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Global rice shortage is set to be the biggest in 20 years
Rice production for the marketing year ending July 2023 is set to log its largest production shortfall in two decades, according to Fitch Solutions.
43-year-old used her life savings to open a bar that only plays women's sports—it brought in almost…
Jenny Nguyen, founder of Portland, Oregon-based The Sports Bra, says she never wanted to start her own bar or restaurant. Here's what changed her mind.
Inflation rises just 0.1% in March and 5% from a year ago as Fed rate hikes take…
The consumer price index, a widely followed inflation measure, rose 0.1% for the month and 5% from a year ago, both less than expected.
Jack Dorsey criticizes Elon Musk’s leadership at Twitter: ‘It all went south’
Twitter's former CEO Jack Dorsey openly criticized Elon Musk's leadership of the company in a series of social media posts.
Nearly 25% of jobs are set to be disrupted in the next five years — and A.I.…
WEF expects there to be 14 million fewer jobs overall in five years' time as labor markets face an overhaul from AI and a slew of other factors.
CNBC on Bill Gates
These are Bill Gates' 13 favorite TED talks—and they'll make you feel smarter, wiser and more hopeful
These are the best TED talks, according to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. Even if you aren't interested in algorithms and robotics, there's something for everyone here.
Bill Gates on his crazy early days at Microsoft: We ate powdered orange Tang instead of stopping…
During Microsoft's early years, Gates was sometimes too focused to stop for meals, so he licked orange Tang (the powered drink mix NASA famously used in space) off his fingers for energy. "I loved…
CNBC on Business
Amazon starts cutting jobs, with layoffs hitting Alexa unit and cloud gaming division
CEO Andy Jassy has moved aggressively to cut costs across Amazon, and the company previously said it would freeze hiring in its corporate workforce.
When inflation is high, Warren Buffett says the best thing you can do is 'be exceptionally good…
There is little that individuals can do to avoid inflation at the cash register, but Buffett says that it is possible to protect against its effects.
CNBC on Career
Stanford psychology expert: This is the No. 1 work skill of the future—but most fail to realize…
The skill you most need at work is one that also helps you at home, says psychology expert and best-selling author Nir Eyal.
«In 1971, the psychologist Herbert A. Simon emphasized that a wealth of information means a dearth of something else: attention.»
5 non-fiction books everyone should be reading about work in 2023
If you’re looking for inspiration or feel stuck in your job, these 5 career books can help put you in the right mindset.
CNBC on Google
Google execs tell employees in testy all-hands meeting that Bard A.I. isn't just about search
After rolling out Bard as an AI service largely for search, Google executives appear to be pivoting away from that focus without providing specific use cases.
Google employees scramble for answers after layoffs hit long-tenured and recently promoted employees
Employees have rallied to find out who's been laid off while demanding answers from leadership.
CNBC on Parenting
Want to raise resilient kids? Develop their brains with ‘nurturing routines,’ says parenting expert—here’s how
Creating healthy and nurturing routines is critical to developing confidence, resilience and independence in kids, says brain development and parenting expert Dana Suskind.
Is your partner a gaslighter? 3 red flags to watch out for
Gaslighters are often self-involved, which makes it hard for them to be self-aware. Here are three signs your partner might be the gaslighting type.
CNBC on Personal Finance
This 29-year-old makes $114,000 a month in passive income: ‘4 businesses you can start today for $99…
Charlie Chang started several of his passive income streams — which now gross an average of $114,000 per month — with $0 down. He shares four passive income businesses that anyone can start for "less…
«Since creating content is free, this type of business is very accessible. The real challenge is creating targeted content that reaches the right audience.»
Everyone's talking about the new tipping culture — here's what money experts say
Do you really need to tip on that to-go coffee? We have some financial guidance for you.
CNBC on Ray Dalio
Hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio: 'Capitalism basically is not working for the majority of people'
The founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates says income inequality should be declared a national emergency by the President.
Ray Dalio warns of 'serious problems' and a bond 'blow-off' as a repeat of the late 1930s…
Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio is worried that the current landscape is starting to resemble Depression-era conditions that could hammer investors.
CNBC on Side Hustles
4 side hustles for introverts: Some can bring in tens of thousands of dollars
If you're an introvert, consider doing side hustles like selling your clothes online or starting a Medium blog.
'I work just 3.5 days a week': This 28-year old quit his job—now he makes $189,000 a…
Josh Ellwood quit his engineering job in 2021 to pursue his side hustles full-time. That year, he made $189,000 through his seven streams of income. Now, he works just three and a half days a week.…
CNBC on Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook: Technology companies need to take responsibility for chaos they create
Although Cook did not mention companies by name, his commencement speech in Silicon Valley's backyard mentioned data breaches, privacy violations, and even made reference to Theranos, a disgraced…
Tim Cook says Apple's credit card is launching in August
The Apple Card will launch in August, Tim Cook said on Tuesday.
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Want to sound and feel more confident? Ditch these 11 phrases from your vocabulary, say psychologists
The words we use can have a powerful effect on our moods and confidence. Here are some negative phrases to ditch if you want to think more positively, according to behavioral scientists, researchers…
The most successful people are always 'sharpening their memory power,' says brain expert—here's how
Every minute we spend mentally juggling and straining to remember things leave us with less time to get meaningful work done, says neuroscience and brain expert Tiago Forte. He shares his simple, four…
You may not know the difference between 'habits' and 'routines'—and it's your key to success in 2023,…
Nir Eyal, the author of "Indistractable," explains why it's completely fine if your New Year's resolutions never become habits.
«"The definition of a habit is the impulse to do a behavior with little or no conscious thought,"»
A Harvard nutritionist and brain expert says avoid these 5 foods to keep your 'memory and focus…
Food and diet have a bigger influence on your brain and memory than you might think. Harvard nutritionist and neuroscience expert Dr. Uma Naidoo shares the worst foods that weaken your brain health.
«A study of over 18,000 people found that a diet high in fried foods was linked to lower scores of memory and cognition. As an alternative, I suggest opting for baked, air-fried, or steamed versions of your favorite foods.»
Uber CEO tells staff company will cut down on costs, treat hiring as a 'privilege'
Uber will slash spending on marketing and incentives and treat hiring as a "privilege," CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in an email to staff on Sunday.
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