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(Reuters) - Facing regulatory and political pressure, Facebook and Alphabet Inc’s Google in recent years committed a combined $600 million to support news outlets globally - many of them local or regional enterprises foundering in a digital age.
Two popular tech trends have naturally formed a partnership, with eSports teams now being sponsored by cryptocurrency exchanges.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc ads chief Carolyn Everson is leaving the company, she said in a post on the social media platform on Wednesday.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) -El Salvador has become the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender after Congress approved President Nayib Bukele's proposal to embrace the cryptocurrency.
Tesla executive Jerome Guillen has left the company after 10 years there, in part of a pattern of high-level executive departures, say analyst.
The encrypted messaging company Signal has long been popular with activists, investigative journalists, politicians and assorted law enforcement officials because of its emphasis on privacy and security. Its growth was steady – but slow.
Lurking beneath Facebook’s decision on whether to continue Donald Trump’s suspension from its platform is a far more complex and consequential question: Do the protections carved out for companies when the Internet was in its infancy 25 years ago make sense when some of them have become global powerhouses with almost unlimited reach?
Apple Inc faces a European Union antitrust complaint as soon as this week, escalating a probe into Spotify Technology SA’s allegations that App Store rules are unfair, according to a person familiar with the case who asked not to be named because the process isn’t public.
Ask any executive what the music business was like in the ‘00s and their face may take on an expression more commonly associated with narrowly averted disasters like car accidents or, more accurately, attempted robberies.
Apple Inc lost an early round in a discrimination lawsuit brought in the US by a female engineer from India who says her two managers – one from her country, the other from Pakistan – treated her as they would in their own countries: as a subservient.