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The software company NICE launched Enlighten AI to improve customer service and clients' efficiency. Eilam said Enlighten AI "dramatically improves" productivity and efficiency for customer-experience teams by automating many labor-intensive tasks, such as note-taking during customer-service calls. Enlighten Autopilot, one of the products within NICE's Enlighten AI for CX repository, enhances self-service with an AI-powered virtual assistant. Many existing customers are adding Enlighten AI to their portfolios, and NICE is attracting new customers with its AI capabilities. The organization implemented Enlighten AI to monitor 100% of its customer interactions and gather insights about the behaviors influencing customer sentiment.
Persons: , We've, Barak Eilam, Eilam, Copilot, What's Organizations: NICE, Service, Neptune Intelligence Computer Engineering, Business, Republic Services, Open Network Exchange, ONE, BI Locations: Hoboken , New Jersey
When we don't get enough sleep, it can influence everything from how much money we make to our likelihood of developing dementia, heart disease, and diabetes. Researchers have found that stress is one of the strongest indicators of poor sleep. On top of that, the county struggles with poor health, another major contributor to poor sleep. In our analysis, we overlaid the CDC's sleep data with a CDC survey on mental health and found a 79% correlation between mental-health problems and poor sleep. In the food-services industry, people juggle inconsistent shifts and low pay that often requires taking on multiple jobs, and 40% of workers don't get enough sleep.
Persons: Tim Cook, Robinhood's Vlad Tenev, Gordon Ramsay, Drake, Michael Phelps, Mingo, It's, Johns Hopkins, isn't Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, South . Residents, CDC, Columbia, Johns Hopkins University, Graduate Medical Locations: South, West Virginia , Kentucky, Alabama, Mingo, West Virginia, Boulder County , Colorado, America, healthiest, Manhattan, San Francisco, Mississippi, . California, Florida
On its own, the crime of "falsifying business records" in New York is considered a misdemeanor crime. AdvertisementNew York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan explained it clearly in his hourlong instructions to the jury on Wednesday morning. "What you're asking me to do is change the law, and I'm not going to do that," Merchan told Trump's legal team. On Truth Social, Trump posted quotes from Fox News host Jesse Watters, falsely claiming "the jury can pick whatever crime they want." "The other thing, the confusion is, nobody knows what the crime is, because there is no crime," Trump told reporters in the hallway outside the courtroom before he left.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBond market is 'in the driver seat' for the equity market right now, says Schwab's Liz Ann SondersLiz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab chief investment strategist, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss if history's reliable to count on the stock market, what's getting called into question, and more.
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But I was really a kid when I wasn't on set," Hoffmann tells Business Insider. To have a partner in crime, saying, 'We don't really know what we're doing. On the paternal energy on the 'Field of Dreams' set and working with child actors as an adultHoffmann played Kevin Costner's daughter in "Field of Dreams." Christina and I met and we became really, really, really close. And after a decade of feeling like I didn't know what the hell I was doing, that was such a profound relief.
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Sell your blood plasmaBags of blood plasma being examined in a laboratory. During plasma donation, blood is drawn and an automated machine separates the plasma from other blood components, which are returned to the donor. Plasma donation pay varies from site to site, but the average payout is typically around $50 per donation. During the egg donation cycle, patients are injected with fertility drugs so that the ovaries make more mature eggs than normal. For example, here's a list of the most recent paid research studies offered by New York University.
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Taxing vs. spending problem: What's next for tax policy reform
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailTaxing vs. spending problem: What's next for tax policy reformRohit Kumar, PWC Washington National Tax Services principal and co-leader, and Kimberly Clausing, UCLA School of Law economist and professor, join 'Squawk Box' to discuss the state of tax policy reform, what could be next for tax policy under a future Biden or Trump administration, and more.
Persons: Rohit Kumar, PWC, Kimberly Clausing, Trump Organizations: PWC Washington National Tax Services, UCLA School of Law, Biden Locations: PWC Washington
This report is from this week's CNBC's "Inside India" newsletter which brings you timely, insightful news and market commentary on the emerging powerhouse and the big businesses behind its meteoric rise. Separately, the stock market will also deliver its verdict when markets open on Monday. Nervousness among investors over the results has meant that the India VIX index, the market's so-called fear gauge, has shot up by more than 135% since its April lows. However, some equity strategists point out that even a landslide victory for Modi's BJP could potentially sour the stock market. Meanwhile, Gautam Chhaochharia, head of global markets for India at UBS, said foreign investors are in a "wait and watch mode" ahead of India's election results despite economic fundamentals looking "very, very strong."
