AI is here to stay; it’s time to update your HR policies
Artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT are in the workplace whether employers know it or not, meaning it's time to update HR policies to protect workers and businesses.
AI is 'a nuclear bomb and the entire world has already got it,' Palantir ethics expert warns
Palantir civil liberties engineer John Grant likened advanced artificial intelligence to a nuclear bomb the "entire world" can now access during a panel discussion this week.
Moody's warns of AAA downgrade unless US makes $2B mid-June interest payment
Moody's expects Congress and the White House to reach a deal on raising the U.S. debt limit in time to avoid default, but warns a downgrade is coming if a mid-June payment is missed.
JPMorgan letting go 1,000 First Republic employees
JPMorgan Chase has informed 1,000 employees of First Republic Bank they will soon be out of job, making the announcement weeks after acquiring the institution.
Conservative ETF sells Target stock over 'woke' agenda
The American Conservative Values ETF announced it has divested all its holdings in Target and blacklisted the company over its "woke" agenda amid fallout over LGBTQ merchandising.
Nordstrom slashing over 300 jobs in San Francisco store closures: report
High-end retailer Nordstrom plans to lay off more than 300 employees when it closes two downtown San Francisco locations due to crime, according to a report.
Suspected China-based fentanyl suppliers raking in tens of millions in crypto, analysis shows
China-based companies suspected of producing chemicals for illicit fentanyl manufacturing have received at least $38 million in cryptocurrency payments since 2018, Chainalysis says.
China state-sponsored actor carries out 'attack' on US critical infrastructure, Microsoft says
Chinese state-sponsored actor Volt Typhoon is carrying out cyberattacks on "critical infrastructure organizations" in the U.S., according to Microsoft.
US debt default would be 'devastating' to small businesses, Chamber of Commerce warns
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is sounding the alarm over a potential default on the federal government's debt, warning small business owners of the "devastating" impact.