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Lawmaker who wrote New York crypto mining bill explains: ‘It’s not a ban’

Bitcoin offices in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 11, 2022.Umit Turhan Coskun/NurPhoto via Getty ImagesNew York State Assemblymember Anna Kelles is tired of all...

Apple’s big annual conference kicks off next week: Here’s what to expect

Apple CEO Tim Cook will present the latest versions of Apple's software for iPhones, iPads, Mac, Watch, and TV on Monday to kick...

Two notable Wall Street strategists say this is just a bear market bounce

Two widely followed strategists on Wall Street — Bank of America's Michael Hartnett and Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson — see more trouble ahead...

Cloud stocks mount big rally led by UiPath, as investors bet tech valuations have bottomed

Daniel Dines, CEO, UiPath at company's IPO at the New York Stock Exchange, April 21, 2021.Source: NYSECloud stocks rallied on Thursday, with more...

Amazon to shut down Kindle store in China

Amazon KindleGetty ImagesAmazon will shut its Kindle ebook store in China next year, marking the latest retreat by a U.S. tech giant in...

These are Wall Street’s favorite Dow stocks as it attempts to rebound

As the stock market tries to find its footing after a nearly two-month slide, Wall Street analysts are bullish on some of biggest...

Investment banks pick their top stocks to buy in the ‘beaten down’ tech sector

Analysts at leading investment banks say a number of tech stocks present compelling buying opportunities right now — with some more than 30%...

Help (mostly) wanted: A diverging job market boosts some workers’ prospects and puts others on notice

A help wanted sign is displayed in the window of a Brooklyn, New York business.Spencer Platt | Getty ImagesCracks are forming in the...

Tech investor Paul Meeks says avoid this FAANG stock, picks the ones he can ‘stomach’

Tech investor Paul Meeks identified the FAANG stock he would currently stay away from despite the recent rout in the broader sector, saying...

Microsoft exec tells employees in Windows and Office groups to be more cautious in hiring

Satya Nadella, chief executive officer of Microsoft Corp., appears at a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on May...

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