Jack Dorsey steps down from Twitter board: report – Fox Business

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has stepped down from the company’s board of directors effective Wednesday, amid Tesla CEO Elon Musk's acquisition of the platform.

Customers charged repeatedly days later after single grocery purchase – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Moments later, she got a notification on her banking app that her card was charged $139.48 again and again. It quickly totaled $1,000.

Several food companies pull products linked to Jif peanut butter recall – CNN

Food companies across the US are recalling products in the wake of a Jif peanut butter recall over Salmonella contamination concerns. Among them:

Chinese Premier Says Economy Worse Off in Some Ways Than 2020 – Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said the nation is facing a hit to its economy which is worse to a "certain extent" than 2020 when the pandemic surfaced, and need...

Baristas at two Chicago Starbucks become the city’s first to unionize – Chicago Tribune

The votes at stores in Chicago's Edgewater and Edgewater Beach neighborhoods make those employees the first Starbucks workers in the city to unionize.

Asia-Pacific stocks mixed as U.S. Fed minutes point to more rate hikes ahead – CNBC

U.S. Fed minutes released Wednesday showed officials are prepared to move ahead with several 50 basis points interest rate hikes.

Nvidia Stock Sank in After-Hours Trading Today — Here’s Why the Stock Could Be a Solid Buy – The Motley Fool

The semiconductor titan is dealing with some near-term macroeconomic challenges, but its long-term future remains bright.