Wall Street starts in the green | Tesla leaps

* YOU’RE HERE takes 3% in advance after the announcement by the director general of the electric car manufacturer, Elon Musk, of a reduction in the group’s workforce of around 10% over the next three months. In addition, former Tesla employees have filed a lawsuit in Texas against the group, claiming that its decision to carry out a “mass dismissal” without notice constitutes a violation of federal laws.

* TWITTER – Elon Musk, who wants to buy the social network, said on Tuesday that there were still unresolved questions in the context of this operation, in particular with regard to spam on the platform and the debt of the group.

* APPLE – More than 100 employees of an Apple store in Townson, Maryland, voted on Saturday in favor of the creation of a union, a first in the sector in the United States for the giant of new technologies.

* INTEL – The American semiconductor manufacturer is claiming 593 million euros in interest from the European Commission five months after the European courts annulled its fine of 1.06 billion euros in the framework of a procedure antitrust, shows a notice published on Monday.

* BOEING – Air India airline is discussing with Airbus and Boeing an order for up to 300 single-aisle jets, sources said on Sunday.

* JETBLUE AIRWAYS, SPIRIT AIRLINES, FRONTIER AIRLINES – Spirit jumps 13% in market preview after the announcement on Monday of an improved offer from Jet Blue to $ 33.50 per share (against $ 31.50 / share previously) on the airline low cost, also coveted by Frontier Airlines.

* UNITED AIRLINES said on Monday he expects fuel prices, which are a $12 billion bill this year, to remain high for the long term.

* META PLATFORMS – A Moscow court on Monday rejected an appeal by Facebook’s parent company Meta against its inclusion by Russian authorities in the list of “extremist organizations”, the TASS news agency reported.

* MONDELEZ announced on Monday its intention to buy energy cereal bar manufacturer Clif Bar & Company for 2.9 billion dollars (2.7 billion euros).

* PFIZER – The French laboratory Valneva announced Monday that Pfizer would acquire 8.1% of its capital for an amount of 90.5 million euros.

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