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Renewable Energy Adoption will Need to Change Gears to Meet Net-Zero

Renewable Energy Adoption will Need to Change Gears to Meet Net-Zero

Renewable energy adoption pace is good, but it is still falling short of meeting net zero emission rate, says the latest International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual report. Higher

By Christy Gren - Dec 05, 2021
America is Losing its Appetite for Plant-Based Meat

America is Losing its Appetite for Plant-Based Meat

Most meat in 2040 will not come from animals, says report. However, the recent decline in sales of plant-based meat fell by 1.8 percent compared to the year before, taking declines

By Christy Gren - Dec 04, 2021
Fusion startup raises $1.8 billion to give us unlimited clean energy

Fusion startup raises $1.8 billion to give us unlimited clean energy

Commonwealth Fusion Systems secures more than $1.8 billion in Series B funding to commercialize fusion energy. The funding round was led by Tiger Global Management with participati

By Anna Domanska - Dec 03, 2021
Omicron might push inflation, says OECD

Omicron might push inflation, says OECD

The latest Coronavirus variant, Omicron, which is believed to be more transmissible and severe, might derail growth and recovery and raise costs, according to the Organization for

By Christy Gren - Dec 03, 2021
Who is Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s new CEO?

Who is Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s new CEO?

Indian-born Parag Agrawal took over as the CEO of Twitter as co-founder Jack Dorsey stepped down for the second time in his career. Agrawal is the fourth person to take the reins a

By Anna Domanska - Dec 02, 2021
Goldman Sachs rolls out paid leave for pregnancy loss

Goldman Sachs rolls out paid leave for pregnancy loss

Goldman employees are now eligible for 20 days of paid leave for a miscarriage or stillbirth. The investment banking giant is also increasing its retirement fund matching contribut

By Christy Gren - Dec 02, 2021
Boom in Tech IPOs in 2021

Boom in Tech IPOs in 2021

The big tech cloud-based software companies such as Zoom, Snowflake, Asana, Airbnb, Amazon, Salesforce and Palantir have all witnessed a rise in stock prices as work from home and

By Christy Gren - Dec 01, 2021
Walmart is Shopping for a New CFO

Walmart is Shopping for a New CFO

Walmart Inc. announced that they are looking for a new chief financial officer to replace Brett Biggs, who will begin transitioning from Walmart this year, after 22 years with the

By Christy Gren - Dec 01, 2021
Petrobras of Brazil Revises Expenditure on Oil Exploration and Production to $68 Billion

Petrobras of Brazil Revises Expenditure on Oil Exploration and Production to $68 Billion

“As long as there is a need, Petrobras will be [there] because of its efficiency and low carbon content,” Joaquim Silva e Luna, chief executive, Petrobras.

By Christy Gren - Nov 30, 2021
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Omicron might push inflation, says OECD

Omicron might push inflation, says OECD

The latest Coronavirus variant, Omicron, which is believed to be more transmissible and severe, might derail growth and recovery and raise costs, according to the Organization for

By Christy Gren - Dec 03, 2021
Petrobras of Brazil Revises Expenditure on Oil Exploration and Production to $68 Billion

Petrobras of Brazil Revises Expenditure on Oil Exploration and Production to $68 Billion

“As long as there is a need, Petrobras will be [there] because of its efficiency and low carbon content,” Joaquim Silva e Luna, chief executive, Petrobras.

By Christy Gren - Nov 30, 2021
IPOs Stumbling in Face of High Valuations

IPOs Stumbling in Face of High Valuations

More than half of the companies that raised more than $1 billion for initial public offerings are now trading way below their listing price.

By Anna Domanska - Nov 30, 2021
Omicron Variant Pushes Markets into Panic Selling

Omicron Variant Pushes Markets into Panic Selling

Markets across the globe rush to safer havens as the resurgence of the Omicron variant spells fear of economic suffering due to potential lockdown orders.

By Christy Gren - Nov 29, 2021
Citadel Founder buys rare copy of US Constitution for $43 million outbidding crypto consortium

Citadel Founder buys rare copy of US Constitution for $43 million outbidding crypto consortium

Citadel Founder Ken Griffin bought a first print of the US Constitution for $43.2 million in a Sotheby auction, the broker house announced Friday.

By Christy Gren - Nov 24, 2021
SoftBank backed Fortress acquires Accordia Golf for $3.5 billion

SoftBank backed Fortress acquires Accordia Golf for $3.5 billion

SoftBank backed Fortress Investment Group is planning to acquire Accordia Golf, which operates around 170 golf courses in Japan, in a $3.5 billion deal.

By Christy Gren - Nov 23, 2021
Cryptocurrency, Digital Dollars, and the Value of Money

Cryptocurrency, Digital Dollars, and the Value of Money

What if instead of working for a paycheck, you could work and earn a digital dollar? It sure sounds too good to be accurate, but it’s the future of money today!

By Christy Gren - Nov 20, 2021
Elon Musk tweets again! Has a poll to decide his tax liability

Elon Musk tweets again! Has a poll to decide his tax liability

Elon Musk, Tesla chief and a Twitter aficionado, spent his weekend asking more than 60 million of his followers to decide via a poll whether he should sell more than $20 billion wo

By Christy Gren - Nov 15, 2021
What’s next for Bitcoin? Fintech Experts Weigh In

What’s next for Bitcoin? Fintech Experts Weigh In

What’s driving BTC up? How high will BTC go? What are the forces that could bring BTC price crashing down? Is Bitcoin overbought or oversold?

By Anna Domanska - Nov 10, 2021