Companies forced to weigh in on privacy, health care

Pro-choice activists are seen outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on June 15, 2022. Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images The challenges posed by the end of Roe v. Wade are only just beginning for corporate America. By overturning the abortion precedent Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court set off a series of … Read more

Mark Zuckerberg shows early metaverse headsets Mirror Lake, Holocake

The company formerly known as Facebook is going to spend $ 10 billion this year on research and development on virtual reality and augmented reality technologies, including computerized glasses or headsets. On Monday, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off how much progress the social media company has made toward that goal by revealing many of … Read more

Apple workers in Maryland vote for the company’s first unionized store in US

An employee arranges Apple iPhones as a customer shop at an Apple store. Mike Segar | Reuters Employees at an Apple store in Towson, Maryland voted Saturday to join a union, a significant achievement for organized labor. The Towson store is the first unionized Apple store in the US The vote is a defeat for … Read more

Snowflake, Apple, Amazon, Nike, Robinhood

Here are Wall Street’s biggest calls on Wednesday: Goldman Sachs initiates Wheels Up as buy Goldman said in its initiation of the on-demand private jet company that it sees an attractive entry point. “Wheels Up is a leading company in an established and growing end-market, but one that is also fragmented and has substantial opportunity … Read more

Pros on Amazon’s stock split, chip stocks

Market Movers rounds up the best trades from investors and analysts on CNBC throughout the day. The pros turned their focus toward major tech giants as Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference and made key product announcements. Further, Amazon splits its stock 20-for-1, a move that makes shares more accessible to investors. Monday’s mentioned … Read more

Apple will reportedly move some iPad capacity from China to Vietnam

People walk past an apple store in Wangfujing with iPhone 13 series advertisement on a big screen. Sheldon Cooper | LightRocket | Getty Images Apple is moving some of its iPad production to Vietnam from China after supply chain disruptions stemming from coronavirus lockdowns have contributed to product and part shortages, Nikkei Asia said Tuesday. … Read more