Nvidia’s net income soared nearly 800 per cent in the latest quarter compared to the same period in 2022, HSBC reported an 80 per cent drop in quarterly profit, and Boeing is replacing the executive in charge of manufacturing its 737 Max aircraft. Plus, Indonesia’s incoming president is creating concerns for the country’s democracy.

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