Monday, May 20, 2024

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Australia’s leading telco, Telstra, punished due to indigenous agreements

The biggest telecommunication firm of Australia is having a fifty million dollars fine due to its trade of mobile agreements to vulnerable indigenous patrons. The charges link to one-hundred-and-eight clients who paid for agreements they could neither recognize nor afford....

U.S. stock market futures advanced Sunday after Biden victory

On Sunday, the United States stocks futures updated as people (especially investors) acquired a chance to react to the estimates of Biden’s presidential success. Dow futures rose last time around 1.2 percent or 349 points, S&P was elevated around 1.5...

Bugatti introduced its lightest hypercar having ability to top 300 miles/hour

On Wednesday, Bugatti uncovered an 1,800 horsepower hyper-car that is even less practical than its other powerful multimillion-dollar worth two-seaters, which the brand normally manufactures. The name ‘Bugatti Bolide’ came from French slang, which means ‘very fast car,’ and it’s...

Keith Raniere, Nxivm’s founder, sentenced to 120 years in prison

Keith Raniere, Nxivm company's founder, has been punished for 120 years in jail. In Brooklyn federal court, Nicholas Garaufis (United States district judge) read the sentence, when above a dozen people provided victim impact declarations at his hearing. JUST IN:...

Jack Ma’s Ant Group bring off world’s largest share sale

Ant Group of Jack Ma has just fetched the major stock sale in history and marking a significant victory for the Chinese tech giant and the country's share market. On Monday, regulatory filings released which say that the tech firm...

Chinese Gigafactory of Tesla to play a significant role in its global template

Tesla has started manufacturing vehicles in China around a year ago to boost its appearance in the biggest auto market in the world. At this time, the nation is nearly to become an even more serious part of its...

UK fashion group to experience 24,000 job losses amid COVID-19

Edinburgh Woollen Mill’s owner, the popular Scottish brand that manufactures cashmere sweaters and Harris Tweed, has shown a threat of a significant number of job reductions because the brand tries to save the business from downfall. Edinburgh Woollen Mill, owned...

Stocks slip amid Trump’s positive Coronavirus test

Previous jobs report before the election was considered to be one of the significant market-moving news on Friday. But President Donald Trump's shocking declaration that he and Melania Trump, the First Lady, have tested positive for Coronavirus altered the...

JPMorgan Chase to give 920 million USD to fix trading misconduct allegations

On Tuesday, JPMorgan Chase, an American multinational investment bank, approved to pay a record 920 million USD to fix charges that it engaged in manipulative trades for the upcoming days that linked to Treasury bonds and precious metals. JPMorgan Chase,...

Trevor Milton resigned as chairman in conflict with short seller

Trevor Milton (Nikola founder) has slipped as an executive chairman when a short seller alleged Trevor Milton and the electric and hydrogen truck startup of misleading investors and overstating the worth of a business agreement. Nikola founder Trevor Milton has...

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It Would Be a Mistake For Israel To Occupy Gaza – President Biden

The United States officials claim that President Biden said the occupation of Gaza by Israeli forces would not be...