Photo credit should read Costfoto/Barcroft Media via Getty Images SpaceX’s new Starlink satellite internet service is in a very limited beta testing period right now, but the company is already thinking ahead: as first noted by CNBC, SpaceX has filed an application with the FCC for Starlink components that would allow the service to work on moving vehicles. Big moving vehicles, that is — Elon Musk tweeted that the existing Starlink terminals are too big for Tesla’s vehicles, and the idea is targeted at planes, RVs, trucks, and ships. Not connecting Tesla cars to Starlink, as our terminal is much too big. This is for aircraft, ships, large trucks & RVs.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 8, 2021 This would be a big change for Starlink, which right now does not even allow customers to move the existing... Continue reading…
"I paid off a mortgage yesterday with it," the 'Mad Money' host said Thursday on CNBC, adding that selling half his portfolio helped him.
Annual COVID-19 vaccinations are probably going to be necessary to keep coronavirus at bay, Pfizer’s CEO has suggested, and indeed even that may not be enough as the population gets to grips with the extent of the disease and its variants. The warning further dashes hopes that getting immunized this year will be a long-term preventative for serious cases of … Continue reading
A CNBC survey found that just 36% of voters like Biden's infrastructure plan as it is. But they largely support measures that GOP lawmakers oppose.
Fink told CNBC Thursday that his conversations with institutional clients have focused more on climate risk, deficits, and inflation.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong told traders to view his company as an index bet that invests in hundreds of cryptocurrencies instead of just one.
Sen. Shelly Moore Capito said a package could total up to $800 billion, and suggested some of it could paid for with unused stimulus money.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong told CNBC that as his company goes public, it will also attract "scrutiny about what we're doing."
Republicans discussed a "strategy on social media and big tech" at the former president's Florida resort, CNBC reported.
Gas prices helped fuel the biggest one-month increase in the prices of goods since 2012, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Cruise lines can create a "protective bubble" aboard ships, Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and co-chair of the Healthy Sail Panel, told CNBC
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge The PC market had a great first quarter, despite the global shortage of semiconductor chips. Research firm Gartner estimates that shipments of “traditional PCs,” meaning laptops and desktops, are up by 32 percent compared to Q1 2020 (via CNBC). IDC puts the number even higher, estimating 55 percent growth year-over-year. This seems to be the continuation of a trend — the PC market had a great 2020 as well. Both firms agree that the growth is atypical — Gartner says that the growth is the fastest it’s seen since it started tracking the market in 2000, and IDC says that the drop in shipments from Q4 to Q1 is the smallest it’s seen since 2012. The raw numbers are also impressive — Gartner estimates that just under 70 million PCs were... Continue reading…
New week, new Microsoft acquisition chatter. After reports of the tech giant acquiring gaming-focused communication platform Discord for more than $10 billion, rumors of it chasing speech AI company Nuance have emerged. According to a report from Bloomberg, Microsoft wants to buy the AI firm for $16 billion. The Seattle-based tech giant is ready to pay $56 per share — that’s more than 20% higher than Nuance’s last closing of $45.22. A CNBC report noted that Microsoft made the first approach in December, and a deal could be announced any time this week. If the deal is finalized, this will be Microsoft’s…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Microsoft
Miami's mayor told CNBC he'd already spoken to some of New York's biggest firms about moving to the Florida city.
"We're looking at being able to go public sometime next year," CEO Jesse Powell said. "It would probably be a direct listing, similar to Coinbase."
An artist’s rendering of the new Avengers headquarters at Disney California Adventure | Disney After being delayed for almost a year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Avengers Campus will finally open at Disneyland, specifically at the Disney’s California Adventure park in Anaheim, California on June 4th, according to the company (via CNBC). The new area will bring Marvel Cinematic Universe characters into the physical space. CNBC reported the Avengers Campus will include character meet-and-greets with Thor, Black Panther, Black Widow, and other MCU heroes (and villains). It’ll feature a new Spider-Man ride as well as the existing Guardians of the Galaxy rescue mission — plus the debut of the flying Spider-Man stunt double robot the company has been teasing for years. Here’s the company’s extremely brief video tour: “... Continue reading…
Goldman Sach's David Kostin told CNBC S&P 500 earnings growth could be around 2% if the entirety of Biden's tax proposal is implemented.
DeSantis said the decision was made on behalf of state residents who depend on an "open cruise industry,"
Customers were left with bills of up to $142,000 after the double charges. Tesla apologized in emails shared with CNBC, and repaid the money.
Details of the meeting will reveal how the central bank is viewing the path to economic recovery and the potential for inflation ahead.
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