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The 2012 election broke records with 31.7 million political tweets. Election Day was by far the most tweeted about event in US political history.
Australia overfunded an $85 bln wage subsidy programme due to pessimistic models and data entry errors. Canberra thought 6.5 mln workers needed help, nearly twice the real number. Others will find it difficult to cut through the noise too, argues @jgfarb: https://t.co/mPkp8DMNsz. https://t.co/fEmf2QofSk
Luckin Coffee is getting booted off the Nasdaq for fraud. Its brand might be toxic, but it has assets and ideas that its competitors could buy or adapt, presenting a more formidable challenge to Starbucks, says @petesweeneypro: https://t.co/GpMa3hBgwV. https://t.co/3OYMRyXNKj
Join @Breakingviews on May 27 for a virtual discussion on how the need to create more resilient companies will shape mergers and acquisitions, capital raising and the conduct of shareholder activists after the Great Lockdown. RSVP here: https://t.co/fk2pJadS8v #WhatWillChange https://t.co/FZfxrBGw2R
Morgan Stanley has helped Reliance raise $10 bln for the tech unit from Facebook, KKR and others. It wasn’t on a bigger deal inked with Aramco but that’s less important, especially with the $70 bln Jio unit’s IPO on the horizon. @ugalani says: https://t.co/rlmMme3pDc https://t.co/nRHD9rDAu2