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Viral ‘Side Eyeing Chloe’ meme’s NFT sold for $74,000

An NFT of the viral internet meme, Side Eyeing Chloe, featuring a two-year-old girl, has been sold for about $74,000. It was bought by 3F Music, a Dubai-based music production company. The meme shows two-year-old Chloe Clem giving a disapproving look after her mother reveals a surprise trip to Disneyland.

ED freezes ₹700-crore shares of Karvy Stock Broking group after raids in Hyderabad

Enforcement Directorate has seized shares worth ₹700 crore held directly and indirectly by Karvy Stock Broking Ltd’s Chairman and Managing Director C Parthasarathy. It comes after the ED raided various premises of Karvy Group of Companies, connected entities and the residential premises of Parthasarathy in Hyderabad. Notably, Parthasarathy was arrested last month over defaulting on a bank loan.

70 Freshworks employees in India who have become crorepatis aged below 30

Seventy of the more than 500 employees of Freshworks in India, who became crorepatis with the US-headquartered software firm’s IPO, are aged below 30. “They passed out of college a few years ago and they fully deserve it,” Founder and CEO Girish Mathrubootham said. Freshworks, originally founded in Chennai, was valued at $12.2 billion in its Nasdaq debut.

Tata Group largest wealth creator for investors in 2021, RIL second

Tata Group is the largest wealth creator for shareholders so far in 2021, as per Sharekhan BNP Paribas’ data. Tata’s 28 listed entities added ₹6.6 lakh crore wealth for investors since January 2021, a return of 40%, the report said. Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries’ (RIL) nine listed firms added nearly ₹4 lakh crore, making it the second-largest wealth creator.

Ford India head Mehrotra quits after firm decides to stop making cars in India

Ford Motor Co’s India head Anurag Mehrotra has quit the company, days after the US automaker said it would stop making cars in India, taking a hit of $2 billion. Mehrotra is leaving to pursue other career opportunities, a company spokesperson said. September 30 will be Mehrotra’s last day with the company, as per reports.

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