February 24, 2024

Jonathan Ferro drives you through the market moving events from around the world on Bloomberg’s The Open. 60 minutes featuring the brightest minds on Wall Street, taking you through the most important hour of the trading day.
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South African Town Councils Owed Eskom $2.9 Billion by End-July
UK Energy Firms Say Customers Need More Help With Soaring Bills
Value Trade Crumbles on Wall Street, Putting Quant Funds at Risk
Cisco Gives Upbeat Outlook as Chip Supply Shortages Ease
MUFG in Talks to Buy Two Home Credit Lending Units in Southeast Asia, Sources Say
South Africa Minister to Follow Legal Process in Harassment Case
All the Claims Trump Has Made About the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago Search
‘Boomerang Employees’ Are Going Back to the Old Jobs They Quit
Apollo Leads Private Equity Interest in Manchester United Stake
Patrick Mahomes Adds Super-Bowl Glow to NFTs After Crypto Crash
A Prince’s Jaguar E-Type Could Help Revolutionize Taking Out the Trash
FedEx Can Do More to Subdue a Contractor Revolt
Coming to the US Shouldn’t Be This Hard
Saudi-Backed LIV Golf Is Nothing to Be Upset About
Richest Silicon Valley Suburb Says Build Anywhere But Here
Neobanks Are Struggling to Make Good on Their Lofty Promises
Stories of Climate Adaptation From a Simmering Subcontinent
Transgender Workers’ Rights Widened in Court’s Disability Ruling
China Vows to Ensure Unmarried Mothers Get Equal Maternity Leave
WNBA’s 2022 Regular Season Was Most-Watched in 14 Years
Biden Charts Path for Floating Wind Turbines Off Maine Coast
Dodge Gives Drag Racers a Reason to Embrace Electric Muscle Cars
The Fight Against Evictions Moves to the Courts
Why New York City’s Car Safety Pilot Is a Big Deal
New York’s Congestion Pricing Plan Is Politically ‘Explosive’
Tether Drops Cayman Islands Firm in BDO Italia Attestation Deal
Patrick Mahomes Adds Super-Bowl Glow to NFTs After Crypto Crash
An IRL Store for a Digital Blockchain
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A group of U.S. state attorneys general are investigating Meta Platforms Inc.’s Instagram photo-sharing app over its efforts to engage children and young adults, taking aim at the risks the social network may pose to their mental health and well-being.
“Time and again, Mark Zuckerberg and the companies he runs have put profits over safety, but our investigation seeks to end that behavior,” New York Attorney General Letitia James said Thursday in a statement. “Our coalition will not hesitate to take whatever action is necessary to protect children and young adults from the harms Instagram and other social media platforms risk to so many.”


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