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New Jersey is a microcosm of the country’s post-pandemic labor struggles — no jobs in some sectors, and too many jobs in others.
The e-commerce luxury market has taken a big dip, placing the platforms that focus on luxury goods in hot water.
A day after Alphabet released Gemini, a new artificial intelligence platform, shares of the company jumped 5.3% on Thursday.
Visa wants to make a one-size-fits-all blockchain.
British American Tobacco shares dropped to a 12-year low after the company announced a $31.5 billion write-down for some of its brands.
The company is seeking two patents to detect whether biometrics have been faked, one for fingerprint data and one for voice data.
Top bosses from eight major financial institutions appeared before a Senate committee to give their opinion on looming banking reforms.
This data could help Meta understand your response to advertising, one expert told Patent Drop.
StubHub’s latest Year in Live Experiences report found women captivated audiences in 2023 and generated massive ticket sales.
Climate change is colliding with another phenomenon called El Niño – and the results are already far-reaching, global, devastating.
Exxon’s $60 billion planned acquisition of Pioneer Natural Resources has attracted the attention of the Federal Trade Commission.
The number of lobbyists for fossil fuel interests who registered for this year’s COP conference totaled at least 2,456.
Moody’s Investors Service cut its outlook for China’s credit rating to negative from stable due to crushing debt at the local level.
Large consulting and law firms are trying to get junior staffers on the fast track to partner using tools like ChatGPT.
Roche agreed Monday to acquire anti-obesity drug developer Carmot Therapeutics for an appetizing $3.1 billion.
All along Florida’s waterfront, developers are continuing to build cheaper wood-frame homes and apartments, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Apple will likely face a lot of competition if it decides to get on the road.
As the country’s largest companies have begun slowing down hiring, small businesses are hanging up “Help Wanted” signs at a record pace.
Microsoft’s patent for a computerized wellness check walks a fine line between privacy and convenience.
Slowing inflation usually means prices are rising, just not as fast as before. But now there is actual deflation.
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