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LONDON (Reuters) - London's High Court has paved the way for a case that could force its judges to take a view on who invented bitcoin, the world's biggest cryptocurrency which last week soared to all-time highs.
Regulators have instructed Ant Group to form a financial holding company under their supervision as well as shrink its money market fund Yu’ebao. The revamp sets the clock ticking again on Ant Group’s countdown to IPO.
Daily life in China follows a rhythm of digital check-ins, with the QR code – at offices, malls and transport hubs – an integral defence against Covid-19 that helps to track, trace and isolate patients.
(Reuters) - Top executives from hedge funds and the Robinhood trading platform will appear before a U.S. House panel on Thursday to explain how a flood of retail trading drove shares of GameStop and other stocks to extreme highs, squeezing short sellers who had bet against them.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional Democrats have begun discussions with the White House on ways to crack down on Big Tech including making social media companies accountable for the spread of disinformation on matters such as the U.S. Capitol riot and addressing the abuse of market power to harm corporate rivals.
Realising there is a lack of engineers and programmers in Japan, this startup designs apps for other companies seeking to launch in Japan.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Semiconductor firms are seeking extra time to appeal last-minute Trump administration moves to block sales to Chinese telecoms company Huawei, hoping against the odds that the Biden administration will reverse course, five sources said.
Observers say Jack Ma is working on his swing at a golf resort in Hainan.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - The United States thanked Taiwan on Friday for help on resolving an auto chip shortage that has snarled production, but there was no discussion on prioritising the making of these chips, Taiwan Economy Minister Wang Mei-hua said after a high-level meeting.
While it's easy to blame social media, how big a role to platforms like TikTok play and how far can it regulate to keep kids safe?