Friday, Feb 23, 2024
Focus on the big picture
How Nike’s Fighting Back The Sneaker Bots
CNBC, 31 May 2023
The global sneaker resale market is predicted to grow to $30 billion by 2030 and is only spurred by a phenomenon known as sneaker botting.
How To Fix The Water Crisis | CNBC Marathon
CNBC, 30 May 2023
From floods to droughts, CNBC Marathon explores the water crisis in the U.S. Today, one out of three people don’t have access to safe drinking water.
How the U.S. is stalling a recession #Shorts
CNBC, 29 May 2023
A lot of economists believe the U.S. hasn't announced a recession yet because consumers are still spending a lot.
Why You May Be Flying On Bigger Planes This Summer
CNBC, 28 May 2023
On this episode of “Now Boarding” Leslie and Erin discuss how airlines are growing by using bigger planes that fit more passengers to grow while airport congestion, high costs and pilot shortage limits their ability to add flights.
How Mastercard Plans To Beat Visa
CNBC, 27 May 2023
Mastercard is the second largest card network in the U.S., accounting for more than a quarter of all purchase volume using a payment card.
How Virtual Layoffs Became The New Normal For Workplaces
CNBC, 26 May 2023
The rise of remote work during the Covid-19 pandemic has now brought about the rise of the virtual layoff.
How Dexcom And Abbott Are Moving Beyond Diabetes
CNBC, 25 May 2023
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, over 37 million people in the U.S.
Disney V. DeSantis: Why Florida’s Governor Took On America’s Media Giant
CNBC, 24 May 2023
The political feud between Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Disney has been heating up for the last few months.
Who Actually Pays For Credit Card Rewards?
CNBC, 23 May 2023
About 90% of all credit card spending is on rewards cards like Delta SkyMiles, Chase Sapphire Preferred or American Express Platinum.
Where do EV batteries go when they die? #Shorts
CNBC, 22 May 2023
The lifetime for an EV battery is estimated to be 12 to 15 years in moderate climates, but that doesn't mean the batteries end up in landfills when they die.
Airline Status Explained And Is It Worth It?
CNBC, 21 May 2023
"Now Boarding" is a weekly podcast about air travel and the business of flying. CNBC airlines reporter Leslie Josephs and CNBC senior producer Erin Black delve into topics like turbulence, airline status, boarding, jumbo jets and all thi...
How UnitedHealth Grew Larger Than The Biggest U.S. Bank
CNBC, 20 May 2023
UnitedHealth Group is the biggest health-care conglomerate in the U.S. based on market cap and revenue.
Will The U.S. Supreme Court Strike Down Biden's Student Debt Plan?
CNBC, 19 May 2023
Student loan debt has ballooned to over $1.6 trillion with more than 45 million borrowers.
How Amazon’s Drone Delivery Fell Behind Walmart And Alphabet
CNBC, 18 May 2023
Amazon says its Prime Air drones recently completed 100 deliveries in two small U.S.
How AI could change the future of work #Shorts
CNBC, 17 May 2023
The rise in new generative artificial intelligence tools has the potential to rock industries staffed by white collar workers in the coming years.
Why California’s High-Speed Rail Is Taking So Long
CNBC, 16 May 2023
In 2008, California voted yes on a $9 billion bond authorization to build the nation’s first high-speed railway.
How LVMH Became A $500 Billion Luxury Powerhouse
CNBC, 15 May 2023
The luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton controls 75 Maisons, or brands, including Tiffany & Co., Sephora, Dior, Givenchy and TAG Heuer.
Why U.S. vacation policies are so much worse than Europe's #Shorts
CNBC, 14 May 2023
The United States is the only advanced economy that doesn’t guarantee workers paid time off.
Why American Subways Are Some Of The World’s Most Expensive
CNBC, 13 May 2023
Public transit can be extremely valuable for a city’s economy - in New York City 85% of the people who travel into the business district below 61st Street take some form of public transportation.
How NYC's Legal Weed Rollout Created A Boom In 'Gray' Market Cannabis Shops
CNBC, 12 May 2023
In the densely populated Tri-State area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, the rollout of legal weed has been called slow and cumbersome, allowing for the proliferation of "gray" market storefronts and businesses to sell marijuana ...