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CNN —Jack Quaid, best known for his starring role in Amazon’s “The Boys” TV series, says he is “inclined to agree” with those who call him a “nepo baby.”The actor – whose parents are film stars Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid – made the comments in a podcast interview with The Daily Beast earlier this week. “I mean, no matter what I do, people are going to call attention to it,” he said of the “nepo baby” label. “People have called me a ‘nepo baby.’ I’m inclined to agree. His mother, Ryan, also chimed in on the “nepo baby” discourse in an interview with Glamour magazine last year. He’s more of a natural than I’ll ever be,” she said of her son.
Persons: Jack Quaid, Amazon’s, , Meg Ryan, Dennis Quaid –, , ” “, , , ’ ”, Quaid, Kelly Clarkson, ’ ” Quaid, Ryan, “ Jack, ” Quaid, Harry Met Sally, it’s, It’s Organizations: CNN, Daily, Marvel, Glamour Locations: Seattle
"Buying because the stock price has gone down without knowing some of the underlying issues or without understanding some of the underlying activities, could be problematic," says Clark Bellin, president and chief investment officer at Bellwether Wealth. After all, a stock could take major losses and then soar to new heights à la Apple. But what about that same markdown in the price of that company's stock? You'll just have to figure some things out before you buy, says Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA. Rather than scrambling to do research, he says, keep a watchlist of stocks you'd be interested in buying at the right price.
Persons: Clark Bellin, Sam Stovall, Bellin, Charles Rotblut, Stovall, It's, Raife Giovinazzo, Giovinazzo Organizations: Blockbuster, Nike, American Association of, Fuller, Thaler Asset Management, Nasdaq, Yahoo Finance, CNBC
Read previewThe talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has long been considered a beloved celebrity for her friendly and funny public demeanor. "Maybe I'm being naive, but I expected them to welcome me with confetti: Welcome to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'!" Next thing we know, we literally hear Steve Jobs pick up and say, 'Hi, Ellen' … Ellen told him the iPhone should have a bigger font," the producer said. I have been getting calls asking me about the Ellen Degeneres Show and I would like to address the time I spent there. AdvertisementPaytas appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2010 when she was 22 years old to showcase her speed-reading talent during an audience talent segment.
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The Van Epps family left behind two dogs, a stunned and grieving community, and an untold number of priceless memories. The Van Epps family in an undated photo from several years ago. The Van Epps family took a different route. James Ryan Van Epps pitched in a baseball tournament the morning of the plane crash. Courtesy Ansley Van EppsMeanwhile, she and others who loved the Van Epps family took care of other priorities.
Persons: Georgia CNN —, Ansley Van Epps, , Ryan Van Epps, Laura, Harrison, James Ryan, Roger Beggs, Van Epps, Regan Burr, Burr, Ryan’s, Ansley, Ryan, Christine Clements, Christine Marie, “ Harrison, Stefanie Gammage, ” Harrison, Rich Dennis, , ” James Ryan, Brent Bechard, James Ryan’s, They’d, Chase Timms, Roger, James Ryan Van Epps, Erik Rank, Timms, ” Timms, , , Piper, It’s, Walker, Laura wouldn’t, D.J, Jason, who’d, “ James Ryan Organizations: Georgia CNN, Perimeter, Roswell United Methodist Church, Roswell High School, Ridge Christian School, North Atlanta Football Club, Blue Jays, Baseball Hall of Fame, Mirage, Cooperstown, Team Elite National, Elite, Oneonta Municipal, National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB, JFK, Delta Airlines Locations: Milton, Georgia, New York, Catskill, Alpharetta, , Cooperstown, Savannah, Oneonta, Charleston , West Virginia, Atlanta, Lake Cecil, Masonville , New York
"Our conversations with investors have been defined by skepticism about latter stages of AI adoption," Ryan Hammond of Goldman's portfolio strategy research team said in a recent note to clients. "Even among investors that are long-term bullish on the potential gains from AI adoption, there appears to be considerable uncertainty about the timeline." Goldman's AI adoption tracker showed that only 5% of U.S. companies are using generative AI to produce goods and services. Many software companies tied to AI posted disappointing guidance during the last earnings seasons that triggered a sizeable sell-off, Goldman noted. Investors should focus on revised sales forecasts of AI-related companies, Goldman said.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Ryan Hammond, Goldman, Hammond Organizations: Nvidia, Wall, Investors Locations: U.S
Instead, it's a small town in the South that only welcomed its first Starbucks in 2022: Celina, Texas. Celina mayor Ryan Tubbs told Business Insider that he believes people are drawn to two main things about Celina: its relative affordability and its tight-knit community. According to the city, from 2010 until June 2024, 15,062 single-family permits have been issued for Celina. Michelle Clifford, her husband, and children are moving to Celina, Texas, in July. Courtesy of the city of CelinaTo preserve Celina's friendly vibe, the city puts on events, especially in its downtown square.
