Poshmark, the social shopping site, might not be everyone’s ideal fit in retail, but suddenly it seems like one of the cheapest.
If concrete were a country, it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases on Earth, behind only China and the United States.
Oil prices climbed to multiyear highs on Monday but there are no signs of the industry ramping up spending in response. Increased demand amid the global Covid recovery has contributed to rising oil prices. U.S. West Texas Intermediate futures climbed to $83.85 per barrel, their highest level since October 2014, while Brent crude oil futures touched three-year highs above $86 per barrel at one point on Monday.
Asian shares were mostly lower on Monday after China reported its economy grew at a meager 4.9% annual pace in July-September. The Shanghai Composite index lost 0.4% to 3,559.96 while the Hang Seng in Hong Kong declined 0.4% to 25,246.38.
Some parents are pushing back over a California order requiring all students to get vaccinated against COVID-19 once they are eligible and the FDA gives full approval. Carter Evans has the latest.
The opening of the Jio World Drive mall, spread over 17.5 acres in the Maker Maxity complex close to the upscale areas of Bandra and Khar, has injected life into India's premium retail segment.
Mining has moved out of China. Is this good for bitcoin? Based on one metric at least, the answer is a resounding yes.
Data: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; Note: A very small amount of the totals reflect mining activity; Chart: Thomas Oide/AxiosOil and gas production is a key part of the Texas economy. But the state is poised to perform well even if tackling global warming sends the sector into decline, a Dallas Fed analysis argues.The big picture: Energy price swings have long affected Texas' financial fortunes, with sharp declines "depressing broader activity."Stay on top of the latest market trends and econo
More shoppers across the country are finding store shelves empty, the result of major problems within the supply chain.
Martha Montoya, Agtools CEO, talks about how supply chain snags are hitting the equipment needed for U.S. agriculture.
China's economic growth weakens amid supply chain and electricity issues
“Money Reimagined” explores the ramifications of a startling shift in the world’s top locations for bitcoin mining. The U.S. has leapt into first place and China, the world leader just a few months ago, now has essentially zero mining capacity following a regulatory crackdown there in June. Co-hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren talk to Justin Podhola, the CEO of Elite Mining, and George Kaloudis, who leads CoinDesk’s Bitcoin-focused research.
Output by US industries fell 1.3 percent last month amid continued supply constraints hindering manufacturing, the Federal Reserve reported Monday.
A recent study indicates there may be additional benefits from the Pfizer or Moderna boosters for Johnson and Johnson recipients.
The nation's top health agencies could approve booster shots for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines this week.
A fast-food worker is going viral after revealing the alleged least-ordered item at McDonald’s. The revelation comes courtesy of Stephen Patula, the McDonald’s employee behind the popular TikTok page @patulafamilymcdonalds. In this new video, which has already drawn almost 5 million views, Patula explained why hot tea is his location’s least-sold item. “We bought these stores back in July, and I have yet to serve one hot tea,” Patula said in the clip. “I actually didn’t even know that we sold hot tea until about a month ago”. That fact is a little ironic because, as Patula added in his clip, his location probably sells more iced tea than anything else. Of course, Patula’s video is totally subjective — and just based on the store where he works
Walmart announced today that it's bringing back its month-long "Deals for Days" promotion in November.
Boasting steadily rising sales, a newly opened flagship in Charleston, SC and an eye for vibrantly colored jewelry and accessories, founder Mimi Striplin talks about her small business, The Tiny Tassel.
CloseUp: Shibinette seeks solutions following rejection of vaccine funding
The world's second largest economy expanded by less than expected in the third quarter.
It's better known as the giant firm that makes many of Apple's iPhones. But Monday (October 18) saw Taiwan's Foxconn unveil its first electric vehicles. The sedan, SUV and bus will be made by its new Foxtron joint venture with Taiwan car maker Yulon Motor. It's all part of a bid to move beyond just making gadgets for other brands. Foxconn founder Terry Gou says it's a big day for him in more ways than one: "In all my life, 71 years, this is the best birthday present ever, a new era of environmentally friendly and energy-saving electric vehicles. For Taiwan, it is the proof of its real industrial power."The world's biggest maker of electronics for other firms, Foxconn admits it's a novice at EVs. But it's moving fast to catch up. This year it signed deals with firms including U.S. startup Fisker. And it enlisted Italian design house Pininfarina to craft the new sedan. Now it will be sold outside Taiwan by an as-yet unnamed carmaker. The bus will be sold under the Foxtron name and will start running in southern Taiwan next year. As for the SUV, it will hit the market in 2023 under one of Yulon's brands.