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Bud Light Boycott Over Transgender Ambassador Cost Anheuser-Busch InBev Over $1 Billion Loss
The $1.4 billion potential sales loss for the World's biggest brewery was compounded by a nearly 7% drop in sales in Hong Kong and further declines in China for its Asia business.
Biden Pumps $9.8 Billion into Public Transit, Propelling Infrastructure Expansion
President Biden injects $9.8B into public transit, boosting connectivity and sustainability. Largest funding in U.S. history addresses immediate needs and fosters long-term infrastructure goals.
TRVE Brewing Relocates Production Amid Craft Beer Industry Shifts
Denver-based TRVE Brewing has announced the closure of its Acid Temple facility amid industry challenges post-COVID-19 pandemic.
Putin's Nuclear War Warning Sparks Alarm Amid Escalating US-Russia Tensions Over Ukraine Crisis
Putin's nuclear warning amid Ukraine crisis sparks global alarm. Escalating tensions prompts fears of catastrophic conflict, scrutiny of Russia's capabilities, and economic strain.
India Approves $15.2 Billion Investment in Semiconductor Plants, Including Tata Group's Chipmaking Facility
The $15.2 billion investment in semiconductor plants, including Tata Group's $11 billion chip facility, will be part of India's tech advancement push and reduce import dependency.
Texas Challenges Federal Government on Immigration Policy as Biden, Trump Head to Border
Texas engages in a legal battle with the federal government over border policies, asserting state authority amidst rising tensions.
US Inflation Inches Up in January, Marking Smallest Annual Increase in Three Years
The Federal Reserve may decrease interest rates in June following the lowest annual gain in over three years in the United States.
OpenAI Faces SEC Investigation After CEO Sam Altman Allegedly Misled Investors
According to US regulators, they will be investigating internal communications to see if OpenAI's CEO, Sam Altman, potentially deceived investors.
Disney Announces $8.5 Billion Mega-Merger With Reliance, Igniting Streaming Wars and Cricket Frenzy in India
Backed by a $1.4 billion investment from Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, Disney will likely end at the top of highest streaming profitability by 2024.
Thai Government Launches Cloud Seeding Initiative To Address Climate Concerns
The cloud seeding program will deploy 30 aircraft across its 77 provinces as part of its annual royal rainmaking initiative to combat severe drought and escalating air pollution.
GSK Settles California Lawsuit Over Zantac Cancer Allegations, Avoids Trial
GSK resolves California lawsuit over Zantac cancer claims in a confidential settlement, avoiding trial amid ongoing legal battles.
Water Shortage Is Potential Price-Hiker for Chipmakers: Here’s Why
Reportedly, semiconductor businesses may confront water shortages as chip production technology advances.
LockBit Hackers Set a Ransom Deadline to Release Donald Trump Documents From Georgia Case
Hacking group LockBit has issued a ransom demand to prevent the release of documents related to the criminal case against former President Donald Trump in Georgia.
Hunter Biden Exposes Republicans' Indifference, Double Standard on Jared Kushner’s Foreign Business Dealings
House Republicans grilled President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, about his foreign business dealings during his closed-door deposition on Wednesday.
After Celebrating 70th Birthday, Oprah Winfrey Resigns From WeightWatchers Board, Triggering 25% Shares Decline,
Despite her departure from the board, Winfrey vows to continue advocating for health equity and plans to donate her financial interest to the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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