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Some of Tesla's board members were reportedly 'totally blindsided' by Elon Musk's tweet about going private

Max Whittaker / Getty Images Elon Musk’s decision to tweet that he was considering taking Tesla private reportedly caught the company’s own board of directors off-guard, The New York Times reported Monday night. That August 7 tweet caused Tesla’s stock to skyrocket to $380 per share that day. In the days that followed, the SEC got involved, reportedly investigating Musk’s online musings about taking the company private. The fallout from…

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Harbhajan Singh Comes Down Hard On Ravi Shastri, Says Coach Must Speak Up

Team India are 0-2 down in the five-Test series against England after experiencing an innings defeat in the second Test at Lord’s. While some fingers are being pointed out at captain Virat Kohli’s captaincy, India spinner Harbhajan Singh has come down hard on Ravi Shastri and wants the Team India head coach to be made answerable for India’s poor show at the Lord’s Test. The second Test was ended in…

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WWE Raw Results: Dean Ambrose returns to aid Seth Rollins ahead of SummerSlam

By: Sports Desk | Published: August 14, 2018 12:52:38 pm Dean Ambrose returned to Monday Night Raw for the first time since December. (Source: WWE) Related News WWE spins Aleister Black’s real-life injury into reel-life mystery attackRenee Young to become first woman commentator for a WWE Raw episodeWWE rumour mill: Is The Undertaker hinting at possible rematch against John Cena? After weeks of speculation, former WWE Champion Dean Ambrose returned…

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Vienna tops Melbourne as world’s most liveable city, Economist survey states

By: Reuters | Vienna | Published: August 14, 2018 12:46:54 pm a downgraded threat of militant attacks in western Europe as well as the city’s low crime rate helped nudge Vienna into first place. (Source: Reuters) Vienna has dislodged Melbourne for the first time at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, strengthening the Austrian capital’s claim to being the world’s most pleasant city to live in….

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London Parliament car crash LIVE Updates: Several injured as man crashes car into barricade

London Parliament car crash LIVE Updates: Footage showed the car crashing into barriers erected outside Westminster Palace. A man has been arrested after a car smashed into barriers outside London’s parliament building on Tuesday, Britain’s Press Association reported on Tuesday. Footage on social media showed heavily-armed police response units arriving at the scene, with the area outside the parliament building in central London sealed off. In a statement issued, the…

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Jet faces tough test, yet to respond to notices from Sebi, bourses

By Vijay Ganeshan Iyer The Naresh Goyal-promoted Jet Airways is facing its toughest test yet. Shares of the airline are down as much as 9 per cent this month and 66 per cent for the year. The stock traded 2 per cent lower at Rs 280 at 12.30 hours on Tuesday. Domestic stock exchanges have raised tough questions on Jet’s decision to defer June quarter earnings and reports about ongoing…

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Australian shares end near three-week high; NZ high on a2 Milk

Australian shares closed near a three-week high on Tuesday, led by gains in banks, while resources stocks advanced on higher commodities prices. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.8 per cent or 47.40 points to 6,299.60 at the close of trade. The benchmark slipped 0.4 per cent on Monday. Australia’s “big four” banks led the way on Tuesday after announcements from Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd and National Australia…

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With up to 500% returns in 12 months, look which is the red hot sector on Dalal Street this season

By Rahul Oberoi The election season is the best time for India’s paper industry. Little wonder then that this space has started drawing much attention in recent weeks. Analysts are gung-ho on this space, and say the domestic paper industry will continue to throw up big gainers on Dalal Street. Two other factors are working in their favour: expectations of decent margins due to improved realisations and stable raw material…

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Thai court delays decision on taking up case against Airports of Thailand, King Power

By: Reuters | Bangkok | Published: August 14, 2018 12:27:33 pm The court has postponed the hearing in a graft case against the Airports of Thailand Pcl (AOT) and duty-free retailer King Power. (Source: Wikimedia Commons) A Thai court on Tuesday said it would extend a hearing into a 14 billion baht ($420 million) graft case against Airports of Thailand Pcl (AOT) and duty-free retailer King Power, owner of English…

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