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    Please note a subscription is now required to the Newslookup.com API for automated queries. If you register an account and login, you can manage a free API subscription temporarily prior to your purchase of subscription. More details can be found at these links API Feed Manager, API Search Manager, API Documentation.

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  • Vanguard sees half of actively managed assets aligned with net-zero by 2030 | Reuters

    Vanguard, the world's second-biggest asset manager, said it expects at least half of its $1.7 trillion in actively managed funds to be aligned with the world's climate goal by 2030, drawing criticism from campaigners for a lack of ambition.

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  • EXCLUSIVE Shell in talks with Indian consortium to sell Russian LNG plant stake -sources | Reuters

    Shell is in talks with a consortium of Indian energy companies to sell its stake in a major liquefied natural gas plant in Russia which the British company abandoned following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, three sources told Reuters.

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  • The next U.S. abortion battle is over pills, and it's already begun | Reuters

    The U.S. Supreme Court has not yet released its decision that looks set to dramatically scale back abortion rights, but one of the next legal battles has already begun in a Mississippi court.

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  • UK launches review of BBC focused on impartiality and 'levelling up' | Reuters

    The British government on Thursday launched a review of the licence-payer funded BBC broadcaster to consider if reforms are needed to help it achieve

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  • Deere tapping into Apple-like tech model to drive revenue

    Deere & Co has sold its tractors and other equipment to farmers for decades, but the world's largest agriculture machinery manufacturer is tearing a page from the technology world's playbook - combining cutting-edge hardware with software and subs

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  • Two more Conservatives pull support from UK PM over 'partygate'

    Two lawmakers from Britain's governing Conservative Party pulled their support for Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday over a damning report that detailed a series of alcohol-fuelled lockdown-breaking parties at his 10 Downing Street office.

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  • Oil snaps inverse dollar link leaving little to check its bull run

    Oil's bull run is taking little notice of the strong U.S. dollar, breaking crude's historical inverse link to the greenback and giving analysts confidence it has further to go based on current market fundamentals.

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  • Liverpool parade timing jars with Heysel victim's son

    Liverpool FC's planned victory parade on Sunday has stirred unease for a representative of victims of the Heysel stadium disaster as it coincides with the 37th anniversary of the tragedy.

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