U.S. investor Sixth Street prepares bid for minority stake in Germany’s football league

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The logo of the German Football League (DFL) is pictured in Video Assist Centre in Cologne, Germany, August 5, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (Reuters) – U.S. investor Sixth Street is among the firms preparing a bid for a part of the media and commercial rights to Germany’s football league, the Financial Times

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US shoots down Chinese spy balloon and moves to recover wreckage

The US military has shot down the Chinese spy balloon that flew over North America for a week and moved to recover the debris to glean more information about the surveillance craft. US defence secretary Lloyd Austin said a fighter jet on Saturday afternoon shot down the surveillance balloon off the coast of South Carolina

Musk, Tesla not liable in securities class-action lawsuit

Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his security detail depart the company’s local office in Washington, January 27, 2023. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters Elon Musk and Tesla were found not liable by a jury in a San Francisco federal court on Friday in a class-action securities fraud trial stemming from tweets Musk made in 2018. The

OpenSolar raises $15M to expand its software Platform & global footprint

OpenSolar has announced that it has raised US$15 million to expand its free product offering to solar contractors who use the platform in more than 130 countries. The funding round was led by one of Australia’s largest venture capital funds, Telstra Ventures, with participation from sustainability fund 2150 and existing investors including Jeff Tannenbaum’s Titan

Wall St rallies as Fed’s Powell nods to easing inflation after rate hike

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Intel Slashes CEO Pay by 25% as Part of Companywide Cuts

(Bloomberg) — Intel Corp., struggling with a rapid drop in revenue and earnings, is cutting management pay across the company to cope with a shaky economy and preserve cash for an ambitious turnaround plan. Most Read from Bloomberg Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger is taking a 25% cut to his base salary, the chipmaker said

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