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The United States Supreme Court appears set to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a draft opinion obtained by Politico—a decision that, if handed down as expected, would topple landmark rulings that have protected abortion rights for half a century and would imperil access to such healthcare in dozens of states, particularly for poor patients. And abortion-rights opponents are reportedly already pushing for a nationwide ban should Republicans retake power in Washington.

In Europe, meanwhile,
Forbes is spotlighting changemakers of a different sort. Our 30 Under 30 Europe list is out, our seventh, and it illustrates the power young leaders have to transform not just business but society.

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In The News Today

Elon Musk is reportedly looking for more equity financing for his planned $44 billion purchase of Twitter.

A Georgia investigation into former President Trump’s attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election just took a big step forward. And one retired police officer was convicted of attacking another police officer in the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. 

30 Under 30 Europe

From the grind of the pandemic to the war that’s rippled across the continent, the 300 visionaries on our 30 Under 30 Europe list have persevered, innovated and collectively raised more than $2 billion for their ventures. (For more on that, read our by-the-numbers breakdown.)

Among those visionaries are three journalists who co-founded the English-language Ukrainian news organization the Kyiv Independent just weeks before the Russian invasion. As one put it: “Even if you were writing about kittens and pubs in Kyiv, now you’re a war correspondent.”

Read more about the list’s other media and marketing members, its social entrepreneurs making an impact, and all the people shaping the future of retail, finance, technology, entertainment, fashion, health and science, sports and gaming, and manufacturing and energy.

Top Take-Aways

Even as inflation pushes prices higher at a rate not seen in 40 years, people have kept spending money the same way they had been. But consumer-product companies know that can’t last forever—and they’re rushing to raise prices while they still can.

Supply-chain snags are creating U.S. shortages of life-saving medical supplies, from latex gloves to IV tubing to lab reagents. And because the effects of China’s recent pandemic shutdowns have yet to be felt globally, the situation is expected to get worse.

Outspoken Russian banking tycoon Oleg Tinkov has courted controversy throughtout his career. Breaking with the Kremlin on the war in Ukraine seems to have been a red line and the former billionaire now fears for his safety.

At the Milken Institute conference Monday, billionaire investor Ken Griffin offered up his thoughts on Elon Musk and Twitter, Ron DeSantis and Disney, and how he’s coming around on crypto—well, sort of.

An early TikTok executive is back with a new app, called Spark, that takes aim at the heavily concentrated market of dating apps. Its big bet: swap the swipe-right formula for browsing, shopping-style.

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How Rich Is Putin’s Right-Hand Man? Inside The Murky Fortune Of Igor Sechin, The Darth Vader Of The Kremlin
How Rich Is Putin’s Right-Hand Man? Inside The Murky Fortune Of Igor Sechin, The Darth Vader Of The Kremlin

Russian media calls him Darth Vader. American diplomats call him the grey cardinal of the Kremlin. Igor Sechin is the CEO of state-owned oil giant Rosneft, and his decades of unwavering loyalty to Vladimir Putin—whose second-in-command he’s widely known as—have made him extraordinarily rich. Just how rich is hard to quantify, but of course Forbes did.

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