Big Tech Is Getting Clobbered on Wall Street. It’s a Good Time for Them.

Big Tech Is Getting Clobbered on Wall Street. It’s a Good Time for Them.

John Chambers, who steered Cisco Systems through multiple downturns as its former chief executive, said the companies’ strong businesses and deep pockets could afford them the chance to take risks that would be impractical for smaller competitors. During the 2008 downturn, he said Cisco allowed distressed automakers to pay for technology services with credit at…

United’s largest club opens at Newark airport

United’s largest club opens at Newark airport

Virtuoso managing director Misty Belles shares top tips for booking travel to avoid inflation. United Airlines’ largest club officially opened at Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday. CDC RECOMMENDS PRE-TRAVEL COVID-19 TESTS: ‘CLOSE TO THE TIME OF DEPARTURE’ The new, nearly 30,000-square-foot lounge, located in Terminal C3 near gate C123, features a modern design, enhanced…

Weakened Euro May Become Equal to the U.S. Dollar

Weakened Euro May Become Equal to the U.S. Dollar

The list of ailments troubling the eurozone economy was already stark: the highest inflation rate on record, energy insecurity and increasing whispers about a recession. This month, another threat emerged. The weakening euro has raised expectations that it could reach parity with the U.S. dollar. Europe is facing “a steady stream of bad news,” Valentin…

How new, average and experienced investors should incorporate ETFs in a portfolio

How new, average and experienced investors should incorporate ETFs in a portfolio

Cameron Dawson and Matthew Tuttle provide guidance on the stock market on ‘Making Money.’ Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, can offer you valuable benefits, and when purchased with some research, offer distinct advantages like low upfront fees, ease of purchase and the ability to snag some stock in indexes you may be interested in like tech,…

Navient agrees to cancel millions in student loans: Who’s affected and what happens next

Navient agrees to cancel millions in student loans: Who’s affected and what happens next

Navient agreed to cancel millions in student loans in New Hampshire.  (iStock) Navient Corp. and student loan servicer Navient Solutions agreed to a settlement that will result in the cancelation of more than $3.5 million in student debt for New Hampshire student loan borrowers, according to the state’s Department of Justice. Merrimack County Superior Court…

A Weak Euro Heads to an Uncomfortable Milestone: Parity With the Dollar

A Weak Euro Heads to an Uncomfortable Milestone: Parity With the Dollar

The list of ailments troubling the eurozone economy was already stark: the highest inflation rate on record, energy insecurity and increasing whispers about a recession. This month, another threat emerged. The weakening euro has raised expectations that it could reach parity with the U.S. dollar. Europe is facing “a steady stream of bad news,” Valentin…