Espionage Charge Adds Hurdle to Freeing a Reporter Detained in Russia
The Biden administration recently secured the release of two Americans convicted of criminal charges in Russia, but even fabricated charges…Read More »
The ChatGPT King Isn’t Worried, but He Knows You Might Be
I first met Sam Altman in the summer of 2019, days after Microsoft agreed to invest $1 billion in his…Read More »
Social Security and Medicare Funds Still Face Long-Term Shortfalls, Report Says
Slower economic growth could mean some retirement benefits will be cut sooner than originally forecast.Read More »
UBS Brings Back Former C.E.O. to Face ‘New Challenges’ of Credit Suisse Takeover
Sergio Ermotti, who stepped down from UBS in 2020, will rejoin the Swiss banking giant as it prepares to absorb…Read More »
How ChatGPT and Bard Performed as My Executive Assistants
Google’s Bard chatbot fared far worse than OpenAI’s ChatGPT, but human assistants might soon be out of their jobs.Read More »
Macy’s Announces a Coming Leadership Change
Tony Spring, who runs Bloomingdale’s, will replace Jeff Gennette as C.E.O. in February. Mr. Gennette has led the chain since…Read More »
Congress grilled regulators on their actions before and after the failures.
Top officials from the Federal Reserve, the Treasury and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on Tuesday defended their response to…Read More »
He Wanted to Unclog Cities. Now He’s ‘Public Enemy No. 1’
Researchers like Carlos Moreno, the professor behind a popular urban planning concept, are struggling with conspiracy theories and death threats.Read More »
A Campaign Aide Didn’t Write That Email. A.I. Did.
The Democratic Party has begun testing the use of artificial intelligence to write first drafts of some fund-raising messages, appeals that often…Read More »
How Far Can Regulators Go to Protect Uninsured Deposits?
A decision by federal regulators to ensure that depositors at Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank did not lose money…Read More »