CS Disco CEO, Kiwi Camara, has been ousted after allegedly groping a young female worker and shoving meat into her face.
Two long-delayed refineries outside the U.S. are set to ramp up production, pumping out about 1 million more barrels a day of fuel.
(Bloomberg) -- Hedge fund billionaire John Paulson used a sham purchase of a luxury penthouse apartment in Puerto Rico to improperly enrich himself by $10 million at the expense of his family trust, his wife claims in a suit accusing him of hiding billions of dollars in assets during their divorce.Most Read from BloombergEx-Goldman Bankers Make a Fortune With Controversial Bet on CoalIndia Suspends Visas, Canada Pulls Diplomats Amid TensionsChina’s Ultra-Rich Gen Zs Flock Home as Global Tensions
‘It’s really about correlating the threats using artificial intelligence,’ says Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins.
(Bloomberg) -- John Giannandrea, a former top Google executive who decamped to Apple Inc. to head its artificial intelligence business, pointed out a quiet change in the latest iPhone software update that allows users to select a search engine other than Google’s when browsing the internet in private mode.Most Read from BloombergChina’s Ultra-Rich Gen Zs Flock Home as Global Tensions RiseTreasuries Halt Fed-Fueled Rout as Stocks Struggle: Markets WrapEx-Goldman Bankers Make a Fortune With Contro
Researchers asked ChatGPT to rate itself on how well it could perform different job skills. It's responses were illuminating.
The family of a man who died after driving his car off a collapsed bridge while following directions from Google Maps is suing the technology giant for negligence.
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(Bloomberg) -- While Chinese tech companies have long harbored ambitions to move into the electric car industry, EV upstart Nio Inc. has gone the other way — on Thursday releasing its first mobile phone. Most Read from BloombergIndia Suspends Visas, Canada Pulls Diplomats Amid TensionsEx-Goldman Bankers Make a Fortune With Controversial Bet on Coal‘Dead Space’ Co-Creator Departs Startup After Newest Game FlopsCisco to Buy Splunk for $28 Billion in Giant AI-Powered Data BetIt’s Going to Be More E
Consumers are snatching up the iPhone 15 as they look to swap their old devices for something newer and more powerful, analysts said.
Apple's iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro go on sale Friday, packing more power and performance.
The company set out to design a silicon chip that would allow it to cut ties with Qualcomm, a longtime supplier and bitter foe.
Splunk (SPLK) signs an agreement to merge with Cisco for a transaction valued at roughly $28 billion. The combined capabilities of the entities will expedite innovation in cybersecurity domain.
Google’s cloud-computing business has stored historical data on Bitcoin since 2018, claiming the service provides faster access than can be obtained directly from the blockchain.
The contentious labor negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the Detroit-Three auto makers will reverberate across the industry for years to come. Most obviously, a new deal with substantially higher labor costs for U.S. hourly workers threatens to put General Motors Ford Motor and Chrysler parent Stellantis behind competitors. Tesla (ticker: TSLA)—a nonunion shop—is one winner from the UAW labor negotiations, according to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives.
(Bloomberg) -- With the northern hemisphere winter approaching and global diesel markets already tight, Russia has banned exports of the fuel that’s used for transportation, heating and industrial processes. Many analysts expect the halt to be temporary, but others see it as another example of Moscow weaponizing energy exports, as its invasion of Ukraine enters a 20th month. Most Read from BloombergChina’s Ultra-Rich Gen Zs Flock Home as Global Tensions RiseTreasuries Halt Fed-Fueled Rout as Sto
The CEO of internet search engine company DuckDuckGo testified on Thursday that his company struggled to grow its market share because Google was paying key companies billions of dollars to keep its search engine as the default on computers or mobile devices. THE TAKE: DuckDuckGo CEO Gabriel Weinberg, who was testifying at a trial in Washington to determine if Alphabet's Google broke US antitrust law, was meant to support the U.S. government's argument that Google's big pockets were used to illegally hold back its smaller rivals.
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The U.S. Commerce Department on Friday is issuing final rules to prevent semiconductor manufacturing subsidies from being used by China and other countries deemed to pose American national security concerns. The regulation is the final hurdle before the Biden administration can begin awarding $39 billion in subsidies for semiconductor production. The landmark "Chips and Science" law provides $52.7 billion for U.S. semiconductor production, research and workforce development.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Intel was fined 376 million euros ($400 million) on Friday in an EU antitrust case stemming from the U.S. chipmaker's anti-competitive practice nearly two decades ago to block rivals. An initial record fine of 1.06 billion euros in 2009 for the offence and other practices was thrown out last year by the Luxembourg-based General Court, Europe's second highest. The court, however, agreed with the European Commission that Intel illegally excluded rivals from the market which prompted the EU antitrust watchdog to re-open the case.