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(Reuters) -Electric carmaker Tesla Inc on Wednesday reported lower support than usual for two directors at its recent shareholder meeting, and greater support for a call to review the company's use of mandatory arbitration after a court decision in favor of a temporary employee who accused Tesla of racial discrimination.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Apple Inc on Wednesday ramped up its criticism of EU draft rules that would force it to allow users to install software from outside its App Store, saying that would boost the risk of cybercriminals and malware.
LONDON (Reuters) - Fed up with traffic jams? Imagine a world where your taxi takes to the skies and lands on top of your office building, recharges and sets off afresh.
Washington has called about 30 nations together Wednesday and Thursday to boost the international fight against ransomware, a senior White House official said, noting that Russia was not invited.
The final frontier has rarely seemed closer than this – at least virtually.
A new app is designed to save lives by pinpointing the exact location of a school shooting or other emergency. But it’s facing a major problem – many people don’t want it on their phones.
(Reuters) - Binance Smart Chain, a unit of crypto exchange Binance, said on Tuesday it had launched a $1 billion fund to help fast-track adoption of digital assets and blockchain technology.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Negotiations over the withdrawal of existing digital services taxes after a landmark corporate tax deal should ultimately end the threat of tariff wars between the United States and several countries over the levies, U.S. Treasury officials said.
Grocery e-commerce player Zapp is banking on high margin convenience items rather than trying to lure customers with coupons, which it sees as unsustainable marketing.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Austin prides itself on "keeping it weird," but the city's success at luring more big companies such as Tesla Inc has some residents wary of getting priced out of their unique culture.