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Transgender women have been eligible to compete at the Olympics since 2004, but in Tokyo, New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard could become the first.
(Bloomberg) -- A $600 billion sovereign wealth fund is caught in the crosshairs of a political power struggle that’s roiling one of the world’s richest countries.The Kuwait Investment Authority, the world’s oldest state investment vehicle, has been in limbo since its board’s tenure expired two months ago. A new term has yet to be approved as political differences spill over into a disagreement over the make-up of the nine-member board, according to a person familiar with the matter.The uncertain
Endeavor’s Ari Emanuel and Mark Shapiro Resigned From Live Nation Board Over Antitrust Concerns, DOJ Says
UPDATED: More than two weeks after Ariel Emanuel stepped down as a Live Nation board member after 14 years, the Department of Justice announced that he and fellow top Endeavor officer Mark Shapiro resigned their board positions after the DOJ expressed antitrust concerns, according to a DOJ statement Monday (June 21). The DOJ’s concern was […]
(Bloomberg) -- Uber Technologies Inc. has agreed to buy the remaining 47% stake in Chile’s online grocer Cornershop it doesn’t already own for about $1.4 billion in shares.Uber first took a majority stake in Cornershop, the largest home delivery platform in Mexico and Chile, in 2019 in a bid to extend its geographic reach and bolster profits by bundling food delivery with rides.The all-stock deal will see Uber exchange 29 million shares, including about 4 million shares for outstanding stock opt