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Supreme Court will take up Meta's bid to end lawsuit over Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal

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June 10, 2024
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday it will consider shutting down a multibillion-dollar class action investors' lawsuit against Facebook parent Meta stemming from the privacy scandal involving the Cambridge Analytica political consulting firm.

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China says it never uses EV subsidies barred by WTO

China never makes use of subsidies for electric vehicles that have been prohibited by the World Trade Organization, a spokesperson for its foreign ministry said on Thursday.

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Chanel's creative director Virginie Viard to leave brand

Chanel artistic director Virginie Viard is leaving the label, the luxury brand said on Thursday, kicking off speculation over who will replace her in one of the fashion

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US trade deficit widens in April

The U.S. trade deficit widened in April as a jump in imports outpaced a slight increase in exports.

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Port strike suspended at Argentine grains hub, ensuring flow of goods

Port worker unions in Argentina cut short a planned strike in grains shipping ports in the Rosario region following government-ordered talks, a union head said on Thursday, in

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Demise of dollar's FX reserve omnipotence greatly exaggerated: McGeever

After two decades of the dollar's share of global foreign exchange reserves gradually eroding to less than 60%, economic, financial and geopolitical stars

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