President Biden Has Decided to Not Extend Student Loan Relief Anymore
Politics

President Biden Has Decided to Not Extend Student Loan Relief Anymore

Student loan repayments are set to resume from February 1st, 2022, and more details will be released over the coming weeks.
Pfizer CEO Does Not Deny the Possibility of a Vaccine-Resistant COVID-19 Variant
Business

Pfizer CEO Does Not Deny the Possibility of a Vaccine-Resistant COVID-19 Variant

Despite the possibility of a vaccine-resistant COVID variant, Pfizer CEO states that a new vaccine would be available much faster if necessary.
Square to Buy Afterpay for $29 Billion in Stock
Technology

Square to Buy Afterpay for $29 Billion in Stock

Payment app Square is purchasing Afterpay for a staggering 29 billion dollar in stock. Afterpay quickly grew in popularity with its "buy now pay later" motif, attracting a lot of potential buyers.
Amazon Says It Doesn’t Plan to Start Accepting Bitcoin Payments
Money

Amazon Says It Doesn’t Plan to Start Accepting Bitcoin Payments

Following a number of reports, Amazon clears up that it currently has no plans to accept Bitcoins on their platform, though they are open to exploring other options.
Biden is Negotiating a Global Tax Reform with the G7
Politics

Biden is Negotiating a Global Tax Reform with the G7

G7 countries are very close to striking a deal and a uniform tax code could be ready by the end of the week.
The Archegos Meltdown Could Cause $10 Billion in Losses to Banks All Over the World
Money

The Archegos Meltdown Could Cause $10 Billion in Losses to Banks All Over the World

With an extended level of leverage to Archegos compared to other banks, it is expected that Credit Suisse and Nomura Holdings will be the hardest hit companies.

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