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When TV personality Dr. Mehmet Oz announced he'd run for Pennsylvania's Senate seat, he claimed he had "scars" to prove he'd gone to "battle with Big Tech" for years—his campaign has now disclosed he has
shares in major tech giants. We're also covering Elon Musk's announcement that humanoid robots will be manufactured at Tesla's newly opened Texas gigafactory and how much revenue the Masters golfing event brings in compared to the U.S. Open. Finally, check out who, among Forbes' World's Billionaires List 2022, are the richest self-made women

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In The News Today

Russian forces have now "fully withdrawn" from northern Ukraine, but at least some will be transferred to fight in the eastern part of the country, according to the U.K.'s defense ministry.

A Russian missile strike against a railway station in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk that was being used to evacuate civilians from the region has killed and injured dozens of people.

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Venture capitalist Peter Thiel may consider Warren Buffett a "sociopathic grandpa" for his crypto skepticism, but the Oracle of Omaha still holds huge sway with investors—shares of legacy technology giant HP Inc. surged after Berkshire Hathaway disclosed it became HP's largest shareholder this month.

The Senate confirmed
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court in a 53-47 vote, making her the first Black woman in U.S. history to reach the high court. She won't serve on the court until its next term starts in the fall, but she's already slated to weigh in on major disputes.

U.S. Senate candidate for Pennsylvania
Dr. Mehmet Oz and his wife own at least $10.2 million worth of stock in Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft, according to a campaign disclosure.

Tesla's
"Giga Austin" manufacturing plant won't just be building vehicles, but it will also produce Optimus humanoid robots as early as next year, according to CEO Elon Musk.

A new bill seeks to create a
national no-fly list for unruly passengers in an effort to curb the rise of violent incidents on airplanes.

The Masters
is the most prestigious tournament on the PGA Tour, but when it comes to earning money, the Masters comes in a distant second to the U.S. Open

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The 10 Richest Self-Made Women In The World
 
 
 
The 10 Richest Self-Made Women In The World

Less than 10% of the world's billionaires are women and, of those, more than half have inherited their great wealth. These are the 10 self-made women who've built the vastest fortunes.

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The 2,668 billionaires on Forbes' 2022 World's Billionaires list have established their fortunes in all sorts of ways, but 10 sectors particularly stand out as a path to the three-comma club.

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There are at least four types of company cultures, but it can be difficult to find out ahead of accepting a job which one dominates your prospective workplace. Asking these questions can help.

To advance your career, you need to focus on what really mattershere's three reasons why saying "no" can sometimes be the best course of action.

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Why Caviar Available In The U.S. Doesn't Come From Russia
 
 
 

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Why Caviar Available In The U.S. Doesn't Come From Russia
 

Government sanctions against the salty, chic fish eggs are more performative than anything. Caviar imported from Russia worldwide has dropped to a tiny fraction of the global volume it commanded during the 1990s. Experts suggest that 2008 was the last time Russian caviar was served in America.

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