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  • Adani Enterprises stocks plunge, billionaire slips out of rich list

    BENGALURU – Shares in Indian tycoon Gautam Adani’s conglomerate plunged again on Wednesday as a rout in his companies deepened to $86 billion in the wake of a U.S. short-seller report, with the billionaire also losing his title as Asia’s richest person. Wednesday’s stock losses saw Adani slip to 15th on Forbes rich list with an estimated net worth of…

  • Equifax Acquires Profile Credit’s Food Industry Credit Bureau, The Canadian Business Journal

    TORONTO, Feb. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Equifax® (NYSE: EFX) today announced the acquisition of The Food Industry Credit Bureau, the leading provider of credit information for the food industry in Canada, from Profile Credit. This acquisition expands the breadth of commercial credit insights available to Equifax customers in Canada and worldwide, making differentiated data insights on over 90 percent…

  • TC Energy provides Coastal GasLink Project update, The Canadian Business Journal

    CALGARY, Alberta, Feb. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — News Release – TC Energy Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP) (TC Energy or the Company) today announced updated cost estimates for the Coastal GasLink Project (the Project). The Project continues to face material cost pressures that include challenging conditions in the Western Canadian labour #MARKET; shortages of skilled labour; impacts of contractor underperformance…

  • Live images, hands-on video reveal key details before launch

    #SAMSUNG is on the verge of unveiling the Galaxy S23 series of smartphones at the impending Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event. However, key details about the next-gen Galaxy S-series flagship smartphones continue to surface online. Notably, the Galaxy S23 lineup comprises the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. A myriad of live images, as well as hands-on videos of…

  • U.S. Fed: Global stocks higher ahead of decision

    BEIJING – Global stocks rose Wednesday while Wall Street futures declined ahead of what traders hope will be the last Federal Reserve interest rate hike for some time. London and Frankfurt opened hire. Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong advanced. Oil prices gained. Traders expect the Fed to raise its benchmark lending rate but hope it will be the last increase…

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