James Risoleo, Host Hotels CEO, joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" to discuss his company's first acquisition in the Florida Keys, and his outlook on the tourism and hotel industry. -from CNBC
A common belief among players is that the ball they choose can help them win. But there’s real physics at play behind this ritual and it all comes down to the fuzz.
At the Chinese Communist Party’s centennial celebration, President Xi Jinping called for defiance against foreign pressure.
The Federal Reserve is trying to figure out how to keep cash relevant in a cashless world. It’s considering digitizing the U.S. dollar, giving people money they can access on their phone.
Recently, the U.S. inflation rate reached a 13-year high, triggering a debate about whether the country is entering an inflationary period similar to the 1970s.
In 2018, the Rio games were estimated to have a total cost of $20 billion, far beyond the Rio organizing committee’s initial estimate of $2.8 billion. -from CNBC
A new generation of investors and influencers are moving markets like never before and they don’t intend to stop anytime soon. -from Bloomberg Quicktake
FT discusses whether China will dominate global commerce or whether the world economy could split along regional lines.
More than a year into the pandemic, scientists are still debating Covid-19’s origins. WSJ breaks down key events in three locations in China.
Ransomware attacks are increasing in frequency, victim losses are skyrocketing, and hackers are shifting their targets. WSJ’s Dustin Volz explains why these attacks are on the rise.
With its brightly lit billboards, costumed characters, and Broadway theater New York's Times Square is known as the crossroads of the world. -From Cheddar
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies set out to upend the financial order and replace conventional money. Bitcoin has certainly disrupted the global financial system, but can it ever live up to the hype
Across the country, states are shelling out incentives ranging from free beer to $1 million lotteries to encourage residents to get their Covid-19 shots.
In April 2021, India began registering some of the highest numbers of Covid-19 cases in the world. When that happened, the demand for life-saving oxygen soared too. -from Vox
Elon Musk’s comments on assets like bitcoin and dogecoin have helped send prices sky high and crashing down over the past year. WSJ explains Musk’s influence on cryptocurrency investors.
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