Persons: Narendra Modi's, Modi, Bradley Saunders, Saunders, Venugopal Garre, , Garre, Fitch, SRH, Mark Mobius, Gautam Chhaochharia Organizations: Bloomberg, Getty, BJP, Traders, " Bank of America, Capital Economics, Modi's BJP, , Reuters, Kolkata Knight Riders, IPL, Sunrisers, Knight Riders, CNBC, UBS Locations: Delhi, India, Kolkata, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Read previewA vacation to Myrtle Beach last spring turned into a wake-up call for Jamie Bernardi and her family. Jamie BernardiThis is what researchers variously call the "trickle-down effect," "the ripple effect," or "the halo effect": when a person's lifestyle changes benefit their family members and close contacts who aren't under medical care. Doctors and researchers hope the trickle-down effect will help curb new cases of obesity. Taking controlThe trickle-down effect isn't just an added bonus. Just three weeks after she first jabbed her belly with Mounjaro, Bernardi bought everyone in her family generic watches to count their steps.
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"With yields holding firm at elevated levels , large caps continue to outperform small caps. Hopes for multiple rate cuts from the Federal Reserve this year have dimmed after recent inflation readings showed signs of stickiness. An economy that is growing more slowly, but with cooler inflation, could be the combination small caps need. Small caps could also benefit from an uptick in the global economy that benefits areas like manufacturing that has heavy representation in the small-cap index. Investors who really want exposure to small caps could also look outside of the U.S. Wolfe Research analyst Rob Ginsberg said in a May 29 note to clients that global small caps are outperforming their U.S. counterparts and are poised for a potential breakout.
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And she's part of a growing class of Gen Z retirement super-savers. Many are concerned about stagnating wages in an era of skyrocketing costs of living, says Paloma Thombley, chief human resources officer at Handshake, the jobs site for college students and new grads. Gen Z prioritizes retirement benefitsGenesis Hinckley, 27, works as a business analyst for Google in Boulder, Colorado. 'It's no longer chasing money; it's chasing time'Anxiety aside, many Gen Zers see super-saving for retirement as a way to take control over an uncertain future when the built-in support systems are lacking. They learned when it makes sense to invest in a plan pre- or post-tax, how to actually invest your retirement money, and the value of compound interest.
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Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday: Bernstein reiterates Nvidia as outperform Bernstein said it's sticking with its outperform rating on the stock. " Argus upgrades Berkshire Hathaway to buy from hold Argus said it's getting bullish on shares of Warren Buffett's multinational conglomerate. UBS reiterates First Solar as buy UBS raised its price target on First Solar to $350 per share from $270. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America said it's bullish on top pick Apple and its entry into iPhones with AI. Bank of America reiterates Dell as buy Bank of America raised its price target on Dell to $180 per share from $130.
Persons: Bernstein, Berkshire Hathaway, Argus, it's, Fluence, LBRT, Jefferies, TD Cowen, Medpace, Cowen, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, Wells, Baird, MM120, Truist, Dell, Jack Hartung, Cindy Olsen Organizations: Nvidia, Argus, Warren, UBS, Citi, Liberty Energy, United Airlines, Airlines, American Airlines, " Bank of America, Apple, Bank of America, Netflix, Disney, RBC, Eldorado, Eldorado Gold, BTC, Citi downgrades Bank, JPMorgan, Mind, of America, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Dell, Field Locations: Berkshire, U.S, OFS, United, El Paso, Parks, F4Q, CAVA, Chicago
Telehealth company Ro on Wednesday launched a new tracker to help patients find a popular class of weight loss and diabetes drugs called GLP-1s amid shortages of those treatments in the U.S. The supply tracker could be a valuable tool for many Americans scrambling to get their hands on GLP-1s, such as Novo Nordisk 's weight loss injection Wegovy and diabetes drug Ozempic. The tracker aims to make GLP-1 supply information more transparent and accessible for everyone, regardless of whether they are enrolled in any of Ro's programs. The tracker is an interactive tool that gives people real-time supply information by drug, dose size and pharmacy location. He added that opening up the tracker to everyone also makes it more likely for both Ro patients and people not enrolled in the company's programs to access GLP-1s.
Persons: Ro, Eli Lilly, Zachariah Reitano, Reitano Organizations: Wednesday, U.S, Novo Nordisk, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, CNBC Locations: U.S
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailShareholders vote on Elon Musk'a pay package: Here's what's at stakeEric Talley, Columbia University professor of law, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest developments in the fight over Elon Musk's pay package at Tesla, what's at stake in today's shareholder vote, and more.
Persons: Eric Talley, what's Organizations: Elon, Columbia University, Tesla
Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. The stock market experienced a broad decline Wednesday as Club name Nvidia seesawed on either side of unchanged. Jim Cramer said the stock's move higher is "important because Apple should've been up [more] yesterday." As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER .
