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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.


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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.

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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.

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

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.

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

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