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Why NuggetRush, Cosmos, and MINA Are Must-Haves in Your Portfolio for 2024

TLDR Cosmos’ (ATOM) market performance could improve following its network activity increase. Mina Protocol (MINA) has announced the next stage of its advancement towards a mainnet upgrade. NuggetRush’s (NUGX) sale of 182 million tokens has awakened whales in the crypto-gaming sector. Cosmos’ network activity is on the rise in 2024. Mina Protocol (MINA) is progressing towards a mainnet upgrade amid its successful Testworld 2.0 event. Still, NuggetRush (NUGX) and the opportunity to win gold via its gaming…

Why Algotech, Solana, and Polkadot Stand Out as Portfolio Essentials for 2024?

In the rapidly evolving blockchain world, Algotech (ALGT), Solana (SOL), and Polkadot (DOT) are emerging as pioneering forces. As investors navigate the complexities of an increasingly digital economy, understanding the significance of these cutting-edge technologies becomes paramount. Are these the best coins to buy now? Join us as we answer that. Algotech (ALGT) Continues to Garner Attention With Successful Presale Algotech…

Cardano Top Wallet sells off 20% of ADA Portfolio, Pours funds into emerging Token Priced at $0.11

The cryptocurrency community was caught aback when news broke of a major change in the holdings of one of Cardano’s top wallets. In a brave move, the owner of this well-known wallet sold out a significant amount of their ADA portfolio—20%, to be exact. What’s more noteworthy is where these funds went: toward a new coin called Retik Finance, which is now trading at a cheap price of $0.11.The choice to exit a well-known cryptocurrency like Cardano and divert cash to an emerging project like Retik Finance has…

Rebuilding the Portfolio that Got Me a Data Scientist Job

In 2022, my portfolio helped me get my first DS job. Now I’m tearing it down and starting again from scratchContinue reading on Towards Data Science » In 2022, my portfolio helped me get my first DS job. Now I’m tearing it down and starting again from scratchContinue reading on Towards Data Science » FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS Read original article here Denial of responsibility! Techno Blender is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source…

Companies Aren’t Done Cutting White-Collar Jobs

After a year of right sizing, employers are looking in the mirror and concluding there is still fat to lose. Companies including Amazon, Xerox, Google and BlackRock this month have announced plans to trim their workforces. Some of the companies now cutting jobs conducted larger-scale layoffs over the past year or so. Since then, inflation has come down along with expectations for a recession, which most economists anticipated as recently as the middle of last year. Copyright ©2024Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights

The Companies Cutting Jobs in 2024: Here’s the List

Listen to article(1 minute)Some companies are kicking off the new year by trimming staff as a steady labor market shows signs of cooling off. The labor market flashed some warning signs at the end of last year. Hiring has slowed in recent months. Open positions also dropped at the end of 2023 compared with the beginning of the year, while employees are quitting at a lower rate than before the pandemic began. Copyright ©2024Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8 Listen to

MG Motor India showcases its EV portfolio at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2024, ET Auto

As a significant contributor to the state’s economy, MG has invested INR 7,000 crore in Gujarat, rolling out over 2,00,000 cars from its manufacturing plant in Halol, Gujarat. New Delhi: MG (Morris Garages), a British automobile brand with a 100-year-old legacy, showcased its EV portfolio at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2024. The second-largest EV seller in the passenger vehicle segment in the country, MG’s reiteration of its strong commitment to the sector, and the

Activist ValueAct Backs Disney Board Slate With Information-Sharing Deal

Updated Jan. 3, 2024 7:43 am ETActivist investor ValueAct reached a deal to back Walt Disney’s slate of board nominees at the coming 2024 shareholder meeting, bolstering the company’s position as it looks to fight off a proxy battle with rival activist Nelson Peltz.Disney signed a confidentiality agreement allowing it to share company information with shareholder ValueAct Capital Management and consult with the firm on strategic matters. The entertainment giant said Wednesday that the arrangement allows the activist

SoftBank: SoftBank took home $1.8-1.9 billion from four listed portfolio companies

SoftBank, which of late has not been signing new startup funding deals in India and is preparing to offload stakes in IPO-bound Ola Electric and FirstCry, still holds $1.1-1.2 billion worth of shares in its listed portfolio companies here.The Japanese investor has sold stakes worth $1.8-1.9 billion during the public offerings and through post-listing sales in four Indian startups — Paytm, Zomato, PB Fintech and Delhivery — that went public in 2021 and 2022. It had invested a total of $2.3-2.4 billion in these four new-age…

Microsoft India: Microsoft India looks to demystify AI to push business adoption

A hundred client meetings in three months is the agenda that newly appointed Microsoft India president Puneet Chandok has set for himself, to accelerate the Seattle-headquartered technology giant's cloud and artificial intelligence push in the country.“The plan in the next 90 days is to do 100 boardroom conversations with top enterprises in India and demystify AI,” Chandok told ET in his first media interview after joining the company in September. He added that he had already met 100 customers over the last 100…