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Lachlan Murdoch · United States
Rupert Murdoch steps down as chairman of Fox and News Corp.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is transitioning from his roles as Chair of Fox Corporation and Executive Chairman of News Corp, he announced on Thursday. Murdoch, 92, informed colleagues in a letter Thursday of his decision, noting he was in good health. He will officially make the transition in November, and his son Lachlan will become the sole chairman of both companies.See the Story
48% Center coverage: 220 sources
Justin Trudeau · Canada
India suspends visa services for Canadians amid heightened tensions
New Delhi has suspended visa services for Canadian nationals indefinitely amid heightened tensions between the two countries even as Ottawa said it was temporarily adjusting staff presence in India to ensure the safety of diplomats following threats received on social media.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 86 sources
Mateusz Morawiecki · Poland
Poland to stop supplying weapons to Ukraine over grain row
One of Ukraine's staunchest allies, Poland, has announced it will no longer supply weapons to the country as a diplomatic dispute over grain escalates. The nation's prime minister said it would instead focus on arming itself with more modern weapons.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 79 sources
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Racism · United States
Fired TikTok Workers Allege Racist Insult by Bosses in Civil Rights Complaint
TikTok’s parent company was accused of racism and retaliation by Black former employees in a complaint to US civil rights enforcers alleging ByteDance Ltd. terminated them because they spoke up against discrimination.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Bank Of England Focuses On Recession Risk As Inflation Recedes
(Bloomberg) -- The Bank of England’s decision to call time on almost two years of interest-rate increases is a signal that the risk of recession in the UK is fast replacing inflation as the chief concern for policy makers.Continue Reading. Read more on Global Economics by BloombergQuint.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Janet Yellen · Russia
Yellen signals support for windfall tax on frozen Russian assets
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has voiced support for a European Union plan to impose a windfall tax on profits generated by frozen Russian sovereign assets. Yellen, who discussed frozen Russian assets with Ukrainian officials during her visit to Kyiv in February, said Washington was discussing the idea with the EU. EU officials have estimated that the windfall profit from Russia's frozen assets in Europe could provide �3 billion (US$3.27 billion) a year to rebuild Ukraine.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 4 sources
Europe · United Kingdom
'Very, very premature' to be talking about interest rate cut, Bank of England governor warns
The Bank of England has warned against complacency after freezing its interest rate at 5.25%. Governor Andrew Bailey said he is determined to bring inflation back down to the target level of 2% - but with current rates at 6.7%, he added that "the job isn't done yet".See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Joe Biden · Conyers
Thousands of venezuelan migrants will be allowed work permits in the US
The Biden administration has moved to provide hundreds of thousands of Venezuelan migrants work permits and protection from deportation under pressure from cities strained by an influx of asylum-seekers. TheSee the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Canada · Canada
Saudis Make a Splash at Oil Gathering in Canada’s Energy Capital
Oil ministers and fossil-fuel company executives descended on Canada’s energy capital this week for the World Petroleum Congress. And even as oil prices threatened to break the $100-per-barrel mark, it was the global transition to cleaner energy that was the focus of proceedings. Here are some of the main takeaways from the event in Calgary.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources