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NASA Awards $415.6M to Three Companies for Low-Orbit Space Station Designs

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NASA has signed contracts totaling $415.6 million with three companies that have been tasked with designing space stations and other space destinations which will enable the creation of a U.S.-led commercial economy in low-Earth orbit.

What Happened: The companies receiving Space Act Agreements contracts include Blue Origin, which is owned and operated by Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) founder and former CEO Jeff Bezos. Blue Origin receives $130 million for the continuation of its development of Orbital Reef, a commercially owned and operated low-Earth orbit space station scheduled to begin operating in the second half of this decade. The company is teaming with Boeing Co (NYSE: …

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If You’re Selling Nvidia Stock Because of Arm Deal Developments, Jim Cramer Thinks ‘You’re a Fool’

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Who is selling NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) with the stock already down more than 20% this month? That’s the question Jim Cramer pondered Tuesday when he analyzed the semiconductor stock on CNBC’s “Mad Dash” segment. 

What Happened: Nvidia continued on its downward trajectory Tuesday morning after a Bloomberg report suggested the company is “quietly” preparing to abandon its purchase of British chipmaker Arm Ltd. from SoftBank Group.

According to the report, Nvidia told its partners it doesn’t expect the transaction to close, …

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Big Data Platform Market Outlook 2022 to 2031 – Microsoft, Google, Aws, Ibm the Oxford Spokesman

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Nvidia Quietly Looks to Dump Its Arm Ambitions

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NVIDIA Corp (NASDAQ: NVDA) is quietly preparing to abandon its purchase of Arm Ltd from SoftBank Group (OTC: SFTBY) (OTC: SFTBF) on bleak prospects of winning approval for the $40 billion chip deal, Bloomberg reports.
Nvidia expressed pessimism to its partners regarding the …

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