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|Facebook appears unfazed by antitrust lawsuits filed by 46 US states and the Federal Trade Commission seeking to force the social media giant to divest key assets, labelling the actions 'revisionist history'. The FTC and 48 Attorneys General ...|
|... equities, top picks were also similar with eight of the top 10 of most funds being technology stocks like Amazon and Facebook. Still, in Australia, super funds have 60% more capital invested in resources than in technology, the research house said. Funds ...|
|... invested in 10 stocks: Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, UnitedHealth Group, Accenture, Coca-Cola, Oracle, Johnson & Johnson, Facebook and Medtronic. Geographically, 83% of its holdings are from United States, followed by 4.1% in United Kingdom, 3.6% in Switzerland ...|
|Sydney-based law firm JPB Liberty has filed a class action against Facebook and Google for the losses suffered by Australian cryptocurrency providers after their bans on cryptocurrency advertising. JPB Liberty is seeking damages for the losses the cryptocurrency ...|
|... apply for early release of super, the scams can be convincing. Rickard recalls one scam which recently went around on Facebook and Instagram. The scammers created a convincing graphic claiming that Coles, Woolworths and Aldi wanted to help people suffering ...|
|... low, people are willing to pay an elevated price for earnings." Garrett agrees, arguing the tech titans; the likes of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Netflix, are growing significantly faster than their value peers. "So it makes sense that the CAPE ratio ...|
|... ASIC said. "These websites are advertised using fake celebrity endorsements, which appear on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter," the watchdog said. "When an investor clicks on the article or ad, they are often sent ...|
|... comparison, the NASDAQ 100 Index, which includes heavyweights Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Alphabet (Google's parent company) and Facebook, has rallied 55.7% since the COVID-19 financial crash. "We have observed many parallels to the dot-com period, when ...|
|... owe their wealth to the technology sector, including Elon Musk, whose fortune has soared US$47 billion so far in 2020. Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has added almost US$15 billion to his net worth this year, even as the company faces backlash ...|
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VanEck has expanded its range of ETFs, announcing two new offerings to join its new Global Clean Energy ETF.
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The financial services software company has announced its plans to launch a technological solution to meet the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO), commencing 5 October 2021.
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Capgemini has named a new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, following the recent promotion of Olaf Pietschner.
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Victorian-based Ahmed Saad appeared in court after being charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception for his role in an illegal retail superannuation scheme.
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