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Hin Leong was one of the most powerful and secretive names in Asia’s oil trading industry. But an epic gamble by its founder Lim Oon Kuin left the company badly exposed, eventually leading to its collapse.
Bank of England Will Drop Pandemic Capital Buffer Requirement
Electrifying Fleets One Solution to World’s Car Obesity Problem
Walmart Seeks UK Sellers for Third-Party Online Marketplace
Five Things Google’s AI Bot Wrote That Convinced Engineer It Was Sentient
Google Suspends Engineer Who Claimed AI Bot Had Become Sentient
UK Labour’s Starmer Probed Over Potential Breaches of Rules
China Hits Back at Call for UN Labor Body to Visit Xinjiang
Deutsche Bank Boosts Family Office Bet to Target World’s Rich
Apollo, Carlyle See Buyout Fundraising Slow With Markets on Edge
Tony Moments: A Night for Broadway to Reclaim Its Groove
Mickelson Arrives At Brookline And Wild US Open Week Awaits
The ECB Is No Longer an Inflation-Targeting Central Bank
The Oil Price Shock Will Reverberate Into Next Year
There’s No Hiding From the Bad News This Time
A Parisian General Store’s Radical Message for Its Customers? Buy Less
Wall Street Executives Can’t Stop Talking About a Recession
A Billion-Dollar Crypto Gaming Startup Promised Riches and Delivered Disaster
Half of UK’s Smaller Listed Companies Have No Female Leaders
NYC Activists Protest DeSantis Address to Jewish Group
Google Agrees to Pay $118 Million to Settle Pay Equity Suit
Author Chen Qiufan Thinks Science Fiction Is the Best Genre to Discuss Climate
Most Corporate Net-Zero Targets Are Weak And Vague, Report Says
The Future of Factory-Built Homes Hits the National Mall
Where LGBTQ People Find Safe Spaces Around the World
When Cities Made Monuments to Traffic Deaths
Crypto Hacks on Social Media Platforms Have Investors Paying Attention
Richard Branson Takes Aim at Crypto Scams That Use His Name as Lure
Ether Price Chart Shows More Pain May Be Ahead for Token

Crypto lender Celsius Network Ltd. paused withdrawals, swaps and transfers on its platform, fueling a broad cryptocurrency selloff and prompting a competitor to announce a potential bid for its assets. 
Crypto markets slumped after the Celsius announcement, with Bitcoin dropping as much as 10% to the lowest level since December 2020 and other major tokens like Ether also falling sharply. Celsius’s CEL token was down 51% to 18.9 cents as of 2:11 p.m. in Hong Kong, according to pricing data site CoinGecko.


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