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China is poised to enshrine individuals' rights to privacy and personal data for the first time, a symbolic first step as more of the country of 1.4 billion people becomes digitised – and more vulnerable to leaks and hacks.
International Business Machines Corp has fired as many as 100,000 employees in the last few years in an effort to boost its appeal to millennials and make it appear to be as "cool” and "trendy” as Amazon and Google, according to a deposition from a former vice president in an ongoing age discrimination lawsuit.
The appointment of Dara Khosrowshahi as head of Uber Technologies Inc this summer was supposed to mark the beginning of a new chapter. The company had been racing from one disaster to the next, leading to boycotts, lawsuits, criminal probes, an executive exodus and an investor-led mutiny against the co-founder.
Shortly after taking over Uber Technologies Inc in September, Dara Khosrowshahi told employees to brace for a painful six months. US officials are looking into possible bribes, illicit software, questionable pricing schemes and theft of a competitor’s intellectual property.
Allergan Plc’s decision to pay a Native American tribe US$15mil (RM62.81mil) a year rather than let one of its blockbuster drugs be scrutinised by the US Patent & Trademark Office is part of a backlash against an agency review panel that has been dubbed a “death squad.”
When a small town American roofer took legal action against a neighbour for shooting down his drone, the local dispute sparked a case that could help shape the newest frontier of property rights law – who owns the air.