Deloitte Reports 9% Rise in Global Revenue

Deloitte reports a 9% increase in global revenue for the fiscal year, with consulting and financial services driving growth.

Disappointing Quarterly Earnings Impact ChargePoint's Shares

Shares of EV charging equipment maker ChargePoint are declining following their disappointing quarterly earnings report. Analysts' projections were not met, and...

Utility Stocks: Opportunities Amidst the Slump

Despite challenges, undervalued utility stocks present hidden opportunities for investors seeking earnings growth.

The Threat of Inflation: A Decade-Long Phenomenon

Smead Capital Management reveals its strategic investment approach amid rising concerns about inflation. Learn about the potential beneficiaries and market reac...

U.S. Economic Activity Shows Modest Growth, Consumers Face Financial Strain

The U.S. economy experienced modest growth with increased consumer spending, but financial strain is evident. Credit card balances surpassed $1 trillion for the...

Apple's iPhone 15 Release Faces Complications in China

Apple faces complications in China with the ban on iPhones for government officials, but analysts remain optimistic about the iPhone 15 launch.

United Airlines Software Glitch

United Airlines faced a software glitch causing a temporary halt in departures nationwide. FAA involvement and limited impact. Assurance from Transportation Sec...

Energy Stocks Lead S&P 500 as Oil Supply Cuts Extended

Energy stocks are leading the S&P 500 as Saudi Arabia and Russia extend oil supply cuts, while other sectors experience losses.

Spanish Women’s National Team Coach Dismissed Following World Cup Victory

The Spanish soccer federation dismissed women’s national team coach Jorge Vilda following their World Cup victory due to the controversial actions of the suspen...

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce Steps Down as Airline Faces Legal Action

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce steps down early amid legal action; Vanessa Hudson takes over. Allegations of selling cancelled flights raise concerns over service levels...