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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - It was early 2019, and senior Amazon.com Inc executive Jay Carney was preparing for an important meeting. The former press secretary to U.S. President Barack Obama, Carney was scheduled to talk with India's ambassador to the United States in Washington, D.C. In Delhi, the Indian government had just announced foreign direct investment regulations that threatened to disrupt Amazon's business in the world's second most populous country.
Realising there is a lack of engineers and programmers in Japan, this startup designs apps for other companies seeking to launch in Japan.
Elon Musk continues to push cryptocurrency Dogecoin, saying he would support major holders to sell off their coins.
With millions forced to work and learn from home, Covid-19 has laid bare the digital divide across the country, with technological inequality disproportionately affecting poor and minority communities.
Pokemon Go is secretly a fitness app. If you look beyond the cuteness of Pikachu and the simple battle mechanics, few games are more effective at getting players off the couch. That’s part of the game’s mission.
DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co shares jumped on Tuesday to their highest level since the company's post-bankruptcy IPO in 2010, as the automaker announced its entry into the growing electric delivery vehicle business.
(Reuters) - The total market value of all cryptocurrencies rose above $1 trillion for the first time on Thursday as Bitcoin surged to a record high, according to data by crypto coin trackers CoinMarketCap and CoinGecko.
Swedish bankers face existential angst over the e-krona, an electronic equivalent of Sweden's currency, which could cost them their deposit base.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an array of laws on Dec 30 handing Russia new powers to restrict US social media giants, label individuals "foreign agents", and to crack down on the disclosure of its security officers' personal data.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors are weighing how big to go on U.S. technology stocks in the coming year, as pricier valuations, regulatory risks and a revival of the market’s beaten-down names threaten to dim their allure.