Persons: Jim Cramer, Dow, Apple should've, Abbott, Jim, Jim Cramer's, ABT Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, Nasdaq, Apple, Abbott Laboratories, Coterra Energy Locations: China, NVDA, CTRA
Daniel Dines, billionaire and co-founder of UiPath Inc., at the automation software company's offices in Bucharest, Romania, on Thursday, May 20, 2021. UiPath shares plunged more than 30% on Wednesday after the software company said CEO Rob Enslin is resigning effective June 1, and being replaced by co-founder Daniel Dines, who stepped down as co-CEO on Jan. 31. Dines co-founded UiPath in 2005 with Marius Tirca. The company makes software which automates repetitive and "menial" tasks, but its stock has suffered under Enslin's sole leadership. Shares are down 26% year-to-date, after the company debuted in one of the largest U.S. software IPOs ever in 2021.
Persons: Daniel Dines, Rob Enslin, UiPath, Enslin, Dines, Marius Tirca, — CNBC's Ari Levy Organizations: UiPath Inc Locations: Bucharest, Romania, U.S
When her daughter enrolls in kindergarten soon, Horrocks said she will return to the workforce but not to the high-stress position she held. Instead, given the luxury to pursue her passions, she's considering financial coaching or planning as options. "I think work is not the goal. She no longer needs to strive for the highest-paying or most prestigious position, and she's considered becoming a financial coach to help people achieve their financial goals. "Also, a lot of financial advisors don't have their client's best interests at heart and aren't wealthy themselves."
Persons: Sabina Horrocks, Horrocks, isn't hustles, Nobody's, We've, They've, we've, she's Organizations: Service, Business, Advisors Locations: Chicago
This article is part of "CXO AI Playbook" — straight talk from business leaders on how they're testing and using AI. AdvertisementFor "CXO AI Playbook," Business Insider takes a look at mini case studies about AI adoption across industries, company sizes, and technology DNA. We've asked each of the featured companies to tell us about the problems they're trying to solve with AI, who's making these decisions internally, and their vision for using AI in the future. Users capture more than 7 million games annually through the smartphone app, with more than 750,000 teams using the platform each year. The company is also planning to expand its engineering and product teams to bolster its AI competency.
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The documentary chronicles the rise and fall of the movie-ticket-subscription company MoviePass, and is based on award-winning reporting from Business Insider . The big storyRetirement mathGetty Images;Alyssa Powell/BIFor some millennials, the reality of their retirement plans is that they're a fantasy. AdvertisementIt's not the first time we've gotten troubling data about millennials' retirement plans. But it's not just a lack of savings working against millennials' plans of riding off into the retirement sunset. AdvertisementAnd if you're hoping for a Hail Mary in the form of a fat inheritance to jumpstart your retirement plans, that's not looking great either.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWe are entering an era where current smartphones without AI will look dumb, says BofA's Wamsi MohanWamsi Mohan, BofA Securities senior equity research analyst, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss what to expect from Apple's next launch event, how the new technology will differ from what's currently available, and if Apple will charge more for its AI services.
Persons: BofA's Wamsi Mohan Wamsi Mohan Organizations: BofA Securities, Apple
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBitcoin drops to $67,000 level, and Gemini returns more than $2 billion to users: CNBC Crypto WorldCNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today's show, James Davies, co-founder of Crypto Valley Exchange, explains why crypto winter was the right time to start his exchange and discusses what he's hearing from attendees at Consensus 2024.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAbercrombie & Fitch CEO: We're staying close to our costumers and really listening to their needsAbercrombie & Fitch CEO Fran Horowitz joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss what's showing acceleration in Abercrombie & Fitch's business, the company's marketing efforts, and more.
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However, the average millennial reported roughly $63,000 in retirement savings so far. While millennials will need more money to retire comfortably, many are far away from the savings milestone experts suggest. What's more, the future of the US Social Security system is uncertain, and longer expected lifespans — while a positive development — will require more retirement savings. How to figure out how much retirement savings you needTiffany Bell, a 36-year-old business management professional based in Houston, didn't always take retirement savings seriously. How millennials can get their retirement savings back on trackWhile some millennials are struggling financially, it's not all doom and gloom when it comes to their retirement prospects.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewHenrik Fisker had grim news for his staff when they logged on to a short all-hands meeting Wednesday morning. Related storiesAt least one Fisker employee took to the company's internal Microsoft Teams channel to criticize Henrik Fisker's comments, according to a screenshot viewed by Business Insider. The recent layoffs represent the latest in a series of cuts at Fisker, including a round last week. AdvertisementFisker has repeatedly warned over the past few months that the company may go out of business within the year.
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Apple and Nvidia, our two "own, don't trade" stocks were also the top performers among the entire 33 stock Club portfolio. When the Federal Reserve at some point removes its asset cap on Wells Fargo, Scharf said corporate lending and trading will be areas of growth for the bank. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
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