Andreessen Horowitz launches $2.2 billion crypto fund and is ‘radically optimistic’ despite price fluctuations – CNBC

Andreessen Horowitz is launching a multibillion-dollar fund to invest in a volatile ecosystem it's betting will be as influential as the internet.

Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Eli Lilly, Accenture, Rite Aid & more – CNBC

The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include Eli Lilly, Accenture, Rite Aid, and more.

Nasdaq 100 futures scale new peak ahead of jobless claims data – Reuters

Nasdaq 100 futures hit a record high on Thursday as shares of Tesla and other top-shelf technology companies rose, while investors awaited weekly jobless claims data and tracked progress in President Joe Biden's infrastructure package.

Bank of England holds policy steady, hints at inflation concerns – CNBC

The Bank of England on Thursday kept its monetary policy unchanged, but vowed to monitor rising inflation as the U.K. economy emerges from its Covid-induced slump.

Visa to buy Swedish fintech Tink for $2.2 billion – Reuters

Visa Inc (V.N) said on Thursday it had agreed a 1.8 billion euro ($2.2 billion) takeover of European open banking platform Tink, months after it ditched a planned acquisition of the startup's U.S. rival Plaid.

The Great Resignation: Why Millions of Workers Are Quitting Their Jobs – NPR

People are leaving their jobs in search of more money, more flexibility and more happiness. A record 4 million workers quit just in April.

Elon Musk says Starlink will go public when its cash flow is more predictable – CNBC

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said he will only publicly list satellite broadband service Starlink when its cash flow is more predictable.

US stocks trading at near all-time highs prior to Thursday’s opening – Fox Business

U.S. equity futures are trading higher early Thursday morning with major indexes trading near all-time highs as investors are parsing signals about the path of the economy and the intentions of the Federal Reserve as they consider how much more of a rally may…

Visa to buy Swedish fintech Tink for $2.1 billion after abandoning Plaid takeover – CNBC

Visa has agreed to acquire Swedish financial technology start-up Tink for 1.8 billion euros ($2.1 billion).

Google, Facebook Pressure Falls Short as Antitrust Measures Advance in House Committee – The Wall Street Journal

Tech companies to take the battle over the proposed new regulations and oversight to the House floor and Senate