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Brewing Giant Budweiser Aims to Raise $9.8 billion in Hong Kong IPO
Anheuser-Busch InBev Group, the company behind Budweiser beer, expects to raise over $9.8 billion in its upcoming Hong Kong IPO, Nikkei reports Tuesday, July 2.
Intel Expected to Launch Major Patent Auction as it Quits 5G Market
Intel is putting approximately 8,500 of its patents on auction following a decision to quit the 5G market, Yahoo Finance reports on Tuesday, July 2.
Chinese Stocks Rise as Donald Trump and Xi Jinping Agree on Ceasefire in Trade War
Stocks in the Asia-Pacific are mostly on the rise following an official meeting between the U.S. and Chinese presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, CNBC reports Monday, July 1.
G20 Summit: Trump Jokes to Putin About Russia’s Interference in 2020 U.S. Election
U.S. President Donald Trump made a joke about Russia's meddling in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, BBC reports Friday, June 28.
Apple’s Legendary Designer Jony Ive Leaves Company to Launch Own Business
Apple’s chief design officer Jony Ive is leaving the tech giant to start his own design company, according to the company’s official announcement published on Thursday, June 27.
European Auto Industry Revises Growth Forecast, Predicts Sales Drop
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) has revised its forecast for 2019 car sales in the European Union, predicting a 1% drop.
HR Firm Mercer Publishes List of the World’s Most Expensive Cities
The world’s largest HR consulting firm Mercer has published its annual rating of the most expensive cities to live in. The list, published on Wednesday, June 26, is based on a survey called Mercer’s Cost of Living.
Airbnb Luxe Goes Live With Private Islands and Medieval Castles for Rent
Airbnb launched a special service for privileged travelers on Tuesday, June 25, offering exotic properties around the world for rent.
Report: U.S. Tech Companies Successfully Circumvent Sanctions Against Huawei
Major U.S. chipmakers are successfully circumventing sanctions against Chinese tech giant Huawei, the New York Times reports Tuesday, June 25, citing sources familiar with the matter.