Legendary investment firm launches new fund focused on ‘quality stocks’

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Legendary value investor Jeremy Grantham is betting on specialty stocks with his company’s first active ETF: the GMO US Quality ETF. And he put GMO partner Tom Hancock in charge of this. “There is a lot more interest in active ETFs than there was a few years ago,” Hancock told CNBC’s “ETF Edge” this week. … Read more

Recruiter explains why the current labor market is not normal

If you’re looking for a job, you’ve felt it, and if you’re not, you’ve definitely heard of it. Today’s job market feels like a nightmare at a level never seen before. It’s easy to feel alone in this, or like it’s your fault. But one recruiter has a message for professionals: “It’s not you, it’s … Read more

Giannis Antetokounmpo leads with 40 points

Bucks talk ball movement in season tournament points differential Bucks talks ball sharing and points difference in season tournaments with win over Hornets The Milwaukee Bucks won their fourth straight game on Saturday night, topping the Dallas Mavericks 132-125 in an offensive showdown at Fiserv Forum. It was the Bucks’ first game against a Western … Read more

Facebook parent company Meta has split its Responsible AI team

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Facebook parent company Meta has split its Responsible AI division, the team dedicated to regulating the security of its artificial intelligence ventures. Most of the responsible AI staff have been transferred to the Generative AI product development team. The move comes after a slew of layoffs and team reshuffling changes at the company this year. … Read more

Bitcoin ETF Approval Nears, But Brace for More Setbacks – CEO of BitGo

Mike Belshe, CEO of cryptocurrency exchange BitGo, has suggested that all indications are leaning towards a favorable outcome for a spot Bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded fund (ETF). However, he emphasized that the journey ahead will not be without challenges. In an interview with Bloomberg on November 16, Belshe explained that based on discussions between companies seeking … Read more

Max Verstappen wins wild race

Verstappen overcame a 5-second penalty to beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and his Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez. Verstappen pushed his way past Leclerc at the first corner, much to the anger of the pole winner, and was given a 5-second time penalty, but retained his track position at the front in the early stages. Leclerc … Read more

More and more advertisers are stopping spending on X due to the growing backlash against Musk

More major advertisers have halted spending on X, the social media service formerly known as Twitter, as backlash continued over Elon Musk’s endorsement of an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory on the platform. Entertainment company Warner Bros. and Sony, along with other prominent brands, have halted their spending on X. IBM stopped advertising on X on Thursday, … Read more

Exclusive: GM’s Cruise CEO apologizes and allows stock sale

A self-driving car from Cruise, owned by General Motors Corp, is seen outside the company’s San Francisco headquarters, where it conducts most of its testing, in California, U.S., September 26, 2018. Photo taken September 26, 2018. REUTERS/Heather Somerville/File Photo Obtain licensing rights SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 18 (Reuters) – The CEO of Cruise, General Motors’ robo-taxi … Read more

This is why Amazon has discontinued certain eye drop products after receiving a letter from the FDA

Amazon has voluntarily removed seven eye drop brands from its shelves in response to a warning letter from the Food & Drug Administration about potential safety issues. The eye drops, marketed as a homeopathic treatment for pink eye, dry eyes, cataracts, irritation due to dust or other allergens, are considered “new medications” that have yet … Read more