Oligopolies

The driving ambition behind a $ 4 billion lithium merger

Orocobre means “golden copper” in Spanish, but the company focused on lithium shortly before its listing when founding director Neil Stuart attended a mining conference in Argentina’s wine region of Mendoza and earned the credentials. rights of a salt lake 4000 meters above sea level in the Andes. Lithium was …

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launches the first digital mortgage, backed by Bendigo

Commonwealth Bank remains the owner of Aussie, but its stake will be reduced to a minority stake of 45% when a merger deal with Lendi is reached, which will offer Lendi shareholders 55% of Aussie. Lendi will help Aussie create a new digital brokerage experience, while Tic: Toc provides direct …

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The Super League collapsed on its own and Boris Johnson’s threats to intervene were grossly misguided

The Super League was a terrible idea. He inevitably fell apart before he even had a chance to start. The owners of the dubious eponymous Big Six exposed themselves as hopelessly out of touch with fans, players and their own managers. It became shamefully obvious, even to the clearest of …

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Upstart Could Overthrow Multibillion-Dollar Boron Oligopoly

Tesla CEO (NASDAQ: TSLA) Elon Musk called hydrogen cars “dumb dumb,” a criticism that iron ore billionaire Andrew Forrest stems from Musk’s fear of technology, adding that the Musk’s perspective is suitable for someone who “treads a battery technology is also green when it runs on fossil fuels.” Forrest sees …

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Nigerian lawmakers want Dangote’s cement dominance shattered

Nigerian lawmakers have urged the government to break the dominance of the country’s three largest cement companies to encourage more competition and lower prices. Dangote Cement Plc, which holds 61% of the market, Lafarge Africa Plc and BUA Group effectively control production in Africa’s most populous country, the Nigerian Senate …

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Virals: Everton owner Farhad Moshiri criticizes ESL proposals

Everton’s Anglo-Iranian owner Farhad Moshiri has weighed in on the recent European Super League controversy over talkSPORT, claiming the ‘big six’ are attacking the Premier League. The owner criticized ESL in which rivals Liverpool would join a host of elite European clubs to create a American closed store league – …

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DRAM prices expected to increase 18-23% vs. Q / T in 2Q21

Although these negotiations are not yet finalized, the ASP of traditional DDR4 1G * 8 2666Mbps modules has already increased by nearly 25% QoQ as of now, according to current transaction data. This represents a higher price increase than TrendForce’s previous forecast of “nearly 20%”. On the other hand, prices …

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Bring the Super League

© Provided by This Is Money MailOnline Logo The loud protests by the football establishment against the proposed European Super League come as no surprise. The Premier League, Fifa, UEFA and other objectors have been enjoying the big money for too long and hate the idea of ​​a business challenger …

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GCP and AWS will become the main drivers of global server demand

© Jakub Jirsak Dreamstime.com Analysis | April 19, 2021 According to the latest TrendForce surveys, with their flexible pricing schemes and diverse service offerings, cloud service providers have been a direct and major driver of business demand for cloud services. As such, the rise of CSPs has in turn resulted …

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Coinbase IPO inaugurates the next phase of the crypto bubble: invest like in 1929

The Roaring Twenties Crypto is a bubble and the Coinbase IPO (COIN) marks a new phase of the bubble. Let’s see where we are and how to fix it. First of all, a quick note on bubbles. Transformative technology bubbles Something can be transformative and bubble at the same time. …

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