Dado Ruvic | Reuters A federal judge in Texas on Monday dismissed a controversial lawsuit by Exxon Mobil against activist shareholder Arjuna Capital over a climate proposal, ruling that the firm’s promise it would not resubmit the proposal had rendered the case moot. “Arjuna has eliminated any case or controversy between the Parties here, Exxon’s
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In this article AAPL Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Apple has a number of “very serious” issues under the European Union’s sweeping rules aimed at reining in Big Tech, the bloc’s competition chief Margrethe Vestager told CNBC on Tuesday, following reports that regulators are preparing charges against the iPhone maker. In March, the European
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Blossoming eVTOL developer Archer Aviation has announced a signed Memorandum of Understanding with Signature Aviation. This agreement enables access to key hubs for United Airlines and a network of private airport terminals in the US to operate commercial air taxi rides using eVTOLs. Archer Aviation ($ACHR) continues to demonstrate why its one of the leaders in
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In this article AAPL Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Apple CEO Tim Cook gestures during the annual developer conference event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, U.S., June 10, 2024.  Carlos Barria | Reuters Apple said on Monday that it has stopped issuing loans through Apple Pay Later, its buy-now-pay-later program that launched
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Dario G star Paul Spencer has died at the age of 53 following a cancer diagnosis. The dance producer, whose hits included Sunchyme and Carnaval de Paris, was diagnosed with stage four rectal cancer in 2023 and regularly posted about his condition on social media. “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing
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The Reform manifesto, or “contract” as they’re calling it, is a strange document. Most manifestos are produced to give the voter a sniff of what life might look like if the party in question gets into power. Election latest: Farage makes candid admission about Reform’s election goal Yet Reform have said quite plainly that they
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China may target the European Union’s pork producers in retaliation for EU tariffs on its electric cars. The world’s second largest economy revealed on Monday that it had launched an investigation into imports of pork for human consumption from the bloc. The Commerce ministry inquiry was in response to a complaint by Chinese pork producers
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