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Natural Gas Prices in Europe Spike to January Levels Amid Fall in Stockpiles

Natural Gas Prices in Europe Spike to January Levels Amid Fall in Stockpiles

At the same time, EU countries are struggling to agree on their policy towards Nord Stream 2 – a joint…
Berkshire Hathaway’s Munger Blasts Bitcoin as ‘Contrary to Interests of Civilization’

Berkshire Hathaway’s Munger Blasts Bitcoin as ‘Contrary to Interests of Civilization’

This year, the world’s largest cryptocurrency experienced a meteoric rise, topping higher than $62,000 per coin in April, as companies…
Condom Sales Are Booming in US as Coronavirus Lockdowns Come to an End

Condom Sales Are Booming in US as Coronavirus Lockdowns Come to an End

The numbers look promising compared to a 4.4% drop in sales in 2020 and slow sales before the pandemic. Male…
TikTok Appoints ByteDance CFO to Concurrently Serve as Video-Sharing Platform’s CEO

TikTok Appoints ByteDance CFO to Concurrently Serve as Video-Sharing Platform’s CEO

TikTok (or Douyin in China), a subsidiary of ByteDance Ltd., has been without a permanent chief executive officer (CEO) since…
Walmart Slams Kanye West Over ‘Yeezy’ Brand Logo, Deems Design ‘Confusingly Similar’

Walmart Slams Kanye West Over ‘Yeezy’ Brand Logo, Deems Design ‘Confusingly Similar’

An asterisk pinpoints an area that needs to be fixed or readjusted. To use an asterisk within a business brand…
Roku Pulls YouTube TV From Platform Amid Row With Google

Roku Pulls YouTube TV From Platform Amid Row With Google

Earlier this week, Roku Inc. warned that customers may lose access to YouTube TV because Google – the parent company…
US Sanctions Led to Huawei Losing Smartphone Market Share to Rivals, Company Executive Says

US Sanctions Led to Huawei Losing Smartphone Market Share to Rivals, Company Executive Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Chinese tech giant Huawei lost its smartphone market share to key rivals including Apple and Samsung, under…
German Software Firm SAP to Pay $2.1Mln to Settle Iran Sanctions Violations, US Treasury Says

German Software Firm SAP to Pay $2.1Mln to Settle Iran Sanctions Violations, US Treasury Says

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – German software company SAP agreed to pay the United States over $2.1 million to settle violations of…
Dollar’s Share in Global Trade Will Drop Once People Begin to Doubt Its Stability, Kremlin Says

Dollar’s Share in Global Trade Will Drop Once People Begin to Doubt Its Stability, Kremlin Says

In the face of sweeping new sanctions targeting its sovereign debt, and threats of being cut off from SWIFT, Visa…
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