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(Reuters) - Twitter Inc will begin allowing businesses to showcase products for sale at the top of their profile page, the social networking company said on Wednesday, as it seeks to grab a piece of the lucrative online shopping world.
(Reuters) -Robinhood Markets Inc, the owner of the trading app which emerged as the go-to destination for retail investors speculating on this year's "meme' stock trading frenzy, raised $2.1 billion in its initial public offering on Wednesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -LinkedIn will allow employees to opt for full-time remote work or a hybrid option as offices gradually reopen, Chief People Officer Teuila Hanson told Reuters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The rush to online shopping during the pandemic drove prices higher for goods ordered over the internet, eroding a long-standing cost advantage and possible evidence that overall inflation may become more persistent than thought, according to a new report from tech giant Adobe.
(Reuters) -Robinhood Markets Inc's shares closed more than 8% lower at $34.82 per share on their first day of trading, as many investors who used the popular trading app to participate in this year's "meme" stock trading frenzy snubbed its initial public offering (IPO)
A suit between Hewlett-Packard and three Chinese nationals accused of selling fake H-P gear revealed a wild tale of international fraud, time in jail, and conspiracy.
Google on Aug 2 unveiled a new flagship Pixel smartphone powered by its first mobile chip to put artificial intelligence in people’s hands.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Adidas will keep pushing new technology for running shoes despite controversy at the Olympics over new materials that could be giving some athletes unfair assistance to break world and national records, its chief executive said on Thursday.
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) -Enterprise software firm Salesforce Inc said on Tuesday it would launch a streaming service, Salesforce+, that would feature original content focused on businesses and professionals.