NFT sales are dropping but believers still see a future for digital collectibles
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Sales of digital collectibles known as non-fungible tokens have fallen dramatically in recent weeks.
Apple and Google are forcing a rethink in advertising, ad guru Maurice Levy says
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Changes to Apple and Google’s web tracking tools mean advertisers are having to “revisit the whole way we are working,” Publicis Chairman Maurice Levy said.
Russia’s ruble backs away from 11-month highs as eyes turn to Biden-Putin summit
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The ruble has been on a steady incline since mid-April, supported by rising oil prices and a hawkish Central Bank of Russia.
All-star investor Rich Bernstein warns bitcoin is a bubble, sees oil as the most ignored bull market
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Richard Bernstein, who runs Richard Bernstein Advisors, says investors should be buying energy, materials and industrials — not cryptocurrencies.
America and Europe will create a joint tech council to craft new rules on trade
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The council will devise new standards for emerging tech; promote democratic values online; and help the U.S. and EU collaborate on cutting edge research.
Suze Orman likes bitcoin. Here’s how she says you should invest in it
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Personal finance expert Suze Orman thinks bitcoin is a long-term investment, but says there are reasons to be cautious.
Another shipping crisis looms on Covid fears in southern China
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Guangdong, a major shipping hub, accounts for about 24% of China's total exports and is home to the Shenzhen port and the Guangzhou port.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene apologizes for Holocaust comments as Democrats move to censure
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said she had visited the Holocaust Museum in Washington earlier and "there's nothing comparable to it."
Former NYC police commissioner warns 'we're in for a very long, dangerous summer'
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Bratton said the crime landscape could become even bleaker, depending on the Supreme Court's ruling in a key gun control case.
NATO members unite to face evolving threats from Russia and China
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The security alliance agreed to confront new challenges, like cyberwarfare, as well as traditional ones like Russia's military infringement in Eastern Europe.
American Express CEO says U.S. travel, dining spending is nearing full recovery
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American Express CEO Steve Squeri told CNBC's Jim Cramer that he expects domestic travel spending to recover fully by the end of 2021.
Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan is hoarding cash because 'very good chance' inflation is here to stay
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Dimon waded into the debate on whether higher inflation is a result of temporary aspects of the reopening or if it could be more lasting.
Married couple pleads guilty to criminal charge in case of pro-Trump Capitol riot
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Supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 as Congress moved to confirm the election of Joe Biden.
Mark Cuban says 'banks should be scared' of cryptocurrency-based DeFi
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Billionaire Mark Cuban is very bullish on the future of DeFi, or decentralized finance, and DAOs, or decentralized autonomous organizations. Here's why.
Pittsburgh Steelers star JuJu Smith-Schuster joins Wasserman agency after leaving Jay-Z's Roc Nation Sports
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Chafie Fields of Wasserman Sports will now represent the NFL star as he looks to sign a lucrative deal next offseason.
Cramer says a 'late-June swoon' could create opportunities in stocks
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CNBC's Jim Cramer flagged a seasonal traded from noted technician Larry Williams, who is forecasting a decline in the S&P 500 at the end of the month.
Stock futures are flat after Nasdaq and S&P 500 notch fresh records, Fed meeting ahead
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The Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting starts on Tuesday, a focal point for the markets this week.
NBA star James Harden takes stake, board seat in luxury retailer Saks
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Harden, 31, is in good position to leverage his cultural influence, name, image and likeness to drive new business to Saks and help launch clothing brands.
Major investors reportedly up stakes in Stripe ahead of public listing
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The sales totaled about $1 billion, of a total $4 billion that was bid.
Bank of America CEO details back-to-office plan, concentrating on Covid-vaccinated employees first
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Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan told CNBC the company's back-to-work plan focuses on vaccinated employees for now.
Lost 401(k) accounts and pensions: How lawmakers want to fix the problem
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A provision included in proposed congressional legislation aims to reduce the number of retirement accounts or benefits that end up being hard to track down.
Biden warns Putin ahead of summit: Navalny's death would hurt Russia's standing
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Alexei Navalny's death "would be another indication that Russia has little or no intention of abiding by basic fundamental human rights," said Biden.
Wall Street pours millions into NYC mayor race, with Adams and Yang getting the biggest boost
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Wall Street has poured over $9 million into groups backing candidates in the New York mayoral race, with Eric Adams and Andrew Yang getting the biggest support.
Space Force clears SpaceX to launch reused rockets for military missions
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The Pentagon is allowing Elon Musk's company to send a national security satellite to orbit with a reused rocket for the first time.
Electric truck maker Lordstown Motors shares slide after CEO and CFO resign
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Electric vehicles maker Lordstown Motors Corp said CEO Steve Burns and Chief Financial Officer Julio Rodriguez have resigned.
Non-tax filer families can now sign up for the new monthly child tax credit
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The IRS debuted a tool for non-tax filers to sign up for the new enhanced child tax credit as well as claim their last economic impact payment.
Bitcoin soars above $40,000 after Tudor Jones endorsement, Musk’s about-face on accepting crypto
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Elon Musk said Sunday that Tesla will resume bitcoin transactions once the firm confirms there is "reasonable" clean energy usage by miners.
White, Black and Hispanic Americans retire early for different reasons
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Almost half of American workers may leave their careers sooner than expected. But the reasons differ among white, Black and Hispanic retirees.