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Exclusive: Binance transferred $346 million to cryptocurrency exchange Bitzlato, according to data

Exclusive: Binance transferred $346 million to cryptocurrency exchange Bitzlato, according to data

LONDON (Reuters) – Blockchain data seen by Reuters shows that crypto giant Binance processed nearly $346 million in bitcoin for digital currency exchange Bitzlato, whose founder was arrested by US authorities last week for allegedly running a “money laundering engine.” The Justice Department said on January 18 that it charged Bitzlato co-founder and majority shareholder …

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Wall Street is rising, supported by the technological recovery

Wall Street is rising, supported by the technological recovery

Baker Hughes falls due to lack of fourth-quarter earnings estimates Activist investor Elliott Management is involved with Salesforce Potato chips on track for biggest daily gain since November Indices rose: Dow 0.98%, Standard & Poor’s 1.41%, Nasdaq 2.09%, NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street jumped on Monday, propelled higher by technology stocks as investors kicked …

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Google losing bid to block the Indian antitrust decision in a major setback

Google losing bid to block the Indian antitrust decision in a major setback

India’s Supreme Court refuses to block Android antitrust ruling Google may need to revise its Android business model in India The court extends the date of execution of the Indian order by a week Google said demand in India could stunt Android’s growth NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Google on Thursday lost its battle in India’s …

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EXCLUSIVE: ECB union says staff have lost faith in leadership on inflation and salaries

EXCLUSIVE: ECB union says staff have lost faith in leadership on inflation and salaries

40% of ECB employees have low or no confidence Two-thirds of them say trust has been damaged 63% worry about the ECB’s ability to protect purchasing power FRANKFURT (Reuters) – European Central Bank staff are losing faith in the institution’s leadership after the European Central Bank’s failure to control inflation and reward wages that undid …

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Goldman missed earnings estimates as deal-making declined and the consumer business took a hit

Goldman missed earnings estimates as deal-making declined and the consumer business took a hit

(Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group (GS.N.) on Tuesday reported a larger-than-expected 69 percent drop in fourth-quarter profit as it struggled with stagnant deal-making and slumping asset and wealth management revenues booked into its consumer business. Wall Street banks are making deep workforce cuts and streamlining their operations as deal-making activity, their main source of revenue, …

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Biden's climate agenda has a problem: Not enough workers

Biden’s climate agenda has a problem: Not enough workers

Jan 11 (Reuters) – U.S. clean energy companies are offering better wages and benefits, flying in trainers from abroad, and considering ideas such as buying roofers and electrical repair shops to hire only their own workers as the companies try to overcome a labor shortage that threatens to derail it. President Joe Biden’s Climate Change …

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The US jobs report breathes life into the Fed's "soft landing" scenario

The US jobs report breathes life into the Fed’s “soft landing” scenario

NEW ORLEANS/SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 6 (Reuters) – A jump in the workforce and moderation in wage growth suggests that the U.S. labor market is starting to move the way the Federal Reserve hoped it would, to improve the supply and demand of workers. Balance and help in its fight against inflation. After a year in …

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EXCLUSIVE: The former FTX chief attorney helped US authorities in the Bankman-Fried case

EXCLUSIVE: The former FTX chief attorney helped US authorities in the Bankman-Fried case

(Reuters) – Former FTX chief attorney Daniel Friedberg cooperated with US prosecutors as they investigated the crypto company’s collapse, a source familiar with the matter said, adding pressure to founder Sam Bankman-Fried who was arrested last month on criminal fraud charges. . The person said Friedberg gave details of FTX in a Nov. 22 meeting …

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