How Ex-SpaceX Engineers Are Fueling The Space Race With Firefly

The rocket business is heating up and one startup has grand ambitions of following SpaceX to orbit. With a team comprised of industry veterans, Firefly Aerospace wants to be a dominant launch provider in the growing small satellite market. While…

Inside Intel’s Bold $26 Billion U.S. Plan To Regain Chip Dominance

Inside Intel’s Bold $26 Billion U.S. Plan To Regain Chip Dominance

For decades, Intel was the leading maker of the world’s most advanced chips. Intel’s history is interwoven with that of Silicon Valley, credited with the invention of RAM and microprocessors, the building blocks of modern computing. Now Intel has fallen…

How The AMC Apes Cracked Wall Street

How The AMC Apes Cracked Wall Street

The more than 100-year-old movie theater chain, AMC Entertainment, has been on a wild ride this year after losing $4.6 billion dollars in revenue in 2020. The pandemic pushed the company to the brink of bankruptcy, but in October 2021…

How BioNTech Used Cancer Research To Create Its Covid Vaccine

How BioNTech Used Cancer Research To Create Its Covid Vaccine

Over a month and a half before the World Health Organization officially declared a pandemic, BioNTech CEO Uğur Şahin met with his wife, BioNTech’s co-founder and chief medical officer Özlem Türeci, and together they agreed to redirect most of the…

Secretive Giant TSMC’s $100 Billion Plan To Fix The Chip Shortage

Secretive Giant TSMC’s $100 Billion Plan To Fix The Chip Shortage

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company makes 24% of all the world’s chips, and 92% of the most advanced ones found in today’s iPhones, fighter jets and supercomputers. Now TSMC is building America’s first 5-nanometer fabrication plant, hoping to reverse a decades-long…

Is The Steel Bubble About To Pop?

Is The Steel Bubble About To Pop?

Steel is essential. It’s in everything from dishwashers to cars. Since the start of the pandemic, steel prices have spiked 300% over pre-pandemic levels, pricing over $1,900 at one point. Some worry it’s a bubble that’s about to burst. Watch…

Why Internet Access Is Slow And Costly In The U.S.

Why Internet Access Is Slow And Costly In The U.S.

People in the U.S. frequently pay more for slower internet service than people abroad, according to a report from the Open Technology Institute. Lawmakers in Washington are attempting to address the high price of internet service, as well as the…

Why Tesla Solar Hasn’t Worked Out The Way Elon Musk Promised

Why Tesla Solar Hasn’t Worked Out The Way Elon Musk Promised

It’s been five years since Tesla acquired SolarCity for about $2.6 billion. The deal was immediately controversial with some shareholders suing Elon Musk. But fans looked forward to charging their Tesla electric vehicles on sunshine. CNBC interviewed industry experts and…

How to handle your investments amid debt ceiling uncertainty

How to handle your investments amid debt ceiling uncertainty

President Biden signed a bill to fund the government through December 3. But that doesn’t solve the issue of the debt ceiling, which Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says needs to be raised by October 18. CBS News business analyst Jill…

Why There’s No Bill Gates-Funded Microchip In The Covid Vaccine

Why There’s No Bill Gates-Funded Microchip In The Covid Vaccine

Among the conspiracy theories circulating about the pandemic, one claim is that Covid-19 vaccines contain microchips that the government or global elites like Bill Gates would use to track citizens. Despite viral TikTok videos and hoaxes claiming the chips make…