Month: May 2024

Ripple Labs, Inc., an American technology and crypto payments company, has announced plans to donate a whopping $25 million to a crypto-focused political committee. Brad Garlinghouse, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ripple, has provided insights into the company’s strategic reasons behind the lofty contribution.   Ripple Donates $25 Million To Crypto Focused Cause In an
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Bangkok, Thailand has seen an 18.1% growth in residential rental prices on a year-on-year basis, according to JLL. Alexander Spatari | Moment | Getty Images Singapore and Hong Kong are generally considered Asia’s more vibrant real estate markets. But some up-and-coming cities are giving these traditional hubs a run for their money, with some even
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In this article MRNA Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT The FDA has approved Moderna’s RSV vaccine for older adults. Courtesy: Moderna The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved Moderna’s vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus for adults ages 60 and above, the company’s second-ever product to enter the U.S. market.  The decision is a
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In this article BAC Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Thomas Moynihan speaks during the U.S. Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee oversight hearing on Wall Street firms, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., December 6, 2023.  Evelyn Hockstein | Reuters U.S. consumers and businesses alike have
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Costco Wholesale ‘s third-quarter earnings topped Wall Street expectations on Thursday, driven by higher sales and lower-than-expected operating expenses. Even with a recent C-Suite transition, Costco delivered a business-as-usual quarter, as members flocked to its warehouses in search of quality merchandise at value prices. Total revenue in its fiscal 2024 third quarter increased 9.1% year
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Pixelseffect | E+ | Getty Images The pace of hiring remains strong for lower-earning Americans, holding steady above its pre-pandemic baseline even as the demand for higher-income workers has waned slightly, according to new data from Vanguard. The hires rate for the bottom third of workers by income (who earn less than $55,000 a year)
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