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China is considering temporarily easing quotas designed to boost production of electric cars to help automakers badly bruised by the coronavirus pandemic to revive slumping sales.
Isolated with his family at home in San Francisco, Uber chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi has been making pleading phone calls to members of Congress. Khosrowshahi is asking for a bailout – not for his company, which has told investors it should have at least US$4bil (RM17.54bil) in cash by the end of the year – but for its idle drivers.
Indian Premier Narendra Modi, among the most followed world leaders online, has said he will hand over his social media accounts to "inspiring" women on International Women's Day on Sunday.
Mike Bloomberg’s stockpile of cash, swarm of employees and paid social media influencers are testing the abilities of online platforms – and his Democratic challengers – to keep up with an expensive internet campaign.
Christopher Blair produces false stories he insists are easily identifiable as satire rather than news. His pages can rack up millions of views, and at least part of that audience believes the material is true.
For the last several years, hackers based in China have allegedly been sucking up vast amounts of personal data of US citizens: names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, even fingerprints.
YouTube is making clear there will be no "birtherism” on its platform during this year's US presidential election.
While Dorsey is the company’s public face, and the final word on all things product and strategy, the taxing job of creating and enforcing Twitter’s rules don’t actually land on the CEO’s shoulders. Instead, that falls to Twitter’s top lawyer, Vijaya Gadde.
For consumer brands and companies in 2019, the Internet has laid bare two bewildering realities: It’s nearly impossible to stay out of politics. And when there is even a hint of political controversy, the outrage machine will spin itself into high gear.
Former US President Barack Obama warned that technology is creating a more splintered world, fuelling the disparities among wealthy and poorer nations, and people within countries.