Instacart Cuts Staff, Curbs Hiring Before IPO

Today's News

Today's headlines cover a wide range of topics, from Instacart cutting staff before its IPO to the increasing cost of dining out. Here's a look at the day's top stories.


  • Instacart cuts staff and curbs hiring before IPO
  • Newsom vetoes 'premature' crypto oversight bill for California
  • The MIPS ThinkPad, kind of
  • Week in review: September 25, 2022
  • Roger Waters hits back after Poland concert cancelations over Ukraine war comments
  • How Elon Musk dominates everyday conversations and social-media feeds of his Indian fans
  • Nvidia GPU prices tumble with RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 Ti falling fast
  • Dining out will cost more; rising inflation: CBC's Marketplace cheat sheet
  • ‘It’s not priced in’—crypto braced for $300 million game-changer as the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, BNB, XRP, Solana, Cardano and Dogecoin swing
  • James Turk brings sound money principles to a new generation
  • Morgan Stanley is right, Air Products and Chemicals is a top dividend stock
  • John Paulson on frothy US housing market: this time is different
  • Review: Morgan Wallen in L.A.: a country superstar, live and apparently un-canceled
  • Week in review: Revolut data breach, ManageEngine RCE flaw, free Linux security training courses
  • How crypto sectors are trading through the dollar strength 'tsunami'
  • Next to Nice: a tale of two Slovenian cryptocurrency sponsorships
  • Top 4 blockchain trends shaping business in 2022
  • 1M Aussies will enter crypto over the next 12 months — Swyftx survey
  • What is scalping in crypto, and how does scalp trading work?
  • MiCA is already stifling stablecoin adoption in the EU
  • LUNC investors react to CZ's 1.2% trading tax recommendation on Binance
  • Bitcoin risks worst weekly close since 2020 as BTC price dices with $19K
  • 5 altcoins that could turn bullish if Bitcoin price stabilizes
  • Glassnode: Bitcoin is currently in “bear to bull” transition period