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Ryanair’s Portuguese cabin staff to strike for three days in late June, union says

Ryanair’s (RYA.I) Portuguese cabin staff will go on strike for three days in late June, Portugal’s union of civil aviation personnel SNPVAC said on Tuesday. The workers, demanding compliance with

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Tesla India policy executive quits after company puts entry plan on hold

A key executive who was leading Tesla’s lobbying effort in India has resigned, weeks after the U.S. carmaker put on hold plans to sell electric cars in the South Asian

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Exclusive: Germany’s refinery dilemma tests Russian oil ban resolve

Germany is struggling to find a way to wrest control of a Russian-owned refinery that supplies most of Berlin’s fuel, four people close to the matter said, fearing retaliation by

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Elon Musk to address Twitter employees for first time in Town Hall

Elon Musk will speak to Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) employees this week for the first time at a company-wide meeting since launching his $44 billion bid in April, a source said

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EU financial services chief calls for compromise on bank capital

European Union financial services chief Mairead McGuinness on Tuesday urged the bloc’s lawmakers to agree on bank capital rules to keep the sector resilient as it emerges from the pandemic

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U.S. small-business sentiment dips in May, NFIB survey shows

U.S. small-business confidence edged down in May as worries about high inflation persisted, according to a survey on Tuesday, which also showed demand for labor remained strong despite rising interest

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Day of reckoning for Atos as split-up plan, CEO exit spook investors

French IT company Atos (ATOS.PA) spooked investors on Tuesday with a plan to split its operations and sell assets as well as the departure of CEO Rodolphe Belmer, sending its

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