Friday, June 14, 2024

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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

UN passes Resolution for Gaza Ceasefire Amid Ramadan and Israel Rejects while Hamas Accepts

The resolution, which garnered broad international support with 14 votes in favor and an abstention by the United States, demands the unconditional release of all hostages and emphasizes the expansion of humanitarian assistance. While Hamas has accepted the resolution, citing alignment with its humanitarian concerns, Israel has rejected it, maintaining its security stance amid regional tensions.

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Monday, June 10, 2024

Ron DeSantis Announces Record $1.25 Billion for Teacher Pay Increases in 2024-2025

Florida governor Ron DeSantis has announced a record-breaking $1.25 billion budget for teacher salary increases for the 2024-2025 fiscal year. The announcement, part of the broader "Focus on Florida's Future" budget, represents the fifth consecutive year of substantial investments in teacher pay, signaling a robust support for Florida's educators and students alike.

Friday, June 07, 2024

Finance

The Texas Stock Exchange: A New Contender in the Financial Markets

Texas Capital Texas Equity Index (TXSE) aims to rival the likes of NYSE and Nasdaq by providing a localized, business-friendly environment tailored specifically to Texas-based companies. With its unique focus on the Lone Star State's economic strengths, TXSE is poised to attract a diverse array of businesses, from established giants in the oil and gas sector to high-growth tech startups.

By Michael Kelly

Business

Wednesday, June 05, 2024

Finance

Texas Stock Exchange: BlackRock and Citadel's New Rival to the NYSE

BlackRock and Citadel are teaming up to launch the Texas Stock Exchange (TEX), poised to become a formidable competitor to the long-established Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). TEX aims to leverage Texas's business-friendly climate and advanced technological infrastructure to offer a more efficient and cost-effective trading platform.

By Michael Kelly

Business

Monday, June 03, 2024

Finance

Shein Eyes London for Potential $90 Billion IPO Amid US Regulatory Hurdles

Fast-fashion giant Shein, originally founded in China and now headquartered in Singapore, is considering a historic initial public offering (IPO) on the London Stock Exchange. This move comes after facing significant regulatory challenges in the United States, where lawmakers have raised concerns about the company's labor practices and transparency.

By Michael Kelly

Business


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