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What to know this week

A reading on inflation and the start of second quarter earnings reports will greet investors after a holiday-shortened week that saw stocks close near record

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Threads Reaches 175 Million Users on One Year Anniversary

Can you believe that Meta’s Twitter-like Threads app is a year old already? The text-based social app, launched in order to gather up cast-offs from

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Should You Buy the Second-Highest Yielding Stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average contains 30 blue chip companies, almost all of which pay dividends. And while the index yields more than the S&P 500

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X Rejoins GARM To Reassure Ad Partners on Brand Safety

X continues to do all that it can to reassure ad partners of its brand safety efforts, this time by rejoining the World Federation of

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Tesla Stock: Q2 Delivery Expectations Are Coming Down. But What About Energy Storage?

Tesla (TSLA) reports second-quarter global vehicle deliveries on Tuesday with analysts expecting the total to come in under the current consensus. However, as EV demand

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Snapchat Adds Fan Celebration Elements for Euro 2024

With the Euro 2024 knockout stage coming up, Snapchat has outlined the various ways that Snapchatters can engage with the event in the app, via

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New inflation reading offers hope for Fed rate cuts later this year

A new reading from the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge showed prices increased at a slower pace in May, helping the case for interest rate

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Meta Expands Access to Horizon Worlds VR Social Experience

Meta’s VR social media experiment is coming to more users, with Horizon Worlds being expanded to more regions from today. Meta’s Horizon Worlds enables users

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Nasdaq jumps as Nvidia turns a corner

US stocks held broadly steady on Tuesday with AI chipmaker Nvidia (NVDA) eyeing a cautious comeback from a three-day skid as investors squared away their

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New York Seeks to Ban Algorithmic Feeds for Teens

Amid ongoing concerns around the harms caused by social media, especially to young children, various U.S. states are now implementing their own laws and regulations