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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.

Chinese Government Steps in as Buyer of Last Resort Amidst Housing Crisis

The Chinese government has taken a decisive step by unveiling a national plan to purchase unsold housing stock and easing mortgage rules.

Beyond Dior: 5 New French Fashion Brands

Paris still boasts a vast heritage of haute couture, boutiques, ateliers, and the broader prestige of fashion. Let's explore what's beyond Dior and Louis Vuitton!

Regulators Aim to Shut Down U.S. Election Betting Markets

Betting on U.S. elections may soon face stringent regulatory restrictions.

Workers Reject Union at Mercedes-Benz Plants

A Major Setback for UAW's Southern Campaign


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Venice Biennale: Foreigners Everywhere!

"Foreigners Everywhere" - The ambiguous and unsettling title of Adriano Pedrosa's grand-scale international exhibition at the 60th Venice Art Biennale intentionally plays with the possible political interpretations of the phrase.

Debate: Should the Federal Reserve Lower Interest Rates Soon?

Part 2: No, Keep Rates High to Control Inflation

Debate: Should the Federal Reserve Lower Interest Rates Soon?

Part 1: Yes, Rate Cuts Are Necessary

The Show Must Go On

Christie’s, the esteemed auction house synonymous with opulence and exclusivity, found itself embroiled in a cybersecurity nightmare last Thursday when hackers infiltrated its official website.

Navigating Britain’s Economic Resurgence: An Analysis of Mixed Signals and Uneven Recovery

The British economy showcased unexpected resilience in Q1, emerging from a shallow recession with a 0.6 percent growth in gross domestic product (GDP), surpassing economists’ forecasts.

The Great Semiconductor Race

By 2032, the United States is poised to triple its domestic semiconductor manufacturing capacity, which could elevate its global market share from the current 10% to 14%.

FTX Customers to Recover Their Lost Funds

The announcement marks a crucial milestone in recuperating the $8 billion that vanished overnight, triggering a crisis across the cryptocurrency landscape.

The Unraveling Finances of 777 Partners: Implications for Global Soccer Investments

The recent accusations against the American investment firm have cast a shadow of doubt over the company’s financial integrity.

ICONS: Nicole Kidman

Hollywood legends gathered on April 27th to celebrate Nicole Kidman, who received the prestigious AFI Life Achievement Award for her body of work, the highest honor bestowed by the American Film Institute.

Fed Officials Monitor Job Market as Interest Rate Decisions Loom

Federal Reserve officials are gauging the timing and feasibility of potential interest rate reductions later this year.

GB’s OECD Woes

The United Kingdom is poised to experience the slowest economic growth among all advanced nations next year, as reported by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Johnson & Johnson & Drama

The company has announced a new strategy to resolve ongoing legal disputes by proposing a $6.5 billion settlement to tens of thousands of claimants alleging their talcum powder products caused cancer.

“Fashion is about dreaming and making others dream”

The great Italian fashion houses (Part 2)

Buy Now, Pay Later (Part 2)

Some industry players seek to develop more adaptable and technology-driven solutions tailored to the specific requirements of the pay-later industry.