Thomas Barrabi

Coinbase slows hiring as crypto market implodes

Coinbase is dialing back on its aggressive hiring plans – a change that comes as the embattled crypto trading platform contends with a steep downturn in the market and a sharp plunge in the price of bitcoin. Coinbase COO Emilie Choi disclosed the hiring slowdown in a message to staffers – revealing the firm would […]Read More

Moderna CFO Jorge Gomez exits after one day as old

Moderna’s new financial chief left the COVID-19 vaccine maker after just one day on the job as his old employer revealed it had launched an internal probe of its bookkeeping. Moderna chief financial officer Jorge Gomez’s brief tenure at the company ended Tuesday — within a day of dental equipment maker Dentsply Sirona’s disclosure of […]Read More

US gas prices back near record highs, hammering motorists

US motorists gearing up for their warm weather road trips are set to encounter fresh record high gas prices this week as inflation continues to hammer household budgets. The national average price of a gallon of gas was $4.328 as of Monday afternoon, according to AAA data. That price was up about 20 cents compared […]Read More

CNN fact checker slams Biden’s claim that he reduced federal

CNN’s fact checker Daniel Dale pushed back on President Biden’s recent claim that his policies had helped to reduce the federal deficit – revealing that one expert told him that the Democrat’s assertion was “almost bizarro world” in its misrepresentation of the situation. “Let me remind you again: I reduced the federal deficit,” Biden said […]Read More

Airbnb CEO: Full-time office work is ‘over’

Airbnb boss Brian Chesky is doubling down on his view that traditional full-time office jobs are an outdated notion — arguing in a recent interview that onsite work is “from a pre-digital age” that no longer makes sense for many career paths. Chesky’s remarks came just days after Airbnb informed its current workers that they […]Read More

Bitcoin sinks below $33K to lowest price since July 2021

The price of bitcoin plunged below $33,000 on Monday – a downturn that has coincided with a sustained losing streak for US stocks as the market brace for the possibility of a recession. Bitcoin was down about 5% to approximately $32,934 as of 9 a.m. ET, according to Coinbase data. The price fell to its […]Read More