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Twitter Inc co-founder Biz Stone believes the social media company made the right decision when it banned then-President Donald Trump from its service in January, but that doesn’t mean he’s comfortable with it.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc on Thursday said it will begin testing ads on its TikTok clone Instagram Reels in India, Brazil, Germany and Australia, as the social media giant aims to make money from its short-form video feature.
Alibaba’s launch of bargain marketplace Taobao Deals on Tencent’s super app WeChat hits a snag, source says
Alibaba’s plan to launch Taobao Deals mini-program on WeChat makes little progress weeks after application. The e-commerce collaboration would have enabled Taobao Deals to accept transactions that use online payment service WeChat Pay.
Climate scientists have warned for years that a warming planet would cause more extreme storms, like the one that walloped Texas in February, knocking out power and leaving millions in a deep freeze.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Deutsche Boerse said on Wednesday it would de-list the shares of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global from its Xetra trading system and the Frankfurt stock exchange by end of Friday's trading session.
(Reuters) - Gamestop Corp chief executive George Sherman can step down this summer with a $179 million windfall that dwarfs CEO salaries at many larger corporations thanks to a sweetheart deal that was turbocharged by this year's furious meme stock rally, compensation experts said.
MCMC is planning to put in more effort to increase awareness about illegal activities and to remind members of the public not to engage in online gambling.
Diners got used to delivery during the pandemic, and the habit may stick long after dining rooms reopen. But restaurants and delivery companies remain uneasy partners, haggling over fees and struggling to make the service profitable for themselves and each other.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans and Democrats criticized social media giants like Facebook on Tuesday for the scam artists on their sites, with one prominent Democrat suggesting a legal change to make them more accountable.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Daily Mail, owner of the MailOnline newspaper, sued Google on Tuesday, alleging that the search and advertising giant's power over selling online ad space means newspapers see little of the revenue their content produces.