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-Intuitive Machines shares descend fast after the CEO says the moon lander is on its side
-KKR Nears $4 Billion Deal for Broadcom Unit
-Google aims to relaunch Gemini AI image tool in a few weeks
-Sideways moon landing cuts mission short, private US lunar lander will cease operations Tuesday

Meta forms team to stop AI from tricking voters
The owner of Facebook and Instagram says the group will tackle AI content in the June 2024 EU elections. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:35am 

-Angry farmers clash with police near the European Union's headquarters in a fresh show of force
-Cathie Wood Sells Into Nvidia Frenzy Again, Cuts TSMC Stake
-Platts says adding Midland to Brent has gone well, no need for more
-Baidu, NetEase to Chart Path Ahead as China Tightens Grip on Tech Firms
-US diesel exports to Europe dip on plummeting refining output
-AT&T Customers to Get Billing Credit After Wireless Outage
-Analysis-Top global energy traders face multi-billion cash quandary
-Zuckerberg’s Asia Tour to Range From AI to Ambani Wedding Party
-Billionaire Press Barons Are Squeezing Media Freedom in India
-BYD’s New $233,450 EV Supercar to Rival Ferrari, Lamborghini
-Roche's Xolair reduces reactions to severe food allergies in study
-China's CPU rival to Intel and AMD is rapidly catching up on a key metric — but don't expect it to be competitive with Ryzens and Cores anytime soon
-AT&T to give billing credits to consumers impacted by outage
-Buffett's Berkshire posts record profit on insurance, investments
-Google court filing reveals new business details of DuckDuckGo and Neeva
-Colombia to send deep-water expedition to explore 300-year-old shipwreck thought to hold treasure

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-Deutsche Telekom Sees 2024 Profit Up 6% on German, US Growth
-Meta’s Zuckerberg Seeks Out of Lawsuits Blaming Him for Instagram Addiction
-Intuitive Machines Sinks on Concerns Lander Tipped on Moon
-Nvidia Stock Surge Causes $3 Billion Loss for Short Sellers
-Uber to Back Nigerian Startup Moove in Up to $100 Million Round
-UAE dropped from financial crime watch list in win for nation

Google denies Gmail is shutting down after viral hoax
The tech giant says its email service is 'here to stay' after a hoax picked up 7m views on social media. 
© 2024 BBCWorld Sat 3:35am 

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-Mistral AI releases new model to rival GPT-4 and its own chat assistant

Work to do on smart mouthguards - Townsend
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend says "more work" is required to make smart mouthguards "correct" after an alert prompted the temporary withdrawal of prop Zander Ferguson against England. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:35am 

-India Chip Strategy Makes Progress With $21 Billion in Proposals
-Marketmind: Booming stocks step back as PCE hoves into view
-Cost concerns could delay AI ramp up among IT clients, Infosys exec says
-Disney, Reliance Said to Ink Binding India Media Merger Pact

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-Indonesia Digital Lending Startup Julo Working Toward IPO
-Jack Ma-Backed Ant Outbids Citadel Securities for Credit Suisse’s China JV

Landed... kind of
The moon is hard but China seems to be doing okay. 
© 2024 Aardvark Mon 7:55am 

-Chart of the week: Here's how big Nvidia's record-setting Thursday was
-Rotech says patients likely impacted by hack at partner Philips' unit
-Lunar Lander Feared to Have Tipped While Reaching the Moon
-Here's a look at moon landing hits and misses
-Airline group discusses high costs with Brazil officials

AI chip firm Nvidia valued at $2tn
Booming business at Nvidia sees investors bet the AI revolution will live up to its "hype". 
© 2024 BBCWorld Sat 7:15am 

-Byju’s Investors Vote to Oust CEO from Troubled Startup
-Nvidia Tops $2 Trillion Valuation in First for Chipmakers
-Warner Bros. Falls On TV Advertising Woes, Studio Weakness
-Lander 'alive and well' after company scores first US moon landing since Apollo era
-Swiss still love physical cash despite rise of payment apps
-Analysis-Europe, Africa oil markets tighten, lending support to futures
-Walmart's latest fight with Amazon is digital advertising
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