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Germany Plans to Stop Energy Imports From Russia

Germany plans to completely stop energy imports from Russia after the latter invaded Ukraine in February this year. Since...
web3

Start-up Studio Launches its Second Sub-studio

Start-up studio eFounders has launched its second sub-studio, 3founders and they will mainly work with web3 start-ups. For a...
Packaging industry

AZZ Inc Acquires Precoat Metals from Sequa Corporation

AZZ Inc., an international supplier of coating products, welding solutions and engineering services for infrastructure, has acquired Precoat Metals at $1.28 billion....
Asymmetric information

The Applicability of Asymmetric Information in the Markets

The lemon theory was coined by Akerlof and it offers a deep insight into asymmetric information between consumers and producers. This theory...

India Kowtows to International Pressure, Relaxes Wheat Export Ban

On May 13, India banned all wheat exports with immediate effect after a heatwave affected the crop. India, the world's second-largest wheat...

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Deutsche Bank and EBN Resume Fight for Deposits in Spain

The supply of profitable deposits in Spain, practically zero in the last ten years, is beginning to resurrect. Deutsche Bank has launched...
Qualcomm

Qualcomm Launches $100 Million Metaverse Fund To Focus On Extended Reality

Software and microchip giant Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) has debuted the first-ever Snapdragon Metaverse Fund to invest $100 million. Thus, it expects to...

The Popularity Of Courier System Has Soared During Lockdown In Germany

Introduction Due to the growing online business, the amount of ordered goods on the courier market is growing...
Lilac Solutions

Lithium Extraction Tech Lilac Solutions Raise $150M in Series B

Lilac Solutions, a lithium extraction technology company, has recently raised $150 million in a Series B funding round. New investors in this...

Retail CEOs Received Bonuses even as COVID Forced Companies into Bankruptcy

Retailers have suffered greatly in the U.S. from the COVID-19 pandemic, with many filing for bankruptcy protections. But some of the largest...