Financial advisers and accountants are working overtime as many U.S. taxpayers scramble to pay the rest of their 2017 taxes before Jan. 1 when the proposed Republican tax overhaul would sharply cut the amount they can deduct on federal tax bills.閱讀更多 »
President Donald Trump loves to take credit for the relentless rally in stocks that took on fresh momentum in 2017. President Donald Trump tends to get really excited about a rallying stock market, neglecting that most of the benefits from rising share prices accrue to the richest Americans.
A Japanese funeral parlor has begun offering drive-thru funerals to accommodate people with disabilities. The move reflects Japan's rapidly aging population. Over the last decade, Japan has become what economists refer to as a "demographic time bomb" — a vicious cycle of low spending
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the power outage that shut down Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport which caused 413 cancellations with more delays expected through the week.
Twitter has begun purging xenophobic, racist, and other accounts affiliated with hate groups and hate speech on- or offline. Two of the first victims of the purge are the leader of the far-right group Britain First, Jayda Fransen, and her deputy Paul Golding. The two were tweeting messages through
Axios executive editor Mike Allen discusses the Republican push for tax reform as Congress gets set to vote on the final version of the legislation this week.
Tesla announced a policy banning commercial vehicles from using its Supercharger stations. As Tesla continues to increase the number of Supercharger stations available to its customers, the company has introduced a measure to limit overcrowding at its current stations. Called Supercharger Fair Use,
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Macro CEO Charles D. King started his career in the mail-room of WME. King says he used the "as if theory" to remain focused on his career goals.
The management consulting firm Bain & Co. was recently voted the second-best workplace in the US, according to Glassdoor rankings. In the 10 years since Glassdoor began issuing the rankings, Bain has placed first three times and has never fallen outside the top 10.
One of 2017's best games, "Cuphead," was copied. The fraudulent version of the game made it through Apple's App Store approval process. One of 2017's best games, "Cuphead," is out now on iPhone and iPad! Except it isn't — it's a "fraudulent" version
Apple.com says that AirPod orders placed on Monday won't be delivered until January. Other online retailers are also indicating they are in short supply. If you were hoping to pick up a pair of Apple AirPods for a last-minute Christmas gift, it might be time to start making alternate plans.
Google has suspended a senior artificial intelligence (AI) researcher for alleged sexual misconduct, according to a Bloomberg report. The man in question is reportedly Steven Scott, who completed a PhD in statistics at Harvard University and joined Google in 2008 after a brief stint in banking. A person
Ringing today's opening bells are United Rentals with CEO Michael Kneeland and Board Chairman Jenne Britell celebrating the 20th anniversary of listing at the NYSE, and Proteostasis Therapeutics with President & CEO Meenu Chabra at the Nasdaq.