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Metallica Metals to Webcast Live at VirtualInvestorConferences.com May 5th
TORONTO, May 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Metallica Metals Corp. (CSE:MM) (OTCQB:MTALF) (FWB:SY7P), focused on the high-grade gold-silver Starr Project in northeastern Ontario, Canada, today announced that Aaron Stone, CEO, will present live at Virtua
Fed Bostick expects to raise interest rates for the first time at the end of 2022 and three times in 2023
Continued economic growth will push the United States closer to full employment by the end of 2022, Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, said on Thursday. Bostick expects the Fed to start raising interest rates at that time, and there will be "no obstacle" to accelerating the pace of rate hikes after that. "I think the economy is running very strongly. It will be close to full employment by the end of 2022. There will be no obstacles to normalization in 2023, "Bostick said." Bostick said he believes the Fed has reached the benchmark for reducing bond purchases, and that the current level of inflation and job growth will make it clear
Apple Inc CEO Cook received an award of 2.55 million shares worth $368 million
According to reports, as part of a new award program, Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook (Tim Cook) recently won more than 2.5 million shares of the company, worth nearly $368 million. Last September, Apple Inc handed out shares and performance-based awards to Cook: Cook will receive more than 1 million Apple Inc shares by 2026. Last month, Cook acquired more than 5 million Apple Inc shares. At the time, Cook sold it for more than $750 million. These stocks were acquired by Cook when he became Apple Inc CEO 10 years ago.
Musk: Apple's App Store fee is actually a global Internet tax.
Musk wrote on social media on Friday that Apple's app store fees are in fact a global tax on the Internet.
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