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(Reuters) -Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc said on Thursday it had offered to buy Swedish auto parts maker Veoneer Inc for $4.6 billion, an 18.4% premium to a bid in July by Canada's Magna International Inc that was accepted by Veoneer's board.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Tuesday called on Congress to give the agency more authority to better police cryptocurrency trading, lending and platforms, a "Wild West" he said is riddled with fraud and investor risk.
American climate activist Jeremy Rifkin calls to treat renewable energy as a third industrial revolution is finally getting traction in his home country, as the US reconsiders its energy policies.
(Reuters) -Shares of PowerSchool Holdings Inc rose 2.8% in their New York Stock Exchange debut on Wednesday, giving the cloud-based education software provider a valuation of about $3.57 billion.
If you want to find the right way to your destination quickly, you can get good guidance for free. But what about the paid apps?
The leading cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, surged overnight reaching US$39,000 (RM165,028), a level it hasn’t reached since last June. The reason? It appears to be tied to the circulation of a rumour that Amazon is considering accepting some cryptocurrencies as payment by the end of the year.
A new early warning system using satellite data to sound the alarm on growing threats to the world’s tropical forests, including worsening drought and logging, aims to stop them reaching a point of no return, scientists said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House has YouTube, not just Facebook, on its list of social media platforms officials say are responsible for an alarming spread of misinformation about COVID vaccines and are not doing enough to stop it, sources familiar with the administration's thinking said.
Zero-day bug attack: Google, Microsoft, Apple scramble updates to protect you from DevilsTongue spyware
Zero-day bug attack: Google and Microsoft have released a patch to two critical vulnerabilities in their operating systems that were exploited by a spyware that has reportedly been sold to governments by Israeli developer Candiru.