Nvidia earnings and guidance sent the chip giant jumping Wednesday night and lifting other AI stocks.
Japan's factory activity extended declines and service sector growth eased in February, surveys showed on Thursday, suggesting business conditions were worsening as the economy struggles to emerge from recession. The flash au Jibun Bank Japan manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) fell to 47.2 in February from 48.0 in January. "The Japanese private sector economy saw the slight improvement at the start of the year all but evaporate during February, as business activity broadly stagnated," said Usamah Bhatti at S&P Global Market Intelligence.
U.S. authorities on Wednesday charged the leader of a Japanese crime syndicate with conspiring to traffic nuclear materials from Myanmar for expected use by Iran in nuclear weapons, the Justice Department said. Takeshi Ebisawa, 60, and co-defendant Somphop Singhasiri, 61, trafficked in drugs, weapons and nuclear material, "going so far as to offer uranium and weapons-grade plutonium fully expecting that Iran would use it for nuclear weapons," said Anne Milgram, who heads the Drug Enforcement Administration.
CALGARY — A change-up and a settling into new roles has Rachel Homan's curling team extending a stellar season into the Canadian women's curling championship. Homan (6-0) locked in a playoff berth early at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with a commanding 10-3 win over B.C.'s Clancy Grandy on Tuesday to secure a booking in the round of six in Calgary. "We have to stay on our absolute A game," Homan said. "Everyone here is gunning for playoffs right now, and we can't let up at all. There's just
In January, Bal Swan Children's Center lost over 800 books after their library was flooded. The school's library is now restored thanks to thousands of book donations from our Denver7 viewers.
Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields expresses a desire to remain with Bears in chat on 'St. Brown Brothers' podcast.
Excessive rains igniting new models for climatologists
China has made it so major institutional investors can't reduce their equity holdings at the open or close of trading on a given day.
Australian rugby’s self-examination after a disastrous World Cup and subsequent change of national coach will become more forensic when the 2024 Super Rugby Pacific season begins on Friday. Joe Schmidt, the former Ireland head coach and All Blacks assistant who has stepped into the still warm shoes of Eddie Jones, has a broad understanding of the difficulties of the role he has taken on. New Zealand also has a new head coach, Scott Robertson, who will need to study Super Rugby closely in light of the defection to Japan of several leading players after the World Cup.
The Gamecocks have won three straight games because of the 10-run mercy rule.
NFL Network's Steve Smith Sr. reacts to the idea of quarterback Russell Wilson joining the Pittsburgh Steelers.
As the City of Denver explores more budget cuts to support migrants, frustrations grow among some citizens.
For the second time in five years, federal charges against alleged members of a violent white supremacist group accused of inciting violence at California political rallies were dismissed by a federal judge who found they were selectively prosecuted. Federal prosecutors said members of the Rise Above Movement conspired to riot by using the internet to coordinate traveling to political rallies and attacking demonstrators at gatherings in Huntington Beach, Berkeley and San Bernardino in 2018. U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney first tossed the charges against Robert Rundo and Robert Boman in June 2019.
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. - Harriet Baldwin, the head of the Commons Treasury select committee, has criticised the International Monetary Fund for failing to send anyone to appear before MPs to explain their economic forecasts for the United Kingdom. - Banknotes featuring King Charles will be issued for the first time on June 5, prompting the Bank of England to warn businesses that they need to make sure their machines are ready to accept them.
There will be some fog on Thursday morning. The next few days will be dry.
‘Now people are joining the civil service who are essentially activists – they might be trans activists, they might be environmental extremists – but they are now having a voice within the civil service in a way I don’t think was true 30 or 40 years ago, so we just have a wholly new problem’
Although no commitments have been made, Port Moody council will debate joining a class action lawsuit against major fossil fuel companies. A Feb. 13 delegation brought forward by local environmental groups – which was previously barred from presenting – successfully convinced council to consider joining the Sue Big Oil campaign. “We can’t underestimate the damage that fossil fuels have done in terms of climate change,” said Mayor Meghan Lahti. “Anything that we can do in terms of trying to mitig
SeaWorld Orlando set to open new Penguin Trek ride in spring
Iowa Western Community College catches 109 ghost students trying to scam to receive financial aid. The school said that they have invested in a new refund processing company to help identify potential scammers in the future.
Perth festival is offering a last chance to spend time in the abandoned Carillon City before it is demolished. It’s not as you remember it