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Paramount's merger talks with Skydance were abruptly ended by the controlling shareholder, National Amusements, just before the deal was finalized, citing unresolved "noneconomic terms" despite agreei..

Intel Reportedly Postpones Development of $25 Billion Chip-Manufacturing Plant in Israel

Intel plans to slow its multibillion-dollar expenditures in worldwide facilities, delaying the completion of its $25 billion chip production unit in Israel...

Apple Pay Soon to Offer Users ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Loans Through Affirm

Apple partners with Affirm for "buy now, pay later" loans...

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