Elon Musk Sues OpenAI, Sam Altman, Saying They Abandoned Founding Mission 

The billionaire alleges that the ChatGPT maker and its CEO have prioritized profit over benefits to humanity.

Zara to Reopen in Ukraine Next Month 

Zara owner Inditex said it plans to reopen some of its stores in Ukraine this spring, shortly after the two-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of the country.

Are Alternatives to Addictive Opioids on the Way? 

Vertex's clinical trials mark a step toward finding treatments for pain without addiction risks.

Plug Power resolves 'going-concern' issue, but stock drops as results underwhelm 

The alternative-energy company missed the mark with its annual results.

Elon Musk's X Leans on His AI Startup 

The billionaire is drawing on overlapping technology, data and financial backers.

Meta Says It Won't Renew Deals With News Publishers in Australia, U.S. 

Facebook owner Meta said the number of people in those countries using a dedicated tab for news on Facebook dropped more than 80% last year.

Tesla Rolls Out More China Discounts as Price War With BYD Heats Up 

Tesla is rolling out more incentives to boost demand for its electric cars in China, the latest salvo in an ongoing price war in the world's largest EV market.

Kuehne + Nagel Shares Hit After Fourth-Quarter Miss 

Kuehne + Nagel shares fell sharply after it reported below-forecast fourth-quarter earnings, with one analyst noting the company's consensus estimates for 2024 could be downgraded by 10%.

LVMH Doesn't Have the Luxury of Pulling Back From China 

The country's economy is sputtering and geopolitical tensions are rising, but Chinese shoppers are the growth engine for the maker of Louis Vuitton, Dior and Hennessy.

EV Startup Fisker Raises Going Concern Warning After Troubled Debut 

The company says it might need to secure additional financing and is in talks with a large automaker for a partnership.

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