Ukraine officials push back against Musk tweets, EU votes on common charging port

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Ukraine officials push back against musk tweets, eu votes on common charging port

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Yahoo Finance Live anchors Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi and Brad Smith discuss Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany pushing back against Elon Musk’s Twitter poll, the EU voting in favor of USB-C being the common charging port, and UBS upgrading pizza chain Domino’s from Neutral to Buy.

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