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Between 2008 to 2009,35 employees of the former state-owned telecom giant took their own lives as managers embarked on a vast restructuring plan that included cutting 22,000 jobs.
Toronto authorities gave a provisional green light to plans by a tech company in the Google empire to build a futuristic neighbourhood on a strip of lakefront that will include robots for delivering mail and collecting garbage.
International outcry is mounting over Libra – with central banks, governments and regulators railing against the cryptocurrency.
France warned it will block development of Facebook's planned Libra cryptocurrency in Europe because it threatens the 'monetary sovereignty' of governments.
Hao Peng, Communist Party boss of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, hopes the move will lead to mutually beneficial resultsBut analysts are still waiting to see if state-owned enterprises can genuinely benefit from investment by leading digital companies.
Growing public mistrust of technology giants is making it more challenging for Sidewalk Labs LLC to gain support for its high-tech neighbourhood in Toronto, according to an executive at the firm.
The group of kids, aged seven to 12, sat around a table, trying to follow along with the reading assignment. It was after lunch. Energy was high, attention spans short.
Billions of dollars in government and private contracts ride on the conversion of the United States's air traffic control system to satellite-based GPS.
Chinese e-commerce titan Alibaba will take control of domestic department store Intime through a US$2.6bil (RM11.63bil) privatisation scheme, the companies said, sending shares of the mall operator surging.
Japanese messaging app operator Line Corp on Friday said it plans to list shares worth as much as US$1.05bil (RM4.28bil) in Tokyo and New York next month, in what would be Japan's biggest initial public offering (IPO) this year.