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But for now, we're turning to Wall Street in our big story, as big banks gear up to report their earnings. The big storyEarnings to watchMomo Takahashi/BIJust like that, it's Wall Street earnings season once again. Wall Street banks have been waiting for M&A, IPOs, and other fee-generating corporate dealmaking to come roaring back for two years. In May, the CEO shocked Wall Street by saying he plans to step down in the next five years . Will banks start charging for everyday consumer products like checking accounts?
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With that in mind, the authors of the note — led by Ryan Hammond — are closely watching downward revenue revisions for signs the AI spending isn't paying off. "Today's hyperscalers will eventually be required to prove that revenues and earnings will be generated from their investments," analysts wrote. "Investors have expressed uncertainty about the return on those investments for the mega-cap tech stocks, but these stocks remain extremely popular," the analysts wrote. Goldman also points out that, according to a measure it tracks, just 5% of companies are currently using AI to produce goods and services. "Adjusting for profits of these companies, the AI capex cycle still pales in comparison to the tech bubble," the analysts wrote.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, , they'll, Goldman, Ryan Hammond — Organizations: Meta, Microsoft, Service, Nvidia
Many young conservatives also support student loan cancellation, with 49% of Gen Z and millennial Republicans surveyed saying some or all outstanding education debt should be erased. As president, Trump called for the elimination of the U.S. Department of Education's existing loan relief programs, including the popular Public Service Loan Forgiveness initiative. He also wanted to slash the department's budget, and his administration halted a regulation aimed at providing loan forgiveness to those defrauded by their schools. He has repeatedly attacked Biden's loan relief policies, and he said in a campaign video in late 2023 that he wants to close the Education Department altogether. For critics of broad student loan forgiveness, Biden's new plan looks a lot like his first.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Ryan Walker, Walker, Gen, Z, Trump, Biden's, Biden, Andrew Bailey, Bailey Organizations: Republican, Bloomberg, Getty, Biden, Heritage Action, America, U.S . Department, Public, Education Department, Supreme Locations: Kansas, Missouri, SocialSphere, U.S, . Missouri, Arkansas , Iowa , Kansas , Nebraska, South Carolina
CNN —A staggering 24 hours that cracked the political foundation of Joe Biden’s reelection bid leave him facing the most high-pressure presidential news conference in modern history on Thursday. The stakes for Biden’s solo appearance at the conclusion of the NATO summit multiplied by the hour as his political position unraveled at a dignity-sapping rate. In another danger sign for Biden’s candidacy, one Democratic strategist told CNN, “Everything is frozen because no one knows what’s going to happen. The deepening crisis gripping the Democratic Party is not simply damaging Biden’s chances of clinging to the nomination. But as Biden’s political standing continues to rapidly deteriorate, the question is becoming how much longer he can insist he’s the only Democrat who can beat Trump.
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How bankruptcy saved Express
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Ryan Baker | )   time to read: +1 min
Express has been a shopping mall staple since the 1980s. In recent years, Express has been squeezed by thin margins and declining shopping mall traffic, combined with the rise of the athleisure category during the pandemic. Bankruptcy has helped Express to stay in business, get out of old leases and even given it a chance to revive its fortunes. The new joint venture, called PHOENIX, received New York court approval for the acquisition of Express on June 14. Watch the video to find out more about the rise and fall of Express — and its likelihood of rising again under its PHOENIX owners.
Persons: Michael Weiss, Eric Beder Organizations: Consumer Research, CNBC, Express, WHP, Simon Property Group, Brookfield Properties, PHOENIX Locations: New York
Guo Wengui (also known as Miles Kwok) holds a news conference with Steve Bannon in New York, New York, U.S., November 20, 2018. Finkel showed jurors videos of Guo wearing sunglasses and standing on the deck of a yacht pitching investments. "Was Miles Guo targeted by the CCP? Prosecutors say Guo used multiple aliases, including Miles Guo and Miles Kwok. Guo paid Bannon $1 million as part of a consulting contract designed to lend legitimacy to his anti Chinese Communist Party movement, Finkel said.
