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Joe Biden delivers first remarks as president of the U.S.
President Joe Biden delivers his first address after taking the oath of office.
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Ant Group Exec Tells Workers Firm to Go Public as State Regulators Slam 'Insufficient' Data Sharing
An internal post from a top executive responded to concerns from an employee over the company's future and talent retention strategy, and comes after major challenges following ...
US to Rely on Russia for Oil Under Biden, Trump Says as He Predicts 'Energy Disaster' for America
Speaking at a Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) event in Orlando on Sunday, Donald Trump lashed out at President Joe Biden's recent move to return to the Paris Cli...
Deloitte to Pay Malaysia $80 Million in 1MDB-Related Settlement
Deloitte PLT agreed to a 324-million ringgit ($80 million) settlement with the Malaysian government to resolve all claims related to the firm’s audit of 1MDB and its former unit...
Cyprus to lift veil of secrecy with register of company owners
Cyprus plans to launch a register in coming months identifying the owners of thousands of companies on the island, lifting a veil of secrecy on opaque and complex corporate stru...
Coinbase Transactions Under Review by U.S. Sanctions Enforcer
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global Inc. said its services may have been used by individuals, entities or jurisdictions subject to U.S. sanctions regulations and has disclos...
Malaysia investigating spouse of ex-central bank boss over 1MDB funds
Malaysian police said on Wednesday it was investigating the husband of the country’s former central bank head for allegedly receiving funds linked to 1MDB, a state fund at the c...
The Billionaire Behind the Biggest U.S. Tax Fraud Case Ever Filed
More than 20 years ago, a group of former salesmen for Houston software entrepreneur Robert Brockman sued their old boss, claiming in court that he had deprived them of commissi...
Venezuela sent gold to Mali, UAE for cash, opposition claims
Venezuela sent gold to Mali in 2020 via Russian-owned planes to exchange for euros and United States dollars that President Nicolas Maduro’s government used to remain afloat des...
EU watchdog urges tighter rules to prevent another Wirecard scandal
European Union rules on company financial information need to be updated to apply the lessons of the collapse of German payments firm Wirecard, the bloc’s securities watchdog sa...
A YouTube and Instagram nano influencer shares the exact 8-page media kit she uses and how she gets brand deals
Kayla Compton is a part-time 'nano' influencer on YouTube and Instagram. Here's the exact media kit she uses and how much money she charges brands.
Is Dropbox secure? Here's how Dropbox has improved its security measures, and what you can do to protect yourself
Dropbox is secure thanks in part to its 256-bit AES encryption, but the service has been hacked in the past.
The Pentagon is looking for a new way to check social media to prevent extremist behavior in the military
The Defense Department recently said it "is examining a scalable means" to screen social media as a part of its background checks.
10 US cities paving the way for the future by investing in technology, sustainability, and infrastructure
Denver, Atlanta, and Raleigh-Durham are some of the cities tackling the digital divide and making big strides in innovation and sustainability.
Saudi Prince Preps $500 Billion Megacity As US Points At Khashoggi Murder
While NEOM is being sold as a vision of a brighter future, international investors have yet to bite.
Covid Cases Rising Again In Europe, Warns WHO
"Last week, new cases of Covid-19 in Europe grew nine percent to touch a little over one million," WHO Europe's regional director Hans Kluge told a news conference.
Anal Covid swabs are now compulsory for travellers to China
Anal Covid swabs have been made compulsory for everyone flying into China from abroad, despite protests from governments around the world.
EU blocks shipment of 250,000 Oxford vaccines in supply row
A shipment of 250,000 vaccines due to go to Australia has been blocked from leaving the European Union.
Reddit chief: I was late to spot GameStop stock mania
Reddit boss Steve Huffman has told BBC News he supported the aims of controversial sub-Reddit WallStreetBets.
Apple investigated in UK over 'unfair' App Store claims
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority has launched an investigation into whether Apple's terms for app developers are anti-competitive.
Majority of Jay-Z's Tidal's shares purchased by Jack Dorsey's Square, Inc. in sweeping deal
Square, Inc. the financial technology company co-founded by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, announced that it reached an agreement to acquire Jay-Z’s Tidal music streaming service.
House Republicans move to block financial transaction tax as GameStop furor revives Dems' calls for penalty
House Republicans on Wednesday unveiled a bill to block a financial transaction tax after the recent frenetic trading of GameStop shares revived a years-long effort by progressi...
Amazon's first cashierless store arrives in Britain in sign of global expansion
Amazon will open its first-ever physical store outside the United States on Thursday
Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion selling for roughly $50M
If the deal closes, the townhouse would be among the most expensive homes to sell in New York over the past year.
Trump property next to Mar-a-Lago hits market for $49M
The property, sitting right next to Mar-a-Lago’s Beach Club, has ties to the Trump Organization.
The first space hotel could open its doors sooner than you think
Sleeping among the stars could become a long haul excursion in just six years.
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