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When a fast-growing private equity firm co-founded by Jack Ma sought funding from institutional investors for the first time in early 2013, almost all had one major concern, its chairman said: was the firm independent from Ma, the influential executive chairman of Alibaba Group Holding, China's e-commerce giant.
Private browsing may on the surface seem secretive and similar to anonymous surfing, but in reality, this special setting is mostly to hide your activities from others using the same computer.
Twitter Inc was sued for US$124mil (RM390.84mil) on Wednesday by two companies claiming the social media darling fraudulently had them organise a private sale of its shares to stoke investor interest for an initial public offering then canceled it.
India is examining the use of private vehicles as shared taxis in an effort to reduce car ownership and curb growing traffic congestion in major cities, sources familiar with the matter said.
The United Nations human rights office welcomed a US$5mil (RM21.58mil) donation from Microsoft Corp and called on the rest of the private sector, which makes up only a tiny proportion of its donors, to "step up to the plate".
Scanning a bank statement into a computer may not sound particularly high-tech, but it's unsettling some of Asia's private bankers.
American and British tourists are more likely than their French and Spanish counterparts to have used a private taxi app such as Uber, Blablacar or Carpooling during their travels, according to a study conducted by Destinia.com.
London said it would introduce new measures to support its iconic black cabs including giving access to more bus lanes and boosting the number of taxi ranks, just as private hire firms such as Uber face stricter rules in the capital.
London transport bosses decided not to impose a series of strict new rules on private hire cars, including those from apps like Uber, but could make such services pay a daily charge for entering the city centre.
No longer is schmoozing over long lunches and fine wines enough; Swiss private bankers are turning to videogames and virtual reality to attract a new generation of sceptical clients and see off digital rivals.