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Education technology firms are scrambling to restructure and adjust to new regulation for the industry in China, after the government launched a sweeping crackdown.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's new President Pedro Castillo, a champion of the rural poor, will not live in the government palace in Lima known as the 'House of Pizarro' - a symbolic break from some 500 years of tradition and the Andean country's colonial past.
ON July 1, the World Bank downgraded Indonesia to the lower-middle income category, which actually comes as no surprise despite the fuss and public disappointment over it
HONG KONG: Chinese investors are turning against the nation’s technology giants, removing a pillar of support that helped the sector through previous market routs.
HONG KONG: China’s benchmark equity index fluctuated on the brink of a bear market yesterday despite efforts by state media to bolster investor confidence shaken by concerns over Beijing’s escalating regulatory crackdown.
With the suit against Activision Blizzard, gaming faces another #MeToo moment. Will it finally bring change?
Every few months, the video game industry gets uprooted by a workplace scandal that inevitably reveals that the male-dominated community continues to have a problem with sexism.
The study says declining levels of trust among Americans for institutions and each other may contribute to the move away from charitable giving.
BEIJING: China’s state media sought to soothe investor nerves amid a stock rout that has pushed the nation’s benchmark equity index to the brink of a bear market, stressing there was no onshore systemic risk.
JUST a few weeks ago, much of the world seemed poised to leave Covid-19 behind.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A hastily-introduced process that potentially allows athletes to protest at the Tokyo Olympics is not transparent and instead could deter them from highlighting social issues close to their hearts, an independent German elite athletes group said.