massive asset purchase program on Thursday, but inflation poses questions.
- How can you live more sustainably? Five experts share their tipsat 8:31 am
What can we do as individuals to reduce our carbon footprint? CNBC speaks to five experts who share their ideas on how we can change our routines.
- Hong Kong's Hang Seng index jumps nearly 2% as Asia stocks largely riseat 8:26 am
The Hang Seng index in Hong Kong jumped 1.79% on Wednesday to close at 28,817.07.
- Chinese Tesla rival Xpeng Motors to raise up to $2 billion in Hong Kong listingat 7:33 am
Xpeng Motors will raise money to compete in China's increasingly crowded electric car market against the likes of Tesla and Nio.
- China's crackdown on big tech will last for a while, BlackRock says. Here's what they're buying insteadat 7:08 am
"This regulatory cycle is long-lasting compared to 2018," Lucy Liu, a BlackRock portfolio manager, said during a mid-year Asia investment outlook.
- Andrew Yang concedes in NYC mayoral raceat 5:12 am
Yang touted that he had more individual donors than any other campaign and talked about rising anti-Asian hate, NBC New York reports.
- Final round of 2021 U.S. Open draws 5.7 million viewers, most-viewed golf event on NBC since 2018at 5:07 am
NBC Sports said the final round of the 121st U.S. Open peaked at roughly 8.9 million viewers and was the most watched golf event since 2018.
- Shoppers say they would buy more secondhand clothes if they could skip the sales tax, survey saysat 5:00 am
Secondhand apparel has gained popularity among shoppers and now, some want the government to give it a boost.
- Morgan Stanley will bar workers without Covid vaccinations from most New York offices beginning July 12at 12:51 am
Morgan Stanley joins Blackstone and Goldman Sachs in setting conditions related to coronavirus vaccinations for workers returning to the office.
- Senate Republicans block Democrats' sweeping voting, ethics billat 11:45 pm
The Senate appears unlikely to be able to pass the For the People Act, or any other voting rights bill, in the face of Republican opposition.
- Teamsters to vote Thursday on sweeping push to unionize Amazon workersat 11:20 pm
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters will vote Thursday on a resolution to scale up efforts to organize Amazon workers.
- Cramer highlights 5 'low-effort' stocks for retail investorsat 11:12 pm
CNBC's Jim Cramer gave highlighted a handful of stocks that will take little effort from most investors to research and understand the underlying companies.
- Boot Barn CEO says sales boost from return of concerts, rodeos is 'still in front of us'at 10:53 pm
Boot Barn CEO Jim Conroy told CNBC that "all of that tailwind" from the return of concerts and other events is still ahead of the Western-wear retailer.
- Fed Chair Powell says it's 'very, very unlikely' the U.S. will see 1970s-style inflationat 10:41 pm
Fed Chair Jerome Powell continued to attribute most of the recent inflation surge to factors closely tied to the economic reopening.
- GlaxoSmithKline investor meeting could set up a buyable dip, Jim Cramer saysat 10:36 pm
Investors should be prepared for the stock to get slammed if GlaxoSmithKline moves to cut its dividend, the "Mad Money" host said.
- Crypto selling is an opportunity, two traders say. What they would be buyingat 10:36 pm
Buy digital assets over exchange-traded products tied to cryptocurrencies, two traders say.
- Connecticut state Sen. Alex Kasser resigns, blames bitter divorce battle waged by Morgan Stanley executive husbandat 10:10 pm
Connecticut state Sen. Alex Kasser of Greenwich is resigning. She is embroiled in a contentious divorce with a top Morgan Stanley executive, Seth Bergstein.
- 'It's out of control.' Airlines, flight attendants want stiffer penalties for unruly passengersat 10:06 pm
Lawmakers and flight crews have become alarmed about a spike in disruptive and sometimes violent passengers on planes.
- Here are 3 budget strategies this couple used to pay off their $195,000 mortgage in under 4 yearsat 9:12 pm
Andy and Nicole Hill moved into their home at the end of 2013. The couple paid off their entire mortgage in under four years.
- Google, Amazon accuse lawmakers of harming small businesses as Big Tech antitrust bills move through Congressat 8:34 pm
Tech giants that could be broken up under a series of new antitrust bills are speaking out against the measures as lawmakers are set to debate them Wednesday.