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Salesforce, Informatica Stocks and Shares Decreased Amidst Acquisition Rumors
Salesforce and Informatica's stocks and shares dropped amidst acquisition rumors. Will Salesforce acquire Informatica?
SAG-AFTRA, UMG, Other Major Labels To Protect Music Industry From AI—What To Know About New Anti-AI Deal
SAG-AFTRA, UMG, and other major labels decided to have a new deal to protect the music industry from AI.
JPMorgan Recruits Healthcare Banker From Deutsche Bank for Pharma Investment Team
JPMorgan Chase & Co. appoints Christopher Dass, a seasoned healthcare banker from Deutsche Bank AG, as managing director of their pharma-tech and pharma-services companies.
Wall Street Expresses Concerns Over Reddit's High User Growth But Low Share Value
Wall Street brokerages express doubts about Reddit's user growth which would reach 109 million users by 2026 as Reddit's shares fall below debut price.
Hong Kong Regulators Will Now Allow Bitcoin and Ether ETFs Amid Growing Crypto Adoption
Hong Kong's financial regulators have approved the launch of bitcoin and ether exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as part of their goal to become a 'crypto hub' in Asia.
Elon Musk's SpaceX Project in South Texas Met With Lawsuit to Protect the Tribal Land
South Texas groups file a lawsuit against the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to stop Elon Musk's SpaceX land swap, citing cultural and environmental concerns.
Tesla Stock Plummets Following Elon Musk's Memo Announcing 10% Global Workforce Layoff
Elon Musk's announcement of layoffs exceeding 10% of Tesla's workforce led to a 1.20% decline in the company's stock during premarket trading, with investors expressing concerns over the decision's im
OJ Simpson's Last Will and Testament: Executor Vows To Do Everything To Ensure That Murder Victims' Families Will Get 'Zero'
OJ Simpson had a substantial debt of over $100 million to the families of murder victims Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown at the time of his passing, but his lawyer openly expressed his desire for them to
Samsung Dethrones Apple as Top Smartphone Maker in the First Quarter of 2024
Samsung has regained its position as the leading smartphone seller, overtaking Apple in the first quarter of 2024, amid a nearly 10% global decline in iPhone shipments and rising Chinese competition.
Tax Day 2024: What To Do If You Failed To Pay Your Taxes on the Deadline?
As Tax Day arrives, the IRS has informed taxpayers that they have other options available if they are unable to meet the deadline for paying their taxes.
Innocent Female Uber Driver, 61, Shot Dead by 81-Year-Old Ohio Man Who Was Targeted by Scammers
A man in his 80s has been detained by Ohio authorities on suspicion of killing an Uber driver while both were the focus of a "scam call."
Indian Firms Exporting to the Middle East See Their Shares Plummet After Iran's Recent Attacks on Israel
India's tea and rice exporters to the Middle East saw their stock values collapse on worries of logistical issues and higher costs due to geopolitical tensions.
OpenAI Opens Tokyo Office, Marking Its Entry Into Asian Market
AI startup OpenAI opened its first Asia headquarters in Tokyo to attract Japanese customers and boost revenue.
UK: Record-Breaking Surge in Weather Damage Claims Leaves Home Insurers Reeling With £573 Million in Losses
Industry records show that storms and extreme rain caused a record £573 million ($715 million) in UK home insurance claims last year.
Joe Biden Approval Rating for His Handling of the Economy Is Rising, New Poll Shows
The approval rating of President Joe Biden regarding his handling of the economy is experiencing a surge among American voters, a new poll shows.
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