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Powell Slows Interest Rate Hikes

November 30, 2022
The context
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell announced that the Fed will continue to raise interest rates to fight inflation but that the hikes will be in smaller increments until they hit the 2 percent annual target. After Powell's announcement, the Dow jumped 300 points, and the S&P rebounded after a three-day losing streak.
Powell Slows Interest Rate Hikes

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June 8, 2022

This Week In Technology June 2nd

This week, the COO of Meta, Sheryl Sandberg, is stepping down, Elon Musk demanded employees return to the office, and Clearview AI got some bad news.
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COO No More

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This Week in Entertainment

The defamation trial of actress Amber Heard and actor Johnny Depp raged on and singer Eric Clapton’s European tour is on hold.

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Clapton on Hold

May 18th, 2022

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The context
The producers of the film "Rust" named Bianca Cline as its cinematographer. The documentary will cover the death of the film's cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during production when a prop gun held by lead actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired with a live round.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Rust Documentary Is Moving Full Speed Ahead

The context
The producers of the film "Rust" named Bianca Cline as its cinematographer. The documentary will cover the death of the film's cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during production when a prop gun held by lead actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired with a live round.
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Green light for Rust documentary

  • The producers of the film “Rust” announced that they had found a cinematographer to continue the production of the film after it was halted when the former cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed in an on-set accident.
  • The producers announced in October that the film would be completed in Hutchins’ honor and that a documentary would be made about the completion of the film.
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Meta is reportedly planning a new round of layoffs that are expected to happen sometime in March.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Meta May Be Planning Further Layoffs

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Meta is reportedly planning a new round of layoffs that are expected to happen sometime in March.
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Here we go again

  • Meta is preparing for a new round of job cuts that are expected to take place in March and will affect an unknown number of people.
  • In November, Meta laid off about 13% of its workforce.
  • Meta is one of the few tech companies to expand on earlier layoffs from 2022, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised that 2023 will be a year of "efficiency."
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The context
January inflation was higher than expected, sparking fears that the Federal Reserve may enact further interest rate hikes.
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January inflation was higher than expected, sparking fears that the Federal Reserve may enact further interest rate hikes.
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Higher than expected

  • Consumer prices rose 0.5% in January, according to the Labor Department’s consumer price index, which was higher than experts expected.
  • The Federal Reserve may issue a more aggressive hike in the coming months to slow inflation.
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