Apple is the most profitable company in the world, according to the Fortune Global 500 list for the 2020 fiscal year.
Can artificial intelligence be registered as a patent inventor? A landmark Australian court decision says it can
For decades, only human beings could be recognised as inventors by the patent office - but not anymore.
Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) and Moderna Inc (MRNA.O) have raised the prices of their COVID-19 vaccines in their latest European Union supply contracts, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
The lingerie retailer hired administrators in June 2020 due to the negative effects of the coronavirus lockdown. However, the move didn't save the company branch, as sales continued plummeting.
The illegal mining of gold from rivers and waterways in Colombia is increasing, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a new report.
The global regulatory crackdown on the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange has deepened, with Malaysia issuing enforcement actions for alleged illegal operations.
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau Tang-wah described cruise to nowhere as an extension of local tours and a good start for the tourism sector after 18 months of “freezing winter.”
Facebook whistleblower turned down $64G severance package that would have bought her silence: report
Data scientist Sophie Zhang said she found coordinated inauthentic behavior linked to governments in numerous countries
Amazon has been hit with an $886.6m (£636m) fine for allegedly breaking European Union data protection laws.
The governor suggested that workers return to their offices by Labor Day
Apple takes a commission of 15 to 30 percent on purchases made within apps
Carolla's comments come on the heels of Tim Allen speaking out against cancel culture in a tweet
The change will take effect Sept. 1, according to Google.
The Financial Times has suggested that Downing Street wants to remove China's state-owned nuclear energy company from all future power projects in the UK. The report comes as there has been a cooling of relations between London and Beijing.
Wall Street’s Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday crossed 35,000 points for the first time ever while other key US stock indexes hit record highs as well, rebounding strongly from a plunge earlier in the week.
The failure of the January 2019 Venezuelan coup attempt by opposition leader Juan Guaido prompted the US and its Latin American and European allies including Britain to seize tens of billions of dollars’ worth of Venezuelan government assets abroad, ranging from oil companies to gold bullion. Caracas has fought to get these assets back.
Language-learning company Duolingo closes up 36% in Nasdaq debut, valuing company at nearly $5 billion
While China outlaw all online learning websites, Language-learning company Duolingo made its market debut Wednesday on the Nasdaq and is now trading under the ticker symbol “DUOL.”
Apple decided to finally close the IOS backdoor used by Pegasus and others to spy on journalists, social activists and to kill Jamal khashoggi
Reports indicate that Apple has finally closed the backdoor in its iPhone software with the latest iteration of iOS 14. Apple did it only after Emanuel Macron, journalists and Jeff Bezos (Jamal khashoggi boss) start to realize that it its Apple and not NSO to blame for the massive human rights violation exposed by The Guardian and Amnesty International.
Pfizer raised its sales forecast for the COVID-19 vaccine, which was jointly developed with Germany’s BioNTech, to $ 33.5 billion on Wednesday, up 28.8%. According to the company, vaccine sales forecasts are based on 2.1 billion contracts this year.
PayPal Holdings Inc (PYPL.O) is partnering with non-profit organisation the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to investigate how extremist and hate movements in the United States take advantage of financial platforms to fund their criminal activities.