STORY: From how FTX is keeping bankruptcy courts busy, to why Elon has a new toy, this is the Week in Numbers. First up…
Over 100,000 is how may creditors want their money back from BlockFi.
The crypto lender filed for bankruptcy this week, citing the earlier collapse of FTX as a key factor.
Former FTX chief Sam Bankman-Fried spent the week telling media he never set out to do wrong.
$60 per barrel is the price cap tentatively set for Russian seaborne oil by EU nations.
The move aims to limit Moscow’s income from selling crude.
$10 billion in cash is how much HSBC is getting for selling its Canadian business to Royal Bank of Canada.
It’s just the latest cost-cutting move by the giant lender, which is reviewing its operations in New Zealand and planning job cuts.
500 miles is how far Elon Musk says a loaded Tesla truck has driven on a single charge.
The billionaire finally launched his electric big rig on Thursday, after years of delay.
"Yeah, that's it. It's a beast.”
The first unit was delivered to PepsiCo, but analysts were disappointed by a lack of detail on pricing and performance at the launch.
And $277 million is the latest fine for Facebook-parent Meta - this time from Ireland’s Data Privacy Commissioner.
The case concerned private data scraped from the social media site, and then made available online.