International Investor and Financial Strategist Matt Dennis: Mastering the Art of Bringing Ideas to Life

Matt Dennis Austin

Successful international investor Matt Dennis has built a notable career by understanding financial markets, honing strategic investment skills, and focusing on process-oriented approaches. Having spent over two decades with INVESCO, Dennis has navigated his career path from a Senior Portfolio Manager to the founder of his family investment venture, S5 Capital. In the process, he…

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Solar Investments to Surpass Oil Production in 2023, IEA Predicts

Global investment in solar energy is predicted to exceed oil production for the first time in 2023, attracting over $1 billion a day, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The report projects that total energy investment will reach approximately $2.8 trillion in 2023, with over $1.7 trillion invested in clean…

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Debt Limit Discussions Continue as U.S. Faces Credit Rating Watch

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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has expressed optimism that the White House and Republican negotiators can reach an agreement to prevent a potentially catastrophic default on U.S. debts. However, his optimism hasn’t reassured financial analysts, as the U.S. was recently placed under sovereign ratings watch. McCarthy, after a lengthy four-hour meeting with negotiators selected by President…

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Kenneth Yuan on How AI Tools Can Improve Online Classified Ad Copy

Kenneth Yuan

The online classifieds industry is on the cusp of a revolution, thanks to the pioneering work of software engineer Kenneth Yuan. Yuan is spearheading the integration of OpenAI’s ChatGPT into mobile applications, with a focus on creating more efficient and compelling ad copy for online classified listings. The Vision: Kenneth Yuan and ChatGPT Yuan, an…

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The Supreme Court Upholds Section 230, Protecting Social Media Giants

Supreme Court Section 230 ruling

Amid a flood of predictions and anticipations, the Supreme Court recently provided a decisive ruling on Twitter v. Taamneh and Gonzalez v. Google, two landmark cases that centered on tech giants’ responsibility—or lack thereof—for terrorist-related content hosted on their platforms. This ruling not only grants much-needed breathing room to Silicon Valley but also sets a…

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