Banga nominated for World Bank, Apple beats Microsoft and Amazon,

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Welcome to our latest business news roundup! In this post, we cover a range of stories from various sectors. Firstly, we discuss the nomination of Ajay Banga, an Indian-American business executive, to head the World Bank. We then move on to Apple’s impressive financial performance, with its FY22 profit surpassing that of Microsoft and Amazon combined. Next, we highlight the potential investment by Match Group in, a leading Indian matchmaking platform. Finally, we share the exciting news of Indian cricketer Deepak Chahar and his wife Jaya Chahar entering the entrepreneurial space with their fantasy gaming platform, Trade Fantasy Game (TFG). Keep reading to stay informed on the latest business news.

1. Indian-American business executive Ajay Banga has been nominated by US President Joe Biden to head the World Bank. Banga’s experience in forging public-private partnerships to address financial inclusion has been lauded by the President.

2. According to a research team at Cloud Peak Law Group, Apple’s profit for FY22 was $94.68 billion, which is higher than the combined profit of Microsoft and Amazon.

3. US-based online dating services company Match Group is in advanced talks to invest in Anupam Mittal’s matchmaking platform This move could potentially give a significant boost in the online dating market.

4. Indian cricketer Deepak Chahar and his wife Jaya Chahar have launched a fantasy gaming platform called Trade Fantasy Game (TFG). This marks their entry into the entrepreneurial space, with the platform aiming to provide a unique and exciting experience for gamers.

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