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'Don't fire Steve Jobs': Tesla analysts react to approval of Elon Musk's pay package

Tesla (TSLA) stock slipped slightly on Friday after shareholders reapproved Elon Musk’s record-breaking pay pact, removing a big overhang on the stock as investors blessed the controversial compensation plan. Tesla shares surged the day before as Musk all but said passage of the pay plan was a fait accompli. Nonetheless, with 72% of votes cast […]

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MicroStrategy Can't Get Enough Bitcoin, Boosting Latest Raise to $700 Million

We do the research, you get the alpha! Get exclusive reports and access to key insights on airdrops, NFTs, and more! Subscribe now to Alpha Reports and up your game! Go to Alpha Reports MicroStrategy just can’t get enough Bitcoin.  One day after announcing that it planned to issue $500 million worth of unsecured senior

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U.S. Open: Sepp Straka suffers an awful break, then drains a perfect ace

PINEHURST, N.C. — The U.S. Open taketh away, and the U.S. Open giveth back. Sepp Straka sufferedeth perhaps the toughest break of the first day-and-a-half of the U.S. Open on Friday morning, and then just six holes later, enjoyedeth the finest hole of anyone in the tournament to this point. First, the bad news. On

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June 2024 Horoscope: The 6 Signs Seeing Closure & Cleansing This Full Moon

Full moons are among my favorite lunar phases. I have always experienced catharsis and clarity when the moon shines its wisdom upon us. Full moons provide the context necessary to let go of what has happened in the past and move forward to what awaits us around the corner. The typical themes of cleansing, release,

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Five SFF Stories About Houses With Minds of Their Own

“The Beauty of the House is immeasurable; its Kindness infinite.” Piranesi, the protagonist of Susanna Clarke’s novel of the same name, says of his House. Like humans, houses have their own personalities, all wrapped up in the way they were designed and built by the architect, the way they’re decorated and reconstructed by their inhabitants,

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Nigeria Drops Tax Charges Against Binance Execs

A Nigerian agency has dropped tax evasion charges it brought against Binance executives Tigran Gambaryan and Nadeem Anjarwalla, leaving the crypto exchange as the only defendant in the case. This comes after Nigeria’s Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) charged Binance and the two named execs with tax evasion in mid-March. The Economic Financial Crimes Commission

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Clippers have ‘strong interest' in Celtics' Jeff Van Gundy: Report

Clippers have ‘strong interest’ in Celtics’ Jeff Van Gundy: Report originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston The Boston Celtics reportedly are exploring the possibility of moving senior consultant Jeff Van Gundy to an assistant coach role next season. But it sounds like they have some serious competition. The Los Angeles Clippers have “strong interest” in

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The Week in Polkadot: Moonbeam Launches $13 Million Funding Initiative

We do the research, you get the alpha! Get exclusive reports and access to key insights on airdrops, NFTs, and more! Subscribe now to Alpha Reports and up your game! Go to Alpha Reports Welcome to Decrypt’s Week in Polkadot, our regular round-up of the latest developments in the Polkadot ecosystem. Moonbeam Network, consistently one

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Tyla, Tems, & Ayra Starr: How African Pop Stars Are Leading Music's New Wave

Africa, with its 54 countries and more than 3,000 languages, is not a cultural monolith—and pop music is finally embracing its diversity. In recent years, African women have become some of the most inventive and exciting new artists in the global pop industry. “I felt it was bound to happen,” said Tems, the Nigerian singer,

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