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Adobe to acquire Figma in $20bn cash-and-stock deal

Adobe expects the combination to accelerate the delivery of its Creative Cloud technologies on the web, making the creative process more productive and accessible to more people

Vedanta-Foxconn to set up $20 bn chip factory in Gujarat

Besides state government subsidies, the centre, which aims to make India a key player in the global supply chain for chips, has agreed to increase incentives beyond an initial $10 billion proposed for investments in semiconductor manufacturing

Britain's Queen Elizabeth dies at 96

Her eldest son Charles, 73, automatically becomes king of the United Kingdom and the head of state of 14 other nations, including Australia, Canada and New Zealand

Indo-Pacific Economic Forum to secure region for business

India will not be part of the ‘trade pillar’ of the 14-member economic forum while remaining an active participant in the other three IPEF initiatives

India pips UK to emerge world's fifth biggest economy

At the current level of GDP growth the Indian economy looks set to overtake Germany in 2027 and most likely Japan by 2029, projections by the State Bank of India showed

Former chairman of Tata Sons Cyrus Mistry dies in road accident near Mumbai

Anahita Pandole (55), a well-known gynaecologist, who was driving the car and her husband Darius Pandole (60), survived the crash, while Mistry and Jahangir Pandole, brother of Darius, who were in the back seat, were killed in the accident

Moderna sues Pfizer-BioNtech for patent violation

According to Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech copied mRNA technology that Moderna had patented between 2010 and 2016, well before Covid-19 emerged in 2019

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Facing the Heat of Climate Change

Temperatures will cease rising only if humans stop adding greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, and any failure to tackle climate change would see heat extremes escalate even more dangerously, say experts

Fissures In The Oil Barrel

The flow of cheap oil from Russia to buyers, especially in countries like China and India, has caused a dent in spot market purchases with some of the largest buyers suspending operations in the spot market

Signs of Malice on the Mutual Fund Front

A fresh scandal seems to be brewing in the mutual funds business after Axis Mutual Fund suspended two fund managers for allegedly using inside information for personal gains

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