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Recent articles by Ananya:

A rare downgrade takes a $120 billion bite out of Apple

The iPhone maker's sliding stock dragged down other US tech giants. → Read More

Brazil's Bolsonaro has his same old election fraud excuse ready if he loses

The tactic was first deployed in the 2018 election that ultimately saw Bolsonaro become president → Read More

Peloton lets go of its grip on brick-and-mortar sales to partner with Dick's Sporting Goods

Gone are the days of exclusive, direct-to-consumer sales. → Read More

A new law in California forces companies to disclose salary ranges

A new law mandates current and prospective employees be provided with a pay scale for their job upon request. → Read More

Hurricane Ian tests Florida's struggling insurance industry

The catastrophe will cost the insurance industry $20 billion at the very least, and $40 billion at the higher end. → Read More

Nike is minting money in the metaverse

Nike's metaverse venture is more successful than most, but it struggles to outweigh real-world challenges. → Read More

Wall Street bigwigs face $1.8 billion in fines over texts and WhatsApp messages

Record-keeping probes reveal bankers texting and WhatsApping with colleagues and clients on their personal devices without maintaining logs. → Read More

Hurricane Ian heads to Florida as category 4 storm after wrecking havoc in Cuba

Fort Myers, Tampa, and St. Petersburg are bracing for their first major hurricane in a century. → Read More

The Philippines weeds out rogue online gambling operators as law enforcement headaches mount

The south Asian country is stopping operations of 175 POGOs and deporting about 40,000 Chinese workers. → Read More

Biden's plan to eliminate hidden airline fees is taking flight

A fight for transparency in the industry is underway. → Read More

The Bank of England refused to prop the pound up

Any decision to raise interest rates will only come at the next monetary policy committee meeting on Nov. 3. → Read More

Congress asked US banks: What if China is the next Russia?

Leaders of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup said they'd pull out of China if it invades Taiwan. → Read More

Meta's quiet firing is making a lot of noise

Meta is reorganizing departments, giving affected employees 30 days to find new jobs within the firm. → Read More

Germany's Uniper nationalization is part of a larger war

As Vladimir Putin called for 300,000 more soldiers and threatened nuclear war, Europe's energy crisis looked set to worsen. → Read More

It took Pepsi six months to halt production in Russia

The beverage giant was making and selling concentrates for Pepsi, Miranda, 7Up, and Mountain Dew in Russia as recently as mid-August. → Read More

Is the Fed inviting a recession with another interest rate hike?

At the end of the next Federal Open Market Committee meeting, the interest rate is expected to jump by 75-100 bps. → Read More

Federer is hanging up his tennis shoes—but not the ones he invests in

Off court, Federer backs Swiss sports shoe startup On. → Read More

FedEx is in serious damage control mode

The logistics behemoth's quarterly earnings were a big disappointment → Read More

Adobe's $20 billion Figma deal raises eyebrows and rings antitrust bells

Figma was once touted as the David to Adobe's Goliath → Read More

World leaders prepare to jet set between the Queen's funeral and the UN general assembly

The Royal Family requested funeral attendees to fly commercial and avoid helicopters. → Read More