The decline in Adani's net worth is the most serious in terms of its scale and speed of decline since Bloomberg started tracking billionaires in 2012.
Adani Group's listed companies have lost more than $92 billion in market cap since Hindenburg Research released a scathing report last Tuesday.
Wages and salaries for civilians rose by 1% in the fourth quarter of 2022. That's slower than the 1.3% growth clocked in the third quarter.
Adani — whose net worth is down $36.1 billion this year — and his fellow Indian billionaires are leading losses on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Adani saw his biggest wealth wipeout ever after a short-seller report containing allegations of market manipulation and fraud was published last week.
BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Perett reportedly told staff it would use OpenAI tech to boost its quizzes and personalize some other content.
Shares in Adani's listed businesses fell after Hindenburg alleged his conglomerate is involved in market manipulation and accounting fraud.
Australia's Rumin8 is developing seaweed-based feed that would cut methane — a byproduct of the food digestion process — from livestock emissions.
61% of US workers want to quit their jobs in 2023, a LinkedIn survey shows. The Gen Z and millennials are more likely to consider quitting.
EY is looking to hire around 220,000 people in the 12 months to July 2023, the firm's global vice chair for talent told Bloomberg back in November.