1. GameStop quarterly revenue beats estimates on higher demand for...

    June 1 (Reuters) - GameStop Corp reported first-quarter revenue that exceeded market expectations on Wednesday, sobriety as the video game retailer pivots toward a more online-focused model amid increasing competition from large retailers such as Walmart Inc and Amazon.com Inc .

    Store closures during the COVID-19 pandemic affected GameStop's physical retail business, ...
  2. Creval investors should reject board delay, Glass Lewis says

    MILAN, April 9 (Reuters) - Leading shareholder advisory firm Glass Lewis on Friday recommended that shareholders in Italian bank Creval reject a proposal to delay the appointment of a new board at a general meeting later this month.

    Credit Agricole Italia (CAI) has proposed delaying naming new directors pending the outcome of a takeover bid the French bank has launched for Creval.

    CAI's offer, which Creval has rejected as too low, runs until April 21, nft drop two days ...
  3. Shares in Picasso painting go up for grabs at $6,000 in blockchain...

    By Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi

    ZURICH, July 15 (Reuters) - Connoisseurs of Pablo Picasso will soon be able to own a share in one of his paintings for less than $6,000 - though that won't actually buy them the right to see the work, which will be stored under lock and key in Switzerland.

    "Fillette au béret" ...
  4. Charlotte McKinney looks leggy for a business meeting in LA

    Charlotte McKinney showcased her endless legs while out and about on Friday.*
    The 28-year-old blonde bombshell was seen strutting her stuff*as she headed to a business meeting in Los Angeles.*
    Charlotte's business casual look included a stylish collared dress and simple black accessories.*

    Head turning:*The 28-year-old blonde bombshell was pictured showing off her endless legs in a stylish collared dress while she walked to ...
  5. World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee sells source code NFT for $5.4 million

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    Tim Berners-Lee made an easy $5 million for charity.

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    Nonfungible tokens*continue ...
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