Persons: Guo Wengui, Miles Kwok, Steve Bannon, Carlo Allegri, Ryan Finkel, Guo, Finkel, Miles Guo, Donald Trump, Bannon, Luc Cohen, Noeleen Walder, Leslie Adler Organizations: REUTERS, Lamborghini, CCP, Chinese Communist Party, Prosecutors, Thomson Locations: New York , New York, U.S, Manhattan, Connecticut, China, New York
Microsoft reportedly said that it would give up its observer seat on the OpenAI board amid regulatory scrutiny into generative artificial intelligence in Europe and the U.S.Microsoft's Deputy General Counsel Keith Dolliver wrote a letter to OpenAI late Tuesday, according to multiple media reports, saying that the position had provided insights into the board's activities without compromising its independence. But the letter added that the seat was no longer needed Microsoft had "witnessed significant progress from the newly formed board," according to the Financial Times. CNBC has reached out to Microsoft and OpenAI for comment. The European Commission previously said Microsoft could face an antitrust investigation, as it looked at the markets for virtual worlds and generative artificial intelligence. The Commission, which is the executive arm of the EU, said in January that it is "looking into some of the agreements that have been concluded between large digital market players and generative AI developers and providers" and singled out the Microsoft-OpenAI tie-up as a particular deal that it will be studying.
Persons: Keith Dolliver, OpenAI Organizations: Microsoft, U.S, Microsoft's, Financial Times, CNBC, European Commission Locations: Europe
The world's top 250 fintech companies of 2024
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Ryan Browne | )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe world's top 250 fintech companies of 2024Using a rigorous methodology, CNBC and Statista named the top 250 fintech companies globally for 2024. CNBC Tech Correspondent Ryan Browne has more.
Persons: Statista, Ryan Browne Organizations: CNBC, CNBC Tech
The GOP-led House Oversight Committee issued subpoenas Wednesday for three White House aides, requesting depositions to discuss President Joe Biden's cognitive state. The subpoenas, first reported by Axios, are for first lady Jill Biden's senior adviser Anthony Bernal, White House deputy chief of staff Annie Tomasini and White House senior adviser Ashley Williams. "President Biden is clearly unfit for office, yet his staff are trying to hide the truth from the American people," he added. When reached for comment, White House spokesperson Ian Sams criticized Comer and called the subpoenas a "baseless political stunt intended for him to get media attention instead of engage in legitimate oversight." The three aides were previously asked to appear before the committee as part of the Biden classified documents investigation, but the committee says the White House blocked their appearances.
Persons: James Comer, Joe Biden, Hunter, Joe Biden's, Jill Biden's, Anthony Bernal, White, Annie Tomasini, Ashley Williams, Biden, Ian Sams, Comer, Sams Organizations: Capitol, GOP, White, Axios, White House, Republican, Republicans, Biden Locations: Washington, Ky
In this gilded echo chamber, Mr. Trump enjoys unwavering devotion — and collects the staggering price of admission. During the 2014-15 season — the last before Mr. Trump officially entered politics — The Times counted 52 fund-raiser events at Mar-a-Lago. More than two dozen midterm candidates had already held fund-raisers on the property when Mr. Trump made that statement. But that changed when Letitia James, the New York attorney general, sued Mr. Trump for exaggerating the value of his properties. And, unlike when Mr. Trump was president, “he was there a lot,” Mr. Rustmann said.
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But the program has since moved to another station, and its legacy in San Diego is a faint, fond memory. AdvertisementWith such a rich history of aerial dynamism, it's no surprise that San Diego has become a major hub of this technology. Defense, AI, and a warming reception from VCsLong before AI became a household buzzword, Shield AI launched in San Diego. AdvertisementBut San Diego seemed to be a better fit with its access to open land and proximity to the ocean. That pipeline continues to feed into the San Diego tech ecosystem, feeding and driving the aerial innovation it has become known for over a century.
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Pricing is really weird lately
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Jordan Parker Erb | )   time to read: +7 min
In today's big story, we're looking at why pricing is so weird these days . More recently, Walmart introduced digital price tags, which some people said could be used for variable pricing. The constantly changing costs have consumers feeling a sense of price fatigue, Emily writes. Emily writes that most economists agree that government-mandated price-fixing isn't the way to go about it. So, as Emily writes, you can't fault anyone for feeling a certain sense of doom and gloom about the economy.
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How Roth accounts workWith a traditional account, like a 401(k) or IRA, contributions you make in a given year can be subtracted from your taxable income. Roth accounts work the opposite way. You fund a Roth IRA or Roth 401(k) with money you've already paid taxes on. If you have most of your retirement assets tied up in traditional accounts, you can move money over to a corresponding Roth account in a move known as a Roth conversion. Why now is a good time to save in a Roth account
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The rise and fall of Express
  + stars: | 2024-07-09 | by ( Ryan Baker | Tala Hadavi | Gabrielle Fonrouge | )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe rise and fall of ExpressClothing retailer, Express, distinguished itself during the early 2000s as a shopping mall favorite of young professionals. But things started to go downhill in the years after well-regarded CEO Michael Weiss left the company in 2015. Express filed for bankruptcy in April. In June, a group of investors by the name of Pheonix bought the once-highflying retailer. Watch the video above to learn more.
