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

Brex drops small business customers as Silicon Valley adjusts to new reality

Brex Co-Founder & CEO Henrique Dubugras speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019 at Moscone Convention Center on October 02, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Steve Jennings | Getty Images Brex, the Silicon Valley lender to start-ups, is dropping tens of thousands of small business customers to focus on bigger venture-backed clients, according to … Read more

CNBC’s ‘Halftime Report’ traders answer your questions

On Thursday’s “Ask Halftime,” our traders answered questions from CNBC Pro subscribers about stocks and ETFs during this market downturn, including whether to buy, sell or hold PayPal and Devon Energy. Other investments mentioned by the traders include AMD and Nvidia. .

Three reasons this struggling fintech stock may break out of its slump

PayPal tumbled 16% this week, but one top analyst is making a bullish long-term case for the struggling stock. The company’s underperformance follows leadership uncertainty. PayPal’s chief financial officer, John Rainey, announced last week he’ll leave the company in late May. Yet, Bruderman Asset Management’s Akshata Bailkeri made an optimistic case for PayPal on CNBC’s … Read more

The Nasdaq is down more than 10% this year. Here are Wall Street’s top picks to buy the dip

As tech stocks endure a broad sell-off this year, Wall Street analysts name some of their top stocks to buy right now. .

Ukranian bank suspends e-cash transfers, bolstering crypto use case

A Ukrainian serviceman holds a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) launcher at fighting positions outside the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine February 24, 2022. Maksim Levin | Reuters Ukraine’s central bank is cracking down on digital money transfers in one of the latest measures implemented in connection with a nationwide declaration of martial law. The National Bank of … Read more