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WHEN asked to respond on a maze of tax queries, Albert Einstein, whose theory of relativity is supposedly understood by only seven persons in the world, replied, “this is a question too difficult for a mathematician, it should be asked of a philosopher”.
With a sale to Salesforce, Slack’s co-founder and chief executive officer Stewart Butterfield is back in a familiar position: running the startup he created while inside a corporate behemoth.
PETALING JAYA: There is still hope for Malaysia if the country embarks on reforms, says Datuk Seri Nazir Razak
Ever since Russian agents and other opportunists abused its platform in an attempt to manipulate the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook has insisted – repeatedly – that it’s learned its lesson and is no longer a conduit for misinformation, voter suppression and election disruption.
Connery's star power is undeniable throughout his 50-plus year career.
ONE of the jokes that made the rounds back in March was a multiple-choice question asking, who’s the leading force in workplace digital transformation? The punchline was that it was neither the CEO or the CTO, but a third ‘C’ – Covid-19.
(Reuters) - Affable Welsh referee Nigel Owens has gained iconic status in world rugby as he stands within touching distance of a unique milestone, but his influence stretches far beyond the pitch as one of the few openly gay participants in the sport.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A senior European Union politician couldn't help a Brexit quip as he waded into Britain's row over Dominic Cummings, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top adviser and mastermind of leaving the bloc who is accused of violating coronavirus travel curbs.
With its 175-acre campus in Cupertino, California, and several dozen more offices across the rest of the world, Apple Inc wasn’t designed as a work-at-home company. That all changed about three weeks ago in the coronavirus pandemic.
Do automakers investing billions in the self-driving cars of tomorrow risk repeating the same mistake they made with electric cars a decade ago?