Amazon is once again in hot water after its Chicago warehouse offered workers chicken and waffles to celebrate Juneteenth – the day the slaves were freed.
His story has everything: A high-speed super-yacht, a secret disaster strike force, a Google co-founder, and strawberry ice cream.
Banks have more cash than ever before—largely due to the coronavirus pandemic, figures from the Federal Reserve show.
AUS court has rejected an appeal from the former CEO of the defunct crypto exchange, Mt. Gox, to drop fraud charges.
Mark Karpeles—who has been in legal troubles since his Bitcoin exchange went into liquidation after a massive hack in 2014—asked a US court in January to dismiss a fraud lawsuit against him.
Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services available today, but like any other product it can improve to better compete with others. Following in the footsteps of YouTube Music, Spotify is apparently starting to build out a new video player on “Now Playing” UI.
Kedros Ng has lived in Hong Kong his entire life. He studied engineering after leaving school and worked hard to build his civil engineering business from scratch.
Despite an unblemished criminal record, the 31-year-old last month downloaded over 10 gigabytes of data from his Facebook account and deleted it forever.
Japanese crypto investors have been known for their passionate support of XRP. Indeed, at one point in Japan, XRP was more popular than Bitcoin. Yet, the official data from the Japan Virtual and Crypto Assets Exchange Association, or JVCEA, the self-regulatory organization approved by the Financial Services Agency, or FSA, shows that XRP is losing its charm in Japan.