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Bitcoin, Tesla and Apple among the 5 news of the weekend From Benzinga Italy


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Ahead of a new trading week, here’s a quick rundown of the five biggest stories traders and investors shouldn’t miss in the cryptocurrency, tech and corporate realm.

1. The decline of attracts investors
Bitcoin’s (CRYPTO: BTC) drop below $ 60,000 on Sunday evening is attracting investor interest, according to a report citing Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at Oanda; While inflation is expected to grab attention during Thanksgiving week, Bitcoin is instead perceived as a hedge against inflation.

2. A worker sues Tesla (NASDAQ 🙂
A Tesla Inc. worker (: TSLA) filed a lawsuit alleging that employees of the company headed by Elon Musk suffer “rampant sexual harassment”; In the lawsuit, Jessica Barraza said Tesla’s superiors and human resources department did not intervene despite her complaint that she was subjected to continuing harassment at the factory.

3. Apple confirms workers’ rights to discuss salary
In a statement, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: NASDAQ 🙂 confirmed to its workers that they have the right to discuss their wages, hours and working conditions; the decision came after employees pushed the tech giant to do more to ensure pay equity. Apple is facing several lawsuits from former employees, who have accused the company of engaging in unfair business practices.

4. exceeds and enters the top ten of cryptocurrencies
According to a report citing data from CoinMarketCap, Avalanche overtook Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) to become the 10th largest cryptocurrency in the world by market capitalization.

Meanwhile, Emin Gün Sirer, founder of the Avalanche project and CEO of Ava Labs, took a dig at its congestion, stating that instead Avalanche “will tackle fewer engineering problems without batting an eye.”

5. Elon Musk’s dig at the Biden administration
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, took another dig at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ administration for ignoring the fact that his company is a leader in the electric car industry; Musk responded to a Twitter post from entrepreneur David Sacks, who criticized the Biden administration for its “epic gaslighting” of Tesla.

Meantime
Among other weekend stories, investors may want to check out the weekly electric vehicle review, the latest Tesla stock sale – worth $ 30.6 million – by Ark Invest. investment led by Cathie Wood) and the top ten most viewed movies ever on streaming giant Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NASDAQ :).

Finally, in a new regulatory crackdown, Chinese regulators ordered Chinese tech giants, including Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA), to pay 500,000 yuan ($ 78,282) for each of the 43 merger deals and acquisition (M&A) that have not been reported by the company in the past eight years.

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