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US authorities order new vote in Amazon union bid

US labor authorities on Monday ordered a new vote on whether Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama can form a union, saying the online retail giant had violated rules during the ballot.

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Modi warns bitcoin could 'spoil' young Indians

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday warned that bitcoin presents a risk to younger generations, sounding a hawkish tone as his government prepares to introduce legislation to regulate cryptocurrencies.

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Tesla shares fall after Musk's 'soap opera' Twitter poll

Tesla's share price plunged Monday in the latest controversy sparked by CEO Elon Musk, who was facing criticism for letting his Twitter followers decide whether he should sell billions in company stock.

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Amazon agrees to pay $2.5M to settle pesticide sales lawsuit

Amazon has agreed to pay $2.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the Washington state Attorney General's Office claiming the company allowed industrial-grade pesticides to be sold illegally through its online marketplace.

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Uber Eats to quit Hong Kong after five years

Online food delivery platform Uber Eats announced on Tuesday it will quit Hong Kong at the end of 2021, ending five years of a battle for a share of the competitive food delivery market.

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