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    Tesla shareholders vote on Musk's pay: Market Domination Overtime

    On today's edition of Market Domination Overtime, Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton break down the market close and the trading day's biggest stories. The S&P 500 (^GSPC) and the Nasdaq Composite (^IXIC) closed at record highs while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) fell into the red. This comes off the back of the Federal Reserve leaving interest rates unchanged as inflation cools. BNP Paribas Managing Director and Senior Multi-Asset Specialist Mark Howard explains that while the Fed's decision was noteworthy, May's Consumer Price Index (CPI) "was the real mover" of markets. The report triggered a rally in tech stocks and relieved Treasury yields. Oracle (ORCL) stock closed at an all-time high, boosted by its partnership announcement with Alphabet's Google (GOOG, GOOGL) and OpenAI. Broadcom (AVGO) is also on the rise after reporting second quarter results that topped Wall Street estimates on both the top and bottom lines. The company also announced a 10-for-1 stock split and a quarterly dividend of $5.25 per share. As Tesla (TSLA) shareholders are currently voting on CEO Elon Musk's pay package valued at $46 billion, the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPers) — which holds 9.2 million Tesla shares — disclosed it will vote against Musk's compensation package. Yahoo Finance Legal Reporter Alexis Keenan explains what Tesla shareholders have to gain from approving the pay package and the reasons why shareholders would vote it down. Yahoo Finance shared a poll at the start of the trading week, asking whether Tesla shareholders should approve Musk's pay package. Well over 400,000 respondents have participated in the poll, 96% of which voted "No." This post was written by Melanie Riehl

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    Alphabet hit with Austrian privacy complaint over alleged browser tracking

    Alphabet's Google was hit with a complaint by Austrian advocacy group NOYB on Thursday for allegedly tracking users of its Chrome Web browser, an issue already on EU antitrust regulators' radar. It has introduced a set of tools called the Privacy Sandbox to block covert tracking techniques and limit data sharing with third parties while developers and publishers can measure ads without tracking individual users. Chrome users are asked whether they want to turn on the ad privacy feature or not to prevent being tracked.

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    Google partners with Nevada utility for geothermal to power data centers

    Google has entered into an agreement with Berkshire Hathaway electric utility NV Energy to power its Nevada data centers with advanced geothermal electricity, the U.S. technology company said on Wednesday. The deal, which has been sent to state utility regulators for approval, would increase the amount of carbon-free geothermal electricity injected into the local power grid for Google's operations to 115 megawatts from 3.5 megawatts in about six years, Google said in a statement. The agreement comes as the world's biggest technology companies hunt for massive amounts of electricity to power their rapidly-expanding data centers, or giant computer warehouses, needed to support technologies like generative artificial intelligence and cloud computing.