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How To Convert A Gas-Powered Car To An Electric Vehicle -CNBC

 

Interest in electric vehicles is at an all time high, with sales of new EVs up 55 percent in 2022 compared to the year prior. But there are still a lot of gas cars on the road today and there will be for a long time.

How AI Will Change The Job Market: Mark Zandi -CNBC

 

The biggest factors contributing to companies' bottom lines right now are high interest rates and artificial intelligence says Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics. Artificial intelligence presents both challenges and opportunities for workers

The Business Strategies Behind Costco, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A and More | WSJ The Economics Of

 

What are some of the strategies of the most successful businesses around the world? From Chick-fil-A and Starbucks, to Ikea and Target, WSJ talked to CEOs and business leaders about their unique approach leading these major brands.

T.J. Maxx’s Recession-Proof Pricing Strategy, Explained | WSJ The Economics Of

 

T.J. Maxx and Marshall’s parent company TJX made almost $50 billion last year – more than Nordstrom and Macy’s combined. A decades-old TJ Maxx commercial promises customers “the max for the minimum price” and says the store is “never the same place twice.

Can Nvidia And The AI Boom Save The U.S. Stock Market And Economy? -CNBC

 

Nvidia's rapid rise to a $1 trillion company was a watershed moment for the U.S. stock market. Not only did the U.S. chipmaker report blowout earnings, it also told investors to expect even more and more of those profits to keep rolling in.

Why AI Is Nvidia's Key to Its $1 Trillion Valuation | WSJ

 

hanks to AI, chip maker Nvidia briefly broke into the exclusive club of companies like Apple and Microsoft that have a $1 trillion market cap. Nvidia’s chips power generative AI like OpenAI’s ChatGPT by being able to do lots of complex computations.

Why Converting Passenger Planes To Cargo Jets Costs Millions -CNBC

 

With the demand for converting retired passenger planes into cargo haulers surging, this lucrative trend allows these older jets to serve a new mission, transporting goods ranging from produce to pharmaceuticals worldwide.

The Logistics Behind a $12.5 Million Aquarium Exhibit | WSJ

 

The National Aquarium in Baltimore says it spends $45 million in annual operating costs on important upkeep like dive cleaning, filtration systems and feed for all kinds of fish.

Why Wealthy Americans Love UBS, The Secretive Swiss Banking Giant -CNBC

 

UBS Group AG, with over $5 trillion in invested assets, is Switzerland's largest bank. The company has a sprawling international footprint, with over half of its wealth management assets coming from clients in the United States.

Apple vs. Samsung’s Strategies to Move Manufacturing Away From China | WSJ

 

China has long been the manufacturing hub for tech giants like Apple and Samsung. But now, a range of geopolitical factors are pushing technology companies to spend billions to relocate their operations to places like India, Vietnam and Latin America.

How Mastercard Plans To Beat Visa -CNBC

 

Mastercard is the second largest card network in the U.S., accounting for more than a quarter of all purchase volume using a payment card. As the world transitions to a more cashless society, Mastercard’s value has continued to soar.

Who Actually Pays For Credit Card Rewards? -CNBC

 

About 90% of all credit card spending is on rewards cards like Delta SkyMiles, Chase Sapphire Preferred or American Express Platinum. And these cards are hugely popular for a reason: you can earn cash back, upgrades on flights and many other perks.

Who Actually Pays For Credit Card Rewards? -CNBC

 

About 90% of all credit card spending is on rewards cards like Delta SkyMiles, Chase Sapphire Preferred or American Express Platinum. And these cards are hugely popular for a reason: you can earn cash back, upgrades on flights and many other perks.

The $1.2 Billion Vinyl Industry's Rise, Fall and Rebirth, Explained | WSJ

 

Vinyl record sales hit $1.2 billion in 2022, outselling CDs for the first time since 1987. In today’s digital music era, streaming apps like Spotify and Apple Music offer listeners hundreds of millions of songs instantly through their phones.

Can AI kill the greenscreen? -Vox

 

Can a color really beat the AI revolution? For now, it looks like it can.

What's the future of crypto? -The Economist

 

The financial revolution once promised by cryptocurrencies has been knocked off course by regulators and allegations of fraud. So what does the future hold for crypto?

How The U.S. Is Stalling A Recession -CNBC

 

Wall Street investors remain braced for a recession. But a turndown hasn't yet materialized, due to strong demand from U.S. consumers. Spending makes up roughly 68% of the U.S. economy.

What’s Killing Paypal’s Growth? -CNBC

 

Paypal is a powerhouse in the digital payment industry with a market valuation of over $84 billion. But the company’s stock performance has suffered immensely over the past few years.

How Checked Bags Became A Massive Business For U.S. Airlines -CNBC

 

U.S. airlines carried more than 470 million passenger bags in 2022. For decades most bags flew for free, but in recent years fees have surged, boosting the bottom line of the nation’s carriers.