Right before he bought Twitter, Elon Musk said he didn't want to buy the company and called it 'a recipe for misery.' Here's what changed.

Billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk is buying Twitter for $44 billion, and says he isn't doing it to make money: "I don't care about the economics at all."
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Right before he bought Twitter, Elon Musk said he didn't want to buy the company and called it 'a recipe for misery.' Here's what changed.

Right before he bought Twitter, Elon Musk said he didn't want to buy the company and called it 'a recipe for misery.' Here's what changed.

Billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk is buying Twitter for $44 billion, and says he isn't doing it to make money: "I don't care about the economics at all."

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There's a better-than 50% chance that a recession is coming in the next 12 months as inflation stays hot and consumer spending weakens, warns a strategist at Putnam Investments who says that commodities are the best way to protect your portfolio
Kevin McCarthy said Matt Gaetz' post-Capitol riot comments were 'putting people in jeopardy'

Kevin McCarthy said Matt Gaetz' post-Capitol riot comments were 'putting people in jeopardy'

Audio recordings obtained by The New York Times reveal House GOP leadership thought Gaetz' verbal attacks could be "potentially illegal."

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Warren Buffett is on a long-awaited buying spree. 7 experts break down why the investor spent $23 billion on a trio of big-ticket purchases.
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Warren Buffett is on a long-awaited buying spree. 7 experts break down why the investor spent $23 billion on a trio of big-ticket purchases.

Buffett invested in Occidental Petroleum and HP, and agreed to acquire Alleghany, because he saw good value and growth potential, experts say.

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Meat giant Tyson Foods will spend $60 million to give its employees free education, including college degrees

Meat giant Tyson Foods will spend $60 million to give its employees free education, including college degrees

Tyson will cover all costs associated with getting a degree or certification, including tuition, books, and other fees.

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The director of research at Token Metrics shares his 3 favorite altcoins — and why bitcoin and ethereum have limited upside and are no longer the best crypto investments
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The director of research at Token Metrics shares his 3 favorite altcoins — and why bitcoin and ethereum have limited upside and are no longer the best crypto investments

Bitcoin and ethereum may be range-bound, said Mehdi Farooq, the director of research at Token Metrics. Here are three altcoins he's bullish on.

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Meet the 'sandwich generation': Financially strapped Gen Xers helping out both their parents and their children

Meet the 'sandwich generation': Financially strapped Gen Xers helping out both their parents and their children

People in their 40s often care for their own kids in addition to an aging parent, per Pew. It can be financially stressful and personally rewarding.

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2 dividend-focused fund managers who have outperformed 98% of of their peers over the last year break down their method for picking stocks — and share 3 companies they're betting on for substantial dividend growth ahead
GOLDMAN SACHS: These 6 charts show whether a recession will be necessary to tame skyrocketing inflation
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GOLDMAN SACHS: These 6 charts show whether a recession will be necessary to tame skyrocketing inflation

US chief economist David Mericle shares six charts that tackle supply chain disruption, wage growth, and the link between inflation and recessions.

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Apple's year-old privacy changes are expected to wipe almost $16 billion in revenue from Facebook, YouTube, Snap, and Twitter in 2022
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Apple's year-old privacy changes are expected to wipe almost $16 billion in revenue from Facebook, YouTube, Snap, and Twitter in 2022

Data management firm Lotame estimated that Meta would take a $12.8 billion hit from the iOS privacy update, representing 9.7% of its revenue.

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