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Israel’s leadership battle: End of an era for Netanyahu?



Israel’s current Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has lashed out at the coalition, that is moving to remove the leader from power after 12 years in the role.

Netanyahu is calling on his right-wing allies to block the newly formed coalition from taking office.

It follows eight separate parties signing an agreement on Wednesday, stating that they would work together to oust Netanyahu and cease control of the country.

However, the coalition still faces significant hurdles, including receiving the required parliamentary backing to proceed with the leadership change.

This vote is expected to occur by next week at the latest, and there is still a possibility that defectors could derail the whole plan.

In his first comment since the agreement was signed, Netanyahu warned on Twitter that the coalition is “left-wing” and “dangerous”…

He also urged his allies to stand against the newly formed alliance.

What does this mean for Israeli/Palestine peace?

Director of the Michael and Elaine Serling Institute for Jewish Studies at Michigan State University, Yael Aronoff, says having Netanyahu removed from office will be a positive step forward for the nation

Director of the Michael and Elaine Serling Institute for Jewish Studies at Michigan State University, Yael Aronoff spoke on ticker news.

Coalition aiming to end Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years of power, however, Aronoff says that “even under Bennett there are things to be done to reconstruct Gaza”

Aronoff on what the political shift in leaders means for the nation.

“It’s the first time in Israel’s history that an Arab Israeli party will be part of the coalition government,”

Yael Aronoff

Netanyahu wants to retain power… what’s his next move?

Bennett is expected to become the country’s Prime Minister, but the coalition group still have a few hurdles to jump before they gain control, including the key vote in parliament.

In the meantime, Netanyahu continues to rally to retain power.

ARONOFF ON what Netanyahu WILL be doing behind the scenes to keep stay as PM.

“I think it’s not likely he will succeed… but you never know,” Aronoff said on Netanyahu’s ability to continue as Israel’s Prime Minister after 12 years in the top job.

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Gen AI is here to stay—so, what skills do you need to remain relevant in the job market?



Artificial Intelligence has profoundly changed the work force over the last year.

With the rapid adoption of the new technology, experts say employees can keep up with the demands of the changing landscape by learning how to ‘upskill’ or ‘reskill.’

Oz Sultan, the Chief Strategist with the Sultan Interactive Group joins Veronica Dudo to discuss. #IN AMERICA TODAY #featured #ai #technology #leadership #jobs

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Global markets hit record highs all thanks to AI



Is AI the main contributor behind the soaring markets in Australia, the US, Japan, and Germany?

Financial markets worldwide have witnessed record highs, creating a wave of optimism among investors.

The surge is attributed to a combination of positive economic indicators, policy developments, and the integration of AI across key economies, including Australia, the United States, Japan, and Germany. #ticker today #featured

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Dune Part 2 sets box office ablaze with $178m worldwide



As “Dune: Part Two” continues its intergalactic journey on the silver screen, director Denis Villeneuve’s epic sequel has ignited the international box office, amassing a stellar $97 million from 71 overseas markets.

This impressive overseas performance has propelled the film’s global tally to a promising $178.5 million, further solidifying its status as a cinematic force to be reckoned with.

Starring powerhouse talents such as Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya, “Dune: Part Two” has captured the imagination of audiences worldwide, earning widespread acclaim and enthusiastic support.

The film’s success in North American theaters, where it secured the biggest domestic opening weekend of the year with $81.5 million, has been complemented by robust ticket sales in international territories.

Large formats

The immense popularity of “Dune: Part Two” has been particularly evident in premium large formats, such as Imax, which accounted for 48% of initial sales, driving up the film’s revenue even further. Mary Parent, producer of “Dune,” remarked on the film’s cultural impact, expressing confidence in its longevity at the box office.

Despite facing challenges due to the hefty production and promotional costs—reportedly totaling $190 million and $100 million respectively—the sequel has already demonstrated its box office prowess, surpassing expectations in its initial run.

With a global audience eagerly embracing the continuation of Frank Herbert’s epic saga, “Dune: Part Two” is poised for a successful box office run.

The film’s international debut marks a significant milestone in Villeneuve’s career, achieving the largest opening weekend in all 71 markets—a testament to its universal appeal. Notable highlights include the United Kingdom, where it earned $11.8 million, as well as France ($9.6 million), Germany ($9.1 million), Korea ($6.9 million), and Australia ($6 million).

With upcoming releases in key markets such as China and Japan, “Dune: Part Two” is poised to further bolster its global box office performance.

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