Persons: Michael Weiss, Pheonix Organizations: Express
Giuliani’s bankruptcy attorneys and his spokesman didn’t provide additional comment to CNN for this story. They want the bankruptcy judge on Wednesday to throw him out of bankruptcy court. For instance, in recent weeks, according to his financial records available in court, Giuliani made 40 purchases from Amazon totaling nearly $3,500. “Unfortunately, in this case, good news always seems to be accompanied with bad,” lawyers for his creditors wrote to the bankruptcy judge last month. “We saw the same thing and have requested information, and a cup of coffee,” Giuliani’s own bankruptcy lawyers told the creditors.
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Gypsy Rose Blanchard is pregnant
  + stars: | 2024-07-09 | by ( Lisa Respers France | )   time to read: +2 min
CNN —Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who served eight and a half years for helping to kill her abusive mother, announced Tuesday that she is set to become a mother herself. Blanchard shared the news on social media that and her ex-fiancé, Ken Urker, are expecting their first child. “It’s not about anything other than the tiny little life that’s inside you that you are now in charge of protecting.”“And that little tiny life is a baby, a little tiny human that’s yours,” she added as she got emotional. Gypsy Rose Blanchard pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in 2016. Soon after their breakup, Blanchard married Louisiana teacher Ryan Anderson in a prison wedding ceremony in July 2022 before parting ways in March.
Persons: Rose Blanchard, Blanchard, Ken Urker, , , ” Blachard, it’s, “ It’s, ” Blanchard, Dee Dee Blanchard, Nicholas Godejohn, Urker, Ryan Anderson, CNN’s Elizabeth Wagmeister, Harmeet Kaur Organizations: CNN, Prosecutors Locations: Springfield , Missouri, Louisiana
In today's big story, we're looking at how new AI tools are helping workers bluff their way through interviews . Some people have built homemade AI tools to help interviewees, releasing them online for free. A startup developing AI-powered tools for job seekers, Final Round AI offers an AI résumé builder, a cover letter writing service, and a mock interview tool. He's not the only one looking to AI to change the interview process. Others say banning AI chatbots in interviews is like prohibiting calculators during math tests — if workers can use the tech in their jobs, why not in the interview process, too?
Persons: , I'm Jordan Parker Erb, Dan DeFrancesco, Alo, They're, Jenny Chang, Rodriguez, Rob Price, Michael Guan, He's, Rebecca Zisser, Rob, BI's Melia Russell, Melia, Guan, Jerome Powell, William McChesney Martin, Powell, Chip Somodevilla, Joe Biden's, Howard, Alan Howard's, Brevan Howard, Tyler Le, Francisco's, Leonid Shteyn, execs, Joe Arden, Joe Biden, Harvey Weinstein, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, Annie Smith, Amanda Yen, Lisa Ryan Organizations: Service, Business, Reserve Bank, Markets, Getty, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Apple, of America, Paramount, NATO, Prosecutors Locations: Silicon Valley, Washington , DC, U.S, New York, London
CNN —The body of an American mountaineer has been discovered by a pair of fellow US climbers 22 years after he went missing following an avalanche in the Peruvian Andes. American brothers Ryan Cooper and Wesley Waren found the body of Bill Stampfl on June 27 on Mount Huascaran, according to Joseph Stampfl, Bill’s son. Finding Bill’s familyCooper, a native of Las Vegas, Nevada, called his wife and informed her of his discovery the same day he came across Stampfl’s body. ‘My heart just sank’After so many years, the news came as an emotional shock to Stampfl’s family. The fact that they found him, it opened up all the wounds,” Jennifer told CNN on Tuesday.
Persons: Ryan Cooper, Wesley Waren, Bill Stampfl, Joseph Stampfl, Bill’s, Cooper, , ” Cooper, Stampfl, Steve Erskine, Matthew Richardson, Jennifer Stampfl, Joseph, Jennifer, Stampfl’s, Janet, we’re, ” Jennifer, ” Janet, , ” Joseph, he’s, Peru –, , CNN’s Duarte Mendonca, CNNE’s Veronica Calderson Organizations: CNN, Peruvian Mountain Rescue Association, Peruvian National Police, Peru’s National Police Locations: American, Peruvian, Huascaran, Peru’s Cordillera Blanca, Yungay, Las Vegas , Nevada, Juarez, Lima, United States, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Since entering the real estate industry and becoming a reality star, Serhant has shared several pieces of wisdom, including his approach to being an agent, why owning real estate is a path toward generational wealth and more. On real estate and generational wealth"Owning real estate is a great path toward generational wealth in the United States. "That said, owning real estate is also one of the easiest ways to lose wealth. "Real estate is an amazing investment for the long term, but you can never bet on the short term," he says. "If you've never bought real estate before, work with someone who has, talk to someone who has, and use a real estate broker," he says.
Persons: Ryan Serhant, Serhant,, Joe De Sena's, you've, De Sena Organizations: Netflix, New, CNBC Locations: Manhattan, New York, United States
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