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A billionaire software company CEO has given a former hermit in New Hampshire US$180,000 (RM762,804) to rebuild his cabin in a new location.
China’s months-long regulatory crackdown on an array of private companies has unsettled tech upstarts as well as decades-old firms, ushering in a new, uncertain environment.
The UK is looking to adopt hydrogen as a cleaner energy source, though its use to heat homes could prove to be an expensive challenge to overcome.
Pegasus program puts women at greater risk in global south, where women are used as ‘pawns’ to reach other targets. ‘Intimate’ material gathered by spyware hits women harder.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's top soccer league and private equity firm CVC plan to launch their own streaming platform, Spanish online paper El Confidencial reported on Monday, a move that would challenge telecom firms which offer match streaming in their packages.
The Activision Blizzard Inc division was regularly ranked among the best places to work and served as a shining example of how to build a long-running game studio that had never put out a bad product. That facade crumbled last month when California sued Activision Blizzard, saying it harboured a “frat boy” culture of sexual harassment and discrimination.
(Reuters) -Activision Blizzard Inc on Tuesday forecast current-quarter adjusted revenue above estimates, as it expects demand for its popular franchises "Call of Duty" and "Candy Crush" to remain strong, sending its shares 4% higher in extended trading.
With the suit against Activision Blizzard, gaming faces another #MeToo moment. Will it finally bring change?
Every few months, the video game industry gets uprooted by a workplace scandal that inevitably reveals that the male-dominated community continues to have a problem with sexism.
Activision Blizzard employees are planning a walkout in protest against sexism at the US video game company and a poor response from its executives.