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While some 800 people were arrested throughout Europe and Australia in widely publicised takedowns announced last month, no one was arrested in the US. Why?
LONDON (Reuters) -Money transfer company Wise Plc on Tuesday said revenue reached 123.5 million pounds ($168.66 million) in the first quarter of its financial year, up 43% from a year earlier.
China travel blogger’s social media deleted, police investigate after ‘disrespectful’ pictures at veteran soldier’s cemetery
The pictures attracted widespread criticism after another blogger denounced them on Weibo. Soldiers buried at the cemetery include some who died in clashes during last year’s border dispute between China and India.
Bitcoin advocate Elon Musk says he is personally invested in a range of cryptocurrencies, countering accusations that he manipulates the market.
(Reuters) -Uber Technologies Inc's trucking business is buying transportation logistics company Transplace for about $2.25 billion from private equity firm TPG Capital, in a deal that is expected to speed up the unit's path to profitability.
‘Made in China, sold on Amazon’ merchants scramble to minimise losses after US platform closes over 50,000 Chinese shops
Several Chinese merchants failed to agree to a legal strategy to challenge Amazon’s ban of their shops for alleged fake reviews. Amazon, whose terms do not allow for class-action lawsuits, is holding onto millions of dollars in assets belonging to the e-commerce sellers, lawyers say.
The 60-year-old grandfather was the victim of a “swatting” campaign by a group of people who wanted to wrest control of his Twitter handle, “@Tennessee,” and sell it online to the highest bidder.
Amid the green-energy boom, cumulative wind capacity is forecast to double to 1.7 terawatts by the end of the decade, according clean energy research group BloombergNEF. That’s resulted in wind turbine service technicians being the fastest-growing job category in the US.
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's Larry Page was allowed into New Zealand to get medical attention for his son, despite the closed border, drawing criticism over perceived special treatment.