Happy Friday, everyone. Ending the week, we look at the slowdown of GDP growth amid strong consumer spending. SoftBank announces its mega fund for investing in companies developing artificial intelligence. The highly anticipated Apple/Goldman Sachs credit card is expected to launch in the coming weeks. We’ve all gotten annoying robo-calls, but now new legislation aims to impose tougher penalties on those scammers making those unwanted calls. And we take a look back at The Muppet Movie, 40 years after its release.
Growth decelerated in the second quarter, but not by as much as Wall Street thought, as tariffs and a global slowdown weighed on the U.S. economy, the Commerce Department reported Friday.
SoftBank on Friday announced its second mega fund to invest into technology companies developing artificial intelligence technologies around the world.
Apple and Goldman Sachs’s hotly anticipated new credit card is now just weeks away from launch, according to a person familiar with the companies.
The House on Wednesday took a major step toward cracking down on illegal robocalls by passing legislation allowing for tougher penalties against the scammers who generate billions of unwanted calls each year.
The Muppet Movie is 40 now. And I could tell you that this makes me feel old, but it doesn’t. It oddly makes me feel just right. The music has been with me from when I was little until right now, and I can still listen to it and discover new things. How could you not? It has “Rainbow Connection” in it.