Elon Musk's mysterious ways on display in Tesla tweet trial
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Elon Musk’s enigmatic personality and unconventional tactics are emerging as key exhibits in a trial revolving around one of his most polarizing pursuits — tweeting.
Samsung's profit plummets amid global economic woes
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics said Tuesday its profit for the last quarter plummeted nearly 70% as a weak global economy depressed demand for its consumer electronics products and computer memory chips.
$740M in crypto assets recovered in FTX bankruptcy so far
NEW YORK (AP) — The company tasked with locking down the assets of the failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX says it has managed to recover and secure $740 million in assets so far, a fraction of the potentially billions of dollars likely missing from the co...
Most Ukrainians left without power after new Russian strikes
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia unleashed a new missile onslaught on Ukraine's battered energy grid Wednesday, robbing cities of power and some of water and public transport, too, compounding the hardship of winter for millions.
$250k/MONTH Spender Looking to Maximize Cash Rewards
I am a business owner and spend about $250,000 per month on business expenses through my personal card. Most of the spend is on digital marketing (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Microsoft, etc.).
FIFA head says fans 'will survive' without beer at World Cup
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — FIFA president Gianni Infantino downplayed Qatar's last minute ban on the sale of beer at World Cup stadiums as nothing more than a brief inconvenience to spectators.
Western US cities to remove decorative grass amid drought
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A group of 30 agencies that supply water to homes and businesses throughout the western United States has pledged to rip up lots of decorative grass to help keep water in the over-tapped Colorado River.
The 9 Most Batshit Revelations From FTX's Bankruptcy Filing
When it comes to FTX, how bad can things get? Apparently the answer to that question is: pretty friggin' bad.
Walmart agrees to $3.1 billion opioid settlement framework | CNN Business
Walmart agreed to the framework of a $3.1 billion settlement, which resolves allegations from multiple states' attorneys general that the company failed to regulate opioid prescriptions contributing to the nationwide opioid crisis.