political

This workplace trend ‘can only help’ retailers hoping for big Cyber ​​Monday profits and why GM dealers are quietly repairing Teslas

Hi MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. This workplace trend ‘can only help’ retailers hoping for big Cyber ​​Monday profits Americans could spend up to $11.6 billion on Monday, up from $10.7 billion last Cyber ​​Monday, Adobe said. Read More Is money a weapon to control your spouse? This financial abuse can destroy your marriage. …

This workplace trend ‘can only help’ retailers hoping for big Cyber ​​Monday profits and why GM dealers are quietly repairing Teslas Read More »

Apple will produce 6 million fewer iPhone pros amid unrest in key China manufacturing hub: report

Unrest at one of China’s biggest manufacturing centers may cause a production shortfall this year of possibly 6 million Apple iPhone Pros, according to a source cited by Bloomberg. The Foxconn Technology 2354, facility in Zhengzhou, which makes the majority of Apple’s premium and most popular phones, has been struggling with staff agitation for weeks …

Apple will produce 6 million fewer iPhone pros amid unrest in key China manufacturing hub: report Read More »

More people use ‘buy now, pay later’ for holiday shopping, but experts say that’s a double-edged sword and Black Friday suffers the ill wind of high prices and economic worries

Hi MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. Black Friday dilemma: More people use ‘buy now, pay later’ for holiday shopping, but experts say that’s a double-edged sword ‘Buy now, pay later’ offers a new spin on the concept of layaway, which has become increasingly popular among younger, cash-strapped consumers. Read More ‘Most economists are predicting …

More people use ‘buy now, pay later’ for holiday shopping, but experts say that’s a double-edged sword and Black Friday suffers the ill wind of high prices and economic worries Read More »

Japan team goes viral after cleaning World Cup locker room, leaving origami gifts

Japan’s soccer team pulled off a stunning comeback to defeat Germany 2-1 in their World Cup opening match on Wednesday. The team, and their fans, have gone viral on social media platforms for their extremely courteous behavior at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha. “Japan fans cleaned up their rubbish in the stadium,” tweeted FIFA …

Japan team goes viral after cleaning World Cup locker room, leaving origami gifts Read More »

Stephen King, Elon Musk spar: MyPillow will be Twitter’s ‘only advertiser’

“‘Pretty soon the only advertiser left on Twitter will be MyPillow.’“ — Stephen King, on Twitter That was master of horror and bestselling fiction writer Stephen King riffing on the parade of advertisers including GM GM, +0.27%, United Airlines UAL, +0.81% and Audi VOW, -1.69% pausing or scrapping their marketing on the social-media platform since …

Stephen King, Elon Musk spar: MyPillow will be Twitter’s ‘only advertiser’ Read More »

Asian markets mixed as China expands COVID restrictions

BEIJING — Asian stock markets were mixed Tuesday after Wall Street sank and Chinese anti-virus controls fueled concern about an economic slowdown. Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index declined for another day after a Federal Reserve official rattled investors last week by saying already-elevated interest rates might have to go higher than expected to stop …

Asian markets mixed as China expands COVID restrictions Read More »

Here’s everything coming to Amazon’s Prime Video in December 2022

Amazon’s Prime Video has a loaded lineup for the holidays, including the return of one of its biggest shows. That would be Season 3 of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” (Dec. 21), the spy thriller starring John Krasinski, which is back after a three-year layoff. The new season sees Jack in a “Mission: Impossible”-type situation, wrongly …

Here’s everything coming to Amazon’s Prime Video in December 2022 Read More »

A lot of Americans are no longer tipping 20% ​​— and inflation may be to blame

Are Americans reaching a tipping point when it comes to, well, tipping? That could be the big takeaway from recent surveys that signal a possible shift in attitudes about gratuities. One survey, from Popmenu, a restaurant tech company, found a decline in the percentage of consumers who say they tip 20% or more in restaurants …

A lot of Americans are no longer tipping 20% ​​— and inflation may be to blame Read More »

A lot of Americans are no longer tipping 20% ​​— and inflation may be to blame

Are Americans reaching a tipping point when it comes to, well, tipping? That could be the big takeaway from recent surveys that signal a possible shift in attitudes about gratuities. One survey, from Popmenu, a restaurant tech company, found a decline in the percentage of consumers who say they tip 20% or more in restaurants …

A lot of Americans are no longer tipping 20% ​​— and inflation may be to blame Read More »