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    Critics Flag 1 Huge Flaw In Trump’s Claim About Kamala Harris And Jewish People

    The former president claimed his likely rival “is totally against the Jewish people.”

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    The lower the AI exposure, the bigger the problem for Europe's chip firms

    Shares in European semiconductor firms less exposed to AI chips slumped on Thursday as falling demand from their key automotive and industrial clients hit business prospects, on top of a wider sector correction. Chip component suppliers like ASML and ASM International are more exposed to the booming AI chip market and demand from high-end tech clients like Nvidia, TSMC, and Intel. "The more high-end applications, linked to AI, those are doing much better," said ING analyst Marc Hesselink.

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    SoftBank-backed Ola Electric suspends India car project to focus on scooters, bikes, sources say

    India's IPO-bound Ola Electric has suspended its electric car launch plans as the Softbank-backed company wants to focus on its e-scooter business, two people with direct knowledge of the decision said. Ola's founder Bhavish Aggarwal laid out plans in 2022 to launch an electric sports car with an all-glass roof in two years that could reach 100 km per hour within four seconds. Aggarwal reiterated those plans as recently as Sept. 2023 in an interview with Forbes, but the two sources said the pr

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    Grab no longer buying Trans-cab, Singapore watchdog says

    Grab, Southeast Asia's biggest ride-hailing and food delivery firm, has called off its proposed acquisition of Singapore's third-largest taxi operator, Trans-cab, according to a statement from Singapore's competition watchdog. The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) said in the statement on Thursday evening that both Grab and Trans-cab had notified it on July 22 that they would no longer be proceeding with the proposed acquisition.