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STOCK MARKET NEWS: Dow breaks below 30K level as recession fears rise, oil off 7% for week

STOCK MARKET NEWS: Dow breaks below 30K level as recession fears rise, oil off 7% for week

Trump-linked SPAC merger loses support from PIPE investors Investors are pulling out of the deal by Digital World Acquisition to combine with Trump Media & Technology Group, a regulatory filing said. The moves come ahead of an October 10 special meeting of stockholders to approve the deal. The special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) said it …

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin Rise Despite Hawkish Fed: Analyst Says Wait For 'The Bigger Drop' Will Be Longer - Bitcoin  (BTC/USD), Ethereum  (ETH/USD), Dogecoin  (DOGE/USD)

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin Rise Despite Hawkish Fed: Analyst Says Wait For ‘The Bigger Drop’ Will Be Longer – Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Ethereum (ETH/USD), Dogecoin (DOGE/USD)

Bitcoin and Ethereum traded in the green Thursday evening, as the global cryptocurrency market cap rose 4.9% to $943.7 billion at 8:19 p.m. EDT. Price Performance Of Major Coins Coin 24-hour 7-day Price Bitcoin BTC/USD 4.7% -1.6% $19,386.98 …

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Tesla has recalled more than one million vehicles, including some Model 3 cars (pictured)

Tesla recalls more than ONE MILLION vehicles because a fault with window automatic reversal system

Elon Musk’s Tesla has recalled more than one million US vehicles because a fault with the window automatic reversal system means it may not detect obstructions,  The recall covers 1,096,762 cars, including vehicles in the 2017-2022 Model 3, 2020-2021 Model Y, and 2021-2022 Model S and Model X series.  The fault means the windows could pinch a …

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Beyond Meat's COO (Allegedly) Bit a Guy's Nose at the Worst Possible Time

Beyond Meat’s COO (Allegedly) Bit a Guy’s Nose at the Worst Possible Time

Thoughts and prayers for Beyond Meat in this trying time. The plant-based burger replacement company is currently swimming in struggle sauce. Doug Ramsey, Beyond’s chief operating officer, has been suspended from the company after being arrested for allegedly biting a man’s nose in a brawl. Then there’s the food-disruptor’s deepening financial woes. Ramsey reportedly got …

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NTSB recommends technologies to curb drunk driving and speeding in new vehicles

NTSB recommends technologies to curb drunk driving and speeding in new vehicles

The National Transportation Safety Board’s recommendation of alcohol impairment detection systems are on a pathway toward requirement, after the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act gave the Transportation Department three years to craft a mandate for such a feature in new vehicles. The board’s re-recommendation of incentivizing intelligent speed adaptation systems, however, has yet to gain …

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Cryptoverse: After Merge, ether heads for a $20 billion Shanghai splurge

Cryptoverse: After Merge, ether heads for a $20 billion Shanghai splurge

Souvenir tokens representing cryptocurrency networks Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin and Ripple plunge into water in this illustration taken May 17, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Sept 20 (Reuters) – The Merge came, saw and conquered. Not that you’d guess from crypto prices. The Ethereum blockchain’s mega-upgrade finally went …

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Goodbye, shuttle buses. Hello, trains. The Orange Line’s return is greeted with hope that T service will improve. - The Boston Globe

Goodbye, shuttle buses. Hello, trains. The Orange Line’s return is greeted with hope that T service will improve. – The Boston Globe

“So glad to be back,” Wayne Haley, a 59-year-old construction worker from Mattapan, said while taking the first northbound Orange Line train out of Forest Hills Station at 5:15 a.m. “I was getting killed with my car for parking.” For the past month, MBTA employees and contractors have been working to replace track and signal …

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Jim Cramer: My biggest worry with the Fed and why it has us in a holding pattern

Jim Cramer: My biggest worry with the Fed and why it has us in a holding pattern

There’s a broad perception that Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell does not care one whit about corporate news. He’s strictly a creature of broad government economic reports — the consumer price index, the producer price index, industrial production, retail sales and, of course, the nonfarm employment numbers. He also cares about what his fellow Fed …

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Ethereum completes merge, Do Kwon faces arrest warrant and Bitcoin dives after rally: Hodler’s Digest, Sept. 11-17

Coming every Saturday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week   Breaking: Historic day for crypto as Ethereum Merge to …

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Coal stoves and wood thieves: Europe braces for winter without Russian gas

Coal stoves and wood thieves: Europe braces for winter without Russian gas

BERLIN — Jörg Mertens knew the West’s standoff with Russia had sent energy prices soaring across Europe. But his August bills left him gobsmacked. His energy tab had surged by 70 percent. “I’m afraid,” said the 60-year-old Munich man, his voice breaking. After rent, the increased costs — about $190 a month for electricity and …

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