China Slams US Probe Targeting Beijing's Logistic, Maritime, and Shipbuilding Industry
A spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) said the US petition against its maritime, logistics, and shipbuilding sectors is full of baseless allegations that impede trade and investment
Trump Media Provides Short-Selling Prevention Tips Following DJT Stock Price Decline
After a 63% decrease in DJT's share value, Trump Media has advised shareholders on protecting their stocks from short selling, with detailed instructions now available on their FAQ page.
Singaporean Companies 'Not Happy' With Flexi-Work Option; Considers Overseas Recruitment Instead
Singaporean companies struggle with the new mandate for flexible-work setups, prompting them to reassess hiring strategies by considering overseas recruitment.
Tech Giants Gear Up for Earnings Showdown; Investors Await if AI Strategies Turned Into Profits
Tech giants, including Apple, Microsoft, and Nvidia, are up for earnings showdown season, with Generative AI taking center stage as companies aim to translate AI investments into tangible profits.
Disneyland Cast Members Move One Step Closer to Unionizing as They File for Union Vote
Disneyland cast members who work in the shows, parades, and visitor meet-and-greets at the amusement park are getting closer to becoming a union.
Brazilian Woman Wheels Her Dead Uncle Into the Bank to Withdraw Loan in His Name
Police in Brazil arrested a woman suspected of bringing her dead uncle to a bank to withdraw a four-figure loan.
Missing Billionaire, Who Was Declared Dead in 2021, Is Believed to Be Alive and Living With His Mistress in Russia
A missing billionaire, who was declared dead in 2021, is suspected to be alive and living with his mistress in Russia.
Dali Ship Owner Asks Cargo Owners to Cover Salvage Costs After Deadly Baltimore Bridge Collapse
The owner of the enormous container ship Dali, which caused Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge to collapse last month, has started the process of making the owners of the cargo on board to pay some
Melania Trump Named Potential Witness in Donald Trump Hush Money Criminal Trial: Can She Be Forced to Take the Stand?
Can Melania Trump be forced to testify in the hush money criminal trial against her husband, former President Donald Trump? Here's what legal experts say.
Australia: March Employment Falls Short as Jobless Rate Continues to Climb
Australia's employment fell in March following a big surge in February, while the jobless rate rose.
Cisco Introduces New AI Security System Following $28 Billion Acquisition of Splunk
Cisco introduces a cutting-edge security system that harnesses the power of AI, following its acquisition of Splunk in a massive $28 billion agreement.
Donald Trump Is Eyeing Middle-Class Tax Cut Should He Take Down Joe Biden and Win Back the White House: Report
Former President Donald Trump is reportedly considering implementing a new tax cut targeting the American middle class if he returns to the White House.
Red Lobster Explores Bankruptcy Amid Mounting Debt: Reports
Red Lobster is facing potential financial difficulties due to its increasing debt and may be considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
US Plans to Lift Tariff Exceptions to Dominant Chinese Solar Panel Imports as Biden Accuses Beijing of 'Cheating' on Its Steel Trade Practices
The Biden Administration is anticipated to lift tariff exemptions on bifacial solar panels in response to a petition spearheaded by Qcells, a company that has made a significant investment in US manuf
Tesla Spends $200,000 in Promoting Elon Musk's Social Media Platform X Following Mention of 'Minimal Advertising Efforts'
Tesla has allocated approximately $200,000 towards advertising on Elon Musk's social media platform, X.
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