South Korean companies are offering workers $75,000 to have babies amid the country’s desperate bid for more children

South Korean companies are offering workers $75,000 to have babies amid the country’s desperate bid for more children

One firm, a construction company in Seoul, said it’s giving out $75,000 to workers who had babies from 2021 onward…

Indonesia may widen fiscal deficit to fund free school lunch, document shows

Indonesia may widen fiscal deficit to fund free school lunch, document shows

Indonesia may widen fiscal deficit to fund free school lunch, document shows

Qatar to Build New LNG Project as US Stalls on Export Push

Qatar to Build New LNG Project as US Stalls on Export Push

Qatar plans to expand exports of liquefied natural gas amid rising demand and a pause on growth projects in the US, a key rival supplier…

Congressman presses Elon Musk to provide SpaceX satellite services for US defense forces in Taiwan, report says

Congressman presses Elon Musk to provide SpaceX satellite services for US defense forces in Taiwan, report says

A Congressman wrote to Elon Musk saying that withholding Starshield access from US forces in Taiwan may be in breach of SpaceX’s government contracts…

Buffett’s Berkshire posts record profit on insurance, investments

Buffett’s Berkshire posts record profit on insurance, investments

Buffett’s Berkshire posts record profit on insurance, investments

Madison Pacific Properties Inc. (TSX: MPC and MPC.C) announces results of Annual General Meeting

Madison Pacific Properties Inc. (TSX: MPC and MPC.C) announces results of Annual General Meeting

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 24, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Madison Pacific Properties Inc. (the Company), reports the voting results of the Annual General Meeting of its shareholders held February 22, 2024 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The following six nominees were re-elected as directors of the Company by the following votes: Nominee Votes For Percent Votes…

Mark Zuckerberg is arguing he can’t be held liable for kids’ Instagram addiction just because he’s the boss. He may be right.

Mark Zuckerberg is arguing he can’t be held liable for kids’ Instagram addiction just because he’s the boss. He may be right.

Mark Zuckerberg says he can’t be held personally liable in lawsuits alleging harm to kids with social media addiction just because he’s CEO…

Dollar index on track for first weekly fall this year

Dollar index on track for first weekly fall this year

Dollar index on track for first weekly fall this year

Putin Is Shipping Grain to Africa. The Largesse Comes With a Price

Putin Is Shipping Grain to Africa. The Largesse Comes With a Price

Russia is distributing free grain to countries facing food shortages, and in return it’s getting some valuable political support…

Zelenskyy said he didn’t have time to watch more than 2 hours of Tucker Carlson interviewing Putin

Zelenskyy said he didn’t have time to watch more than 2 hours of Tucker Carlson interviewing Putin

Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy told Fox News’ Bret Baier that he didn’t have time to watch “more than two hours of bullshit” from Putin…

US approves E15 gasoline sales expansion in Midwest starting 2025

US approves E15 gasoline sales expansion in Midwest starting 2025

US approves E15 gasoline sales expansion in Midwest starting 2025

BOK Holds Rates, Warns Against Premature Confidence Over Prices

BOK Holds Rates, Warns Against Premature Confidence Over Prices

The Bank of Korea warned against overconfidence that inflation is stabilizing near its target after holding its benchmark interest rate steady as exports fuel economic activity and energy costs pick up due to geopolitical risks…

Nvidia’s sales fell ‘significantly’ in China — but it’s still shipping chips to the country

Nvidia’s sales fell ‘significantly’ in China — but it’s still shipping chips to the country

Nvidia’s revenue boomed everywhere but China after US restrictions stinted sales of its chips. It’s now hoping “reconfigured” products might help…

Hedge funds ditch US stocks as Wall Street slides, says BofA

Hedge funds ditch US stocks as Wall Street slides, says BofA

Hedge funds ditch US stocks as Wall Street slides, says BofA

Mexico’s army takes over yet another civilian role – filling potholes

Mexico’s army takes over yet another civilian role – filling potholes

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s president acknowledged Tuesday that the armed forces have taken over yet another civilian role: fixing the nation’s highways. Filling potholes has now been added to a long list of projects ranging from planes, trains and policing that the armed forces now control…

Don’t dry your damp iPhone in a bowl of rice, Apple says

Don’t dry your damp iPhone in a bowl of rice, Apple says

Putting your wet iPhone in a bowl of rice to dry out can actually cause more damage, Apple said. And don’t turn to a blow dryer for help, either…

Delaware court allows TripAdvisor to reincorporate in Nevada

Delaware court allows TripAdvisor to reincorporate in Nevada

Delaware court allows TripAdvisor to reincorporate in Nevada

Economists expect inflation eased in January, but housing still ‘thorn’ in BoC’s side

Economists expect inflation eased in January, but housing still ‘thorn’ in BoC’s side

OTTAWA — As the Bank of Canada waits for the right moment to start cutting interest rates, some economists are arguing that its decision shouldn’t hinge on the housing market. Canada’s inflation rate has edged up and down over the last several months after dropping from its 2022 highs as global price pressures fade and…

Wall Street giants like JPMorgan and Pimco are walking back their environmental pledges after years of outspoken support for fighting climate change

Wall Street giants like JPMorgan and Pimco are walking back their environmental pledges after years of outspoken support for fighting climate change

Wall Street giants, including JPMorgan and State Street, are retreating from environmental initiatives amid increasing political criticism…

Saudi Arabia sees medium-term non-oil growth at over 5%, below previous estimate

Saudi Arabia sees medium-term non-oil growth at over 5%, below previous estimate

Saudi Arabia sees medium-term non-oil growth at over 5%, below previous estimate