IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
SKIP TO CONTENT
NBC News Logo
NBC News Tipline
Culture & trends
Share & Save —
Create your free profile
Meet the Press
Culture & Trends
Tech & Media
NBC Asian America
Meet the Press
NBC News Now
More From NBC
NEXT STEPS FOR VETS
NBC News Site Map
Follow NBC News
There are no new alerts at this time
NBC News NOW
NBC News Tipline
Culture & trends
Leila Register / NBC News; Getty Images
Why George Santos' Cameo debut makes perfect sense
Tyler Sizemore / AP
Elon Musk restores X account of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
John Moore / Getty Images file
Blue-collar hiring and pay gains stay hot in a cooling job market
LATEST BUSINESS NEWS
Kobi Wolf / Bloomberg via Getty Images file
A troubling theory about traders profiting from Hamas' attack on Israel drew much attention. Why it may not be so simple.
Bing Guan / Bloomberg via Getty Images
Americans are starting to feel better about the economy and inflation
Angus Mordant / Bloomberg via Getty Images
The U.S. added 199,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell to 3.7%
Mike Carlson / Getty Images
Ex-employee charged with stealing $22M from Jacksonville Jaguars for luxury shopping spree
TOP STORIES ON NBC NEWS
Alex Brandon / AP file
Trump heads into Iowa caucuses with over 50% support, expanding lead over GOP rivals
Mohammed Abed / AFP - Getty Images
Hunger, thirst and chaos in southern Gaza as hostilities drive humanitarian aid to the brink of collapse
Mark Schiefelbein / AP
Rep. Elise Stefanik on University of Pennsylvania president’s resignation: ‘One down, two to go’
Seth Wenig / AP Pool
In a reversal, Donald Trump says he won't testify in his own defense in New York fraud trial
Streaming bundles points to future of subscription services
Why your Christmas tree might cost more this year
19 deaths involving alleged carbon monoxide poisoning at Airbnbs since 2013: NBC News investigation
Elon Musk speaks out amid backlash over X post
MORE FROM BUSINESS
Housing market may be thawing as rates dip and listings inch higher
Mortgage rates are down and new listings are up in an early sign that homes might become more affordable to buyers.
CosMc's: McDonald's finally reveals menu, details about spinoff restaurant
McDonald’s universe is expanding with a space-themed, beverage-focused restaurant concept.
Jane.com's collapse just before Black Friday left sellers scrambling and owed millions
People who built businesses on the platform say they feel betrayed by the website.
Wall Street CEOs say proposed banking rules would hurt small businesses, low-income Americans
Banking executives want to dull the impact of the new rules, which would affect all U.S. banks with at least $100 billion in assets.
McDonald's aims to open nearly 9,000 restaurants, add 100 million loyalty members by 2027
By 2027, McDonald’s wants a global footprint of 50,000 locations. The chain had 41,198 restaurants worldwide as of Sept. 30.
Senators launch bipartisan probe of private equity's growing role in U.S. health care
“When it comes to our nation’s hospitals, a business model that prioritizes profits over patient care and safety is unacceptable,” said Sen. Chuck Grassley.
Rising car crash deaths could force companies to rethink stunt driving in commercials
Car crash deaths surged 27% over the 10 years ending in 2021. Experts are considering everything from new technology to changes in advertising to stop it.
L.A. poultry firm hired kids as young as 14 to work with sharp knives, Labor Dept. says
Workers allegedly told investigators that minors who worked at the company were hidden in closets and bathrooms when investigators arrived.
Swiss bank will pay $122.9 million after helping U.S. citizens hide billions in assets
Banque Pictet is paying back taxes, returning fees and paying a penalty after hiding $5.6 billion in clients' assets in 1,637 Swiss bank accounts.
Supreme Court questions opioid liability protections for Sackler family
The Biden administration is questioning a bankruptcy plan that lets the Sackler family avoid future lawsuits related to the opioid epidemic.
There's a gap between AI talk and businesses actually using it
Major companies can’t stop talking about artificial intelligence tools, but few businesses report using them.
Latest on NBC News
'This has been the missing piece': Nikki Haley backers race to boost her Iowa ground game
India’s Supreme Court upholds decision to remove Kashmir’s special status
Iowa man arrested in the stabbing death of a Nebraska priest
Gaza's health system is 'collapsing' and battles are intensifying in the south
U.S. F-16 crashes off the coast of South Korea
In inaugural speech, Argentina’s Javier Milei prepares nation for painful shock adjustment
Person of interest in killing of Detroit synagogue leader is in police custody
Hong Kong ‘patriots only’ election falls flat with record low turnout
Attack on elderly Jewish couple near Beverly Hills synagogue investigated as hate crime
Massive 52-foot fin whale washes up on San Diego beach
Bronny James returns to the court for first time after cardiac arrest in July
Zelenskyy will meet with Biden as White House intensifies efforts to strike a deal on foreign aid
Frank Wycheck, Tennessee Titans 'Music City Miracle' hero, dies at 52
Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘The Boy and the Heron’ opens to record-breaking $12.8 million
Northeast bracing for major storms Sunday
Man arrested in slaying of 16-year-old cheerleader found dead in bathtub of Texas apartment
King Charles selects coronation photo for Christmas card
Minneapolis store clerk killed after being impaled by golf club
U.S. military space plane launch atop SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket delayed to Monday
GOP Sen. Mitt Romney doesn’t rule out voting for Biden, says Trump has ‘authoritarian’ interests