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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said that crypto currencies were too unstable to be used to settle oil contracts but that they still deserved a place as a means of payment.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan chip giant TSMC announced on Thursday plans to build a new factory in Japan to meet long-term appetite for chips and said, near-term, tight supplies will likely continue into 2022 amid booming demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -Hyundai Motor's global chief operating officer said on Wednesday the South Korean automaker wants to develop its own chips to reduce reliance on chipmakers.
LONDON (Reuters) - Fed up with traffic jams? Imagine a world where your taxi takes to the skies and lands on top of your office building, recharges and sets off afresh.
Former Safeway boss Steven Burd sank RM1.66bil into transforming his grocery store chain to integrate Theranos machines, which came to nothing, an example of how even businessmen were tricked, say prosecutors in Elizabeth Holmes’s trial.
Grocery e-commerce player Zapp is banking on high margin convenience items rather than trying to lure customers with coupons, which it sees as unsustainable marketing.
As currency nosedives, Afghans take to cryptocurrency which is especially beneficial to women and those without bank accounts. Meanwhile acceptance grows in failed or weakly governed countries.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Surging electricity prices are hurting smaller data centre operators in the Netherlands, an industry association said on Monday as it called for financial support from the government.
(Reuters) - The center of gravity for U.S. auto manufacturing is moving south, with electric vehicle and battery makers planning to spend nearly $24 billion in new factories from Arizona to Georgia.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Quantum computer maker Rigetti & Co Inc said on Wednesday it will go public through a merger with a blank-check firm in a deal that potentially values the combined company at $1.5 billion.