The hiring push comes as businesses are looking for labor in an increasingly tight market.
Elon Musk's decision to stop Tesla from accepting bitcoin as payment has led to fresh scrutiny of the cryptocurrency's environmental impact.
McDonald's is raising the hourly wages for its U.S. company-owned restaurants as the fast-food chain looks to hire 10,000 workers for those locations.
The city is joining a handful of states that already have launched such auto-IRA arrangements or are close to doing so.
Shoppers will be able to use the technology to try on clothing from Walmart's private labels or national brands it carries and get opinions from friends.
Ford is calling its new remote update capability "Power-Up," highlighting the ability for the company to enhance and upgrade a vehicle well into its lifecycle.
The blue-chip Dow is slated to extend Wednesday's steep losses. The cryptocurrency market tumbled after Tesla halted car purchases with bitcoin.
"I want to create an ecosystem... where we would have multiple companies going for IPOs," Masa Son said of the Vision Fund.
U.S. Treasury yields retreated on Thursday morning, though the 10-year rate held above 1.68%, following a higher-than-expected inflation print.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Tesla would suspend car purchases using bitcoin, wiping off billions of dollars of value from the cryptocurrency market.