Have you ever considered taking an Uber to the hospital, because you didn't want to get stuck with a fat ambulance tab? That's the thing about our healthcare system. Nobody seems to have any idea how much anything costs. By the way, it's totally against the rules.
(Bloomberg) -- China lashed out at a $52 billion program to expand American chipmaking, saying the landmark blueprint contains elements that violate fair market principles and targets Beijing’s own efforts to build a semiconductor industry.Most Read from BloombergApple Targets Sept. 7 for iPhone 14 Launch in Flurry of New DevicesLiz Cheney Prepares for Next Act in GOP Where Trump Holds SwayBiden Called Cheney After Her Loss to Trump-Backed ChallengerMonkeypox Vaccine Maker Seeks Partners in Race
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Here is what Oregon needs to do to land the massive investments, according to an industry task force.
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Elon Musk's bitter fight over Twitter is causing an 'absurdly high' number of employees to flee the social media company for other jobs as they lose faith in leadership
A combination of "mental exhaustion" and loss of respect in leadership is causing the exodus of Twitter employees anticipated when Musk first moved to acquire the company.
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The Texas-based supermarket chain has been cited 13 times since 2015 for failure to guard their band saws.
(Bloomberg) -- On a boat under the Statue of Liberty at happy hour one August Thursday, young Morgan Stanley colleagues sipped champagne and smiled. Two Citigroup Inc. banking analysts left the company’s headquarters by 5:40 p.m. to drink across the street. A young investment-banking analyst who came close to burning out last year now has enough free time to take in Broadway shows.Most Read from BloombergApple Targets Sept. 7 for iPhone 14 Launch in Flurry of New DevicesLiz Cheney Prepares for N
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Oil prices will rebound to $125 this year as recent declines haven't fully accounted for supply constraints, UBS says
Brent crude has dropped to pre-war levels but recovery in China's oil demand will contribute to its price rebound to $125 a barrel, says UBS.
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Gas prices are declining, but one expert cautions it's just a ‘short-term correction.’
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"Quiet quitting" has become a popular approach on TikTok to address overworking issues. The post What is ‘quiet quitting’ and why are employees loving it? appeared first on In The Know.
Higher production of commodities is boosting demand for pipeline and storage assets, thereby brightening the outlook for the Zacks Oil and Gas - Pipeline MLP industry. Some of the frontrunners in the industry are Enterprise (EPD), Energy Transfer (ET) and Magellan Midstream (MMP).
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The lawsuit comes amidst a rash of car thefts involving certain Kia and Hyundai models in Columbus and elsewhere.
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American Rheinmetall Vehicles and GM Defense are combining heir strengths in the vehicle world to compete for the U.S. Army's Common Tactical Vehicle.
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These widely owned companies are doling out between $11.1 billion and $18.5 billion in dividend income to their shareholders each year!
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Uber Eats driver says he only made a profit of 37 cents during a 4-hour shift because filling up his gas tank cost about the same as his earnings
The driver said he had to pay $30.60 for gas at the end of the shift. He told Insider that he wouldn't be doing any more shifts for the company.
Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) and Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) will join a White House-Backed Advanced Manufacturing Program to assist smaller American manufacturers in using 3D printing and other cutting-edge production technology more often, reported Reuters. The program seeks to boost suppliers' use of additive manufacturing (AM). The program, Additive Manufacturing Forward (AM Forward), is organized by the non-profit Applied Science & Technology Research Organization of America (ASTRO Ame
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Sen. Marco Rubio hears from Jacksonville companies about supply chain challenges. Rubio defends vote against computer chip bill signed by President Biden.
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has fought back in its lawsuit against Ripple Labs with a reply brief in support of its objections to orders that asked the SEC to disclose drafts of a 2018 speech made by former SEC director William Hinman. See related article: Judge grants Ripple’s request to review videos of […]
LONDON (Reuters) -The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) includes the "largest investment ever in combating the existential crisis of climate change", according to President Joe Biden, who will sign the bill into law later on Tuesday. Around $369 billion of federal funds will flow into climate change and energy security, boosting domestic capacity to produce wind turbines, solar panels and electric vehicles. However, the green investment comes with a metallic sting in the tail.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -China's EVE Energy Co Ltd will supply BMW with large cylindrical batteries for its electric cars in Europe, two people with knowledge of the matter said, as the German automaker follows Tesla Inc in adopting the new technology. EVE has signed contracts to be BMW's primary supplier of the battery cells in Europe for its new series of electric vehicles due to hit the market from 2025, said one of the people who has direct knowledge of the deal. Tesla this year started manufacturing its new larger-format 4680 cylindrical battery - denoting 46 millimetres in diameter and 80 millimetres in length.
A major Japanese auto lobby said it was concerned about a new U.S. law that restricts tax credits for electric vehicles to those assembled in North America. The Biden administration said on Tuesday about 20 models still qualify for tax credits of up to $7,500. Credits end immediately for about 70% of the 72 models that were previously eligible, according to the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, an industry trade group.