How India is trying to transform itself into a semiconductor power

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has sought to boost the country’s chip-making prowess. Sharma money | AFP | Getty Images Analysts say India could play a big role in the semiconductor industry, as the world’s fifth-largest economy looks to boost its domestic chip sector. Along with other countries such as the United States, India … Read more

Google CEO Pichai answers questions about cost cuts at All Hands Meeting

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai points during a session at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, on January 22, 2020. Fabrice Cofferini | AFP | Getty Images as such The Google Trying to navigate an unfamiliar environment of slowing growth, cutting costs and opposing employees about cultural changes, CEO Sundar Pichai … Read more

Semiconductor alliances between the United States and Asia can hold back China

Analysts told CNBC that leading chip makers, including the United States, are forming alliances, in part to secure the semiconductor supply chain and prevent China from being up-to-date. Places like the United States, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, which have strong semiconductor industries, have sought partnerships around biotechnology. “The direct cause of all of this … Read more

Opinion: Israel shows the world how to conserve water

Editor’s note: Seth M. Siegel is the author of “Let there be water: Israel’s solution to a water-scarce world” And the “Troubled Water: What’s Wrong With What We Drink. He is currently the Head of Sustainability at N-drip, a company that developed technology to save water for agricultural use. The opinions expressed in this comment … Read more

Pre-market stock: The Fed is fighting inflation. Could deflation be her next battle?

A version of this story first appeared in the CNN Business “Before the Bell” newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can register over here. You can listen to an audio version of the newsletter by clicking on the same link. New York CNN Business – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has a huge problem, and he … Read more

How to set up guest mode on your Android phone

While you may not have realized it, your Android phone can support multiple user accounts in the same way that Windows and macOS support — and while you probably don’t share your smartphone with a very large number of people day in and day out, there is an advantage Guest mode available which may come … Read more

Where Walmart, Amazon and Target Spend Billions in a Slowing Economy

A Walmart employee loads a robotic warehouse tool into an empty cart to be filled with an online customer order at the small Walmart Fulfillment Center in Salem, Massachusetts on January 8, 2020. Boston Globe | Boston Globe | Getty Images When the economy slows, the classic response for consumer firms is to scale back: … Read more

Elon Musk predicts a terrible economy

Inflation is by far the word of 2022. The prices of soaring goods and services have reached their highest levels in 40 years, which greatly affects the purchasing power of households. To relieve consumers, the Federal Reserve embarked on aggressive behavior monetary policycharacterized by a sharp rise in interest rates. Economists warn that this monetary … Read more

Biden issues another vague call for ‘reform’ Section 230

President Joe Biden speaks before boarding Air Force One at Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio, Friday, September 9, 2022, after attending the opening of Intel’s new computer chip facility in New Albany, Ohio.picture: Manuel Palcy Cineta (AP) Since taking over the White House in November 2020, President Joe Biden has made repeated calls to … Read more

Big tech stocks are still very expensive. What does that mean for the market?

font size Nvidia stocks are trading at an average forward earnings multiple of about 38 times. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images Big tech stocks are still very expensive, despite the downturns this year. This is the key Standard & Poor’s 500. Now, giants – apple (Stock ticker: AAPL) and the alphabet (GOOGL) Two examples – … Read more