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Finance expert explains why people are turning to AI for investment advice

With ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence systems making waves, some people are turning to AI for financial planning, according to one West Virginia University researcher. The AI-powered financial planning service “robo-advising,” or automated investing, is relatively...

BioBiz: Biogen and Eisai Alzheimer’s Drug shows some positive results; New financing for Sudo, Meliora Therapeutics, Kaleidoscope; Daxor test reduces hospital stays

An Alzheimer’s drug that is being developed by Biogen and Eisai is showing some positive results. The newly developed drug that is currently in a phase three trial showed that the experimental monoclonal antibody reduced cognitive decline...

Top Three Cryptocurrency Safety Questions Answered

(NAPSI)—If you’re like many people, you may be curious about crypto. From crypto direct deposits and debit cards to decentralized saving and lending and cross-border payments, the cryptoeconomy is rapidly challenging many of the core ideas around...

BioBiz: Immusoft inks deal with Takeda Pharma; Affyimmune closes $30M Series A Funding

Rare disease therapy developer, Immusoft, has signed a licensing agreement with Takeda Pharmaceutical with a total potential value of more than $900 million, to discover, develop and commercialize transformative cell therapies in rare inherited metabolic disorders with...

Krispy Kreme goes public

Krispy Kreme begins trading under "DNUT" on the Nasdaq Global Select Market on Thursday, offering 29 million shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $17 per share — coming in far below industry estimates. 

Plus-Size Retailer Torrid Makes Wall Street Debut

While the fashion industry reckons with female body image positivity, investors embraced plus-size retailer Torrid in its Wall Street debut Thursday. Torrid, an apparel company for women who wear sizes 10 to 30, shares...

Asian Americans Most Worried About Lost Income as a Result of COVID-19

According to Lincoln Financial Group’s Monthly Consumer Sentiment Tracker, Asian Americans (37%) are most worried about lost income from layoffs and reduced employment hours as a result of COVID-19—a fear that is not unfounded in a population hit...

Ban on Cryptocurrency Could Spell Disaster for the Indian Economy

India is reportedly moving forward with a sweeping ban on cryptocurrencies. According to media reports, the country’s legislature will introduce a bill that criminalizes trading, mining, issuing, transferring, or possessing cryptocurrency. The bill is likely to pass if...

Dolphin Entertainment, Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment and others soar after announcing “NFT” related news

If you've never heard of them, just know that stocks involved in NFTs are the rage with Wall Street Traders.

IronNet Cybersecurity and trading platform eToro lead the list of new SPAC IPOs

IronNet Cybersecurity announced on Monday that it will go public through a combination with LGL Systems Acquisition. The company leads a list of new SPAC IPO's. 
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CEO Corner: Nikole Kimes, CEO & Co-Founder at Siolta Therapeutics

We recently spoke with Nikole Kimes, PhD, CEO and Co-Founder at Siolta Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company...
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Survey shows Americans are sinking money they don’t have into credit cards they can’t pay off – at alarming rates

Quicken Inc., maker of America's best-selling personal finance software, today shared findings from a survey that explored Americans' financial outlook amid the...

Elon Musk says Twitter to change the logo, removes bird logo

Twitter's owner, Elon Musk posted on Sunday that he was looking to change Twitter’s logo, tweeting: “And soon we shall bid adieu...

Turning food waste into bioenergy can become a profitable industry

Food waste is a major problem around the world. In the United States, an estimated 30 to 40% of edible food is lost...

Researchers uncover how a genetic mutation can cause individuals with normal cholesterol levels to develop coronary artery disease at a young age

A novel molecular pathway to explain how a mutation in the gene ACTA2 can cause individuals in their 30s – with normal...