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Affordable Living in an Increasingly Expensive World: The Rise of Mobile Homes

As traditional housing becomes less affordable, mobile homes are emerging as a viable solution, offering a blend of flexibility, affordability, and modern living.

The Spring-Legged Gianmarco Tamberi, Italy’s Mad Genius

Get ready, you're going to be surprised!” Italy's Olympic and World Champion high jumper delivered a bold message on the eve of the Rome 2024 European Athletics Championships. Once again, he was right.

Tesla Shareholders Reaffirm Elon Musk’s $45 Billion Pay Award Amid Legal Challenge

In a resounding vote of confidence, Tesla shareholders have reaffirmed the controversial pay exceeding $45 billion.

Macron’s Snap Elections Spark Financial Turmoil in France

The French stock market tumbled to its lowest level in two years on Friday following President Emmanuel Macron's unexpected decision to hold snap elections.

Art Basel: The Fair of Fairs

The premier of all art fairs, Art Basel, has opened its doors to the public from June 13-16, showcasing 285 international exhibitors from around the world this year.


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Mistral Raises €600 Million in Funding: Europe’s AI Challenger

The burgeoning French startup has announced a significant milestone in its growth journey.

Hanesbrands Sells Champion Business to Authentic Brands Group for $1.2 Billion

The transaction includes a contingent cash consideration, with the potential to increase to $1.5 billion based on performance thresholds.

European Central Bank Cuts Interest Rates, Signaling Policy Shift Amid Improved Inflation Outlook

The ECB made a significant policy shift on Thursday, lowering interest rates for the first time in nearly five years.

Snootworld: an animated film project by David Lynch

David Lynch, the cult director of Elephant Man, Twin Peaks and Blue Velvet, announced on X on 25 May that he would be back with something soon, on 5 June to be precise.

Modern, Exciting, and Mobile!

New Trends in the Real Estate Market for Affluent Households

Are retailers finally easing up?

U.S. consumers, fatigued by a three-year bout of inflation, are clamoring for lower prices, and large retailers are beginning to heed customer concerns.

OPEC’s Plan to Increase Production

When officials from major oil-producing countries convened on Sunday, their mission was to stabilize volatile markets.

Borussia Dortmund’s Rheinmetall Sponsorship: A Controversial Move Amidst Champions League Final Preparations

Rheinmetall, a leading German weapons manufacturer, announced a deal just days before Dortmund's highly anticipated Champions League final against Real Madrid.

Cannes, the Neon Film Festival

Sean Baker won his fifth consecutive Palme d'Or with his film "Anora" for the NEON studio at Cannes.

Shein to Rain?

Shein Considers London for IPO Amid U.S.-China Tensions

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Fails to Ignite Box Office Over Memorial Day Weekend

Hollywood had high hopes for the film, anticipating it to be a blockbuster hit over the holiday weekend, but it failed to deliver the expected results.

The Dawn of Fair Compensation: N.C.A.A. Agrees to Pay College Athletes, Part 2

The implications of the landmark settlement will reverberate across the collegiate sports landscape for years to come.

The Dawn of Fair Compensation: N.C.A.A. Agrees to Pay College Athletes, Part 1

The N.C.A.A. reached a $2.8 billion settlement in a class-action antitrust lawsuit, signaling the possible dawn of a new era in college athletics.