Intel’s New CEO Pat Gelsinger Has a Tough Task Ahead. What It Means for the Stock

Intel’s New CEO Pat Gelsinger Has a Tough Task Ahead. What It Means for the Stock

Text size Pat Gelsinger will become Intel’s new CEO on Feb. 15. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg Just over twenty years ago, Pat Gelsinger became Intel’s first-ever chief technology officer. The engineer earned the distinction after leading the design of the groundbreaking 486 computer processor and winning the respect of chief executive Andy Grove, who mentored him … Read more

Trump ally Mike Lindell of MyPillow pushes martial law at White House

Trump ally Mike Lindell of MyPillow pushes martial law at White House

The Conversation A white supremacist coup succeeded in 1898 North Carolina, led by lying politicians and racist newspapers that amplified their lies Armed white insurrectionists murdered Black men and burned Black businesses, including this newspaper office, during the Wilmington coup of 1898. Daily Record, North Carolina Archives and HistoryWhile experts debate whether the U.S. Capitol … Read more

Republicans in Congress are starting to oppose Biden’s $1.9 trillion economic rescue package, dampening odds of smooth passage for new stimulus checks

A former Obama official says the Biden administration has its work cut out for it to fix refugee resettlement and asylum

Joe Raedle/Getty Images Republicans in Congress started criticizing the Biden rescue plan on Friday. They railed against provisions to send stimulus checks and warned of a rising national debt. “Blasting out another $2 trillion in borrowed or printed money.. would be a colossal waste and economically harmful,” Sen. Pat Toomey said. Many economists favor more … Read more