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(Reuters) - Digital payments processor Stripe Inc, the most valuable U.S. technology startup, has taken its first major step toward a stock market debut by hiring a law firm to help with preparations, according to people familiar with the matter.
(Reuters) - As Virgin Galactic finalizes plans for founder Richard Branson to join five others on a test flight to the edge of space on July 11, the British billionaire said his wife may be nervous about the launch but he himself wasn't the least bit afraid.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc and India's Tata Group warned government officials on Saturday that plans for tougher rules for online retailers would have a major impact on their business models, four sources familiar with the discussions told Reuters.
(Reuters) -Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell met with the chief executive of cryptocurrency exchange operator Coinbase Global Inc on May 11, days before the central bank chief announced plans for a white paper examining whether the Fed should develop a digital currency of its own.
Apple Inc plans to test a hybrid in-store and work-from-home arrangement for retail employees, acknowledging that consumers may continue to prefer online shopping even as the pandemic eases, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Swiss technology group ABB plans to list its e-mobility division on the stock market next year in a deal that could value the fast-growing business at about $3 billion, according to three people close to the matter.
Governments worldwide are behind the curve of private cyberspace operators in defending national cybersecurity, a report by the International Institute for Strategic Studies found.
Facebook won a key court case in the US this week, but the US tech industry still faces challenges at home and in the European Union in particular.
Educational institutions are equipping students with the knowledge and tools to work in the field of AI, a fast-growing and quickly evolving industry.
At first glance, the forays Apple Inc, Google and other technology giants are making into the world of cars don’t appear to be particularly lucrative.