Sunday, September 20, 2020

Inside Facebook’s plan to disrupt money

SINGAPORE: Facebook Inc. is hoping that the stars will be aligned favourably when it launches its digital currency, christened Libra, in the first half...

Google, Facebook face crackdown over market power

SYDNEY: Google and Facebook Inc. face a regulatory crackdown in Australia after the nation’s competition watchdog joined a chorus of international criticism over their...

Lloyds tackles scourge of domestic financial abuse with special team

LONDON: Lloyds Banking Group is launching a specialist economic abuse support team with powers to help liberate thousands of vulnerable customers from financial oppression...

Huawei to train hundreds of Pakistan’s govt officials

Chinese tech giant Huawei has assured Prime Minister Imran Khan that the company is keen to invest in Pakistan’s Information Technology sector. The development came...

Instagram may charge fees for adding links to posts

A newly found patent filing reveals that Instagram is now looking for charging fees for a link to a post caption. According to media reports,...

SpaceX Christmas delivery arrives at space station

CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA: A SpaceX delivery full of Christmas goodies arrived at the International Space Station, following a slight delay caused by a communication...

LinkedIn publishes China white paper

BEIJING: LinkedIn, the California-based professional social network, has released its China B2B Brand Globalization White Paper, which calls for more domestic companies to adopt...

Meezan to get priority delivery of Toyota variants

LAHORE: Meezan Bank, Pakistan's leading Islamic bank and the Best Bank in the country has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indus Motor...

Profit soars for Microsoft fueled by cloud services

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft delivered stronger-than-expected earnings in the recently ended quarter, citing growth in partnerships with companies on technology and cloud computing services. The US...

T-Mobile, Sprint expected to extend deal date

NEW YORK: T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp expect to extend a July 29 deadline to complete their $26-billion merger, according to two sources...

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