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There are big doubts about how Musk will pull off the Tesla buyout, but Morgan Stanley may have found a way

Morgan Stanley looks at the various funding options available to finance Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s plan to take the carmaker private.

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Soccer clubs in the U.K.’s Premier League are spending huge sums on an unlikely position

Premier League teams spent £1.2 billion buying players in the first shortened summer transfer window.

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Facebook says it is committed to Uganda despite social media tax to quash ‘gossip’

Facebook has confirmed its commitment to Uganda as a row rumbles on over a recently imposed tax on social media use in the East African country.

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What is Saudi Aramco?

The state-owned oil company of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the biggest in the world.

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Pentagon’s top engineer blames Russia, China for militarizing space as Space Force takes shape

“We are not the people who choose to weaponize space, but if we are challenged we will respond,” Michael Griffin said Wednesday at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Why Trump is attacking Turkey with sanctions and tariffs

Trump’s moves against Turkey come at least in part in response to simmering conflicts between the two countries over military cooperation and the U.S. push for pastor Andrew Brunson’s release. 

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House of Fraser bought by Sports Direct for £90m

Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley promises to turn House of Fraser into the “Harrods of the High Street”.

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Turkey’s lira crisis explained

The Turkish currency has nosedived since January and, unsurprisingly, tourists are taking advantage.

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Trump increases pressure on Turkey amid currency crisis, authorizes doubling of metals tariffs

President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he authorized a doubling of steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey amid a growing diplomatic dispute between the two countries.

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‘Amazon tax': Britain is reportedly considering introducing a special tax to help online retailers

The U.K. government is thinking about introducing a so-called “Amazon tax” to support struggling online retailers, Finance Minister Philip Hammond said in an interview with Sky News on Friday.