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“I love hoodies, so when I saw that ad, it spoke right to my heart,” said Ms. Carlson, a 32-year-old in Oakland, Calif. The ad was from an e-commerce site called Affinity Find, which has more than 700,000 Facebook followers—about the same as eyeglass seller Warby Parker. Affinity Find sells dozens of products on its website, which says a store is coming soon to downtown Seattle.
It takes a lot to move the needle for a company this big, but attention paid to promising areas like the Internet of Things can still pay off in the long run.
Egypt next week will announce the winning consortium to build a 6,000 megawatt coal-fired power plant in the Red Sea port of Hamrawein after having received bids from three international consortiums, the electricity minister said on Sunday. Egypt is looking to expend electricity production after acute shortages in the years immediately following its 2011 uprising led to frequent summer blackouts and cuts to industrial production. The minister, Mohamed Shaker, said in a statement that the lowest bid received was for $4.4 billion from a Chinese consortium that includes Shanghai Electric and Dongfang Electric.
and its Google search business are playing scapegoat this weekend. The tech giant is expected to be the focus of a 60 Minutes segment on Sunday, May 20, titled "The Power of Google." The segment will focus on "critics who say the company has stifled competition, and an antitrust enforcer who is taking action." Google shares finished down 1% on Friday on news of the segment. It's not the first time Google has come under fire for allegedly squashing competition or raising the barriers to entry too much.
This week the bloc introduces the General Data Protection Regulation, which will, its advocates argue, dramatically improve the care with which organisations both within the EU and elsewhere treat our personal data. will harmonise data protection rules across the world’s largest trading bloc, give greater rights to individuals over how their data is used, put in place significant protections for children and streamline regulators’ ability to crack down on breaches. by Cambridge Analytica, Europe’s approach to data privacy has started to appear much more relevant.
Tyler Dickson, who oversees debt and equity capital markets for one of the world’s top three investment banks, said the fall in revenues for 2018 compared with a year earlier would end up being “closer to zero” than the 15 per cent fall in the year to date. “We would expect that gap (between 2017 and 2018) to close,” he added, referencing the 15 per cent fall in investment banking revenue year to date as charted by industry monitor Dealogic.
Facebook, Twitter and Akamai forged proper handles with new buy points last week as the stock market dipped. Google-parent Alphabet, Alibaba are working on handles.
Of 23 Dow 30 companies whose payrolls were analyzed by MyLogIQ and curated by the Wall Street Journal, 15 posted median incomes above the $57,617 median U.S. income reported by the U.S. Census Bureau in ...
Playing video games all day can make you some serious cash. In fact, some professional gamers make so much money that one financial adviser has built his entire business around telling them how to spend and save. Galen Herbst de Cortina, 29, spends 10 to 15 hours per week playing games like Faster Than Light, Celeste, Hearthstone and RimWorld.
The Oculus Go starts at $199 and gives you everything you need to experience virtual reality. You can sit in a movie theater, play games, watch 360-degree videos and more. Virtual reality, or VR, is the futuristic scenario you've seen in sci-fi movies where someone puts on a headset and then enters another environment: a digital world with movie-like scenes, immersive games, maybe a web browser.
Facebook says it removed fake profiles spreading misinformation in the wake of the school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)
The auto industry is approaching a major tipping point. Electric cars could soon be profitable and cost competitive with traditional cars.
The U.S. gun lobby is taking aim at "gun-hating" banks after Citigroup Inc and Bank of America said they would no longer provide certain banking services to gun-makers, according to industry lobbyists. The attack by Gun Owners of America and the National Rifle Association (NRA) could imperil de-regulatory gains the banks had hoped to win from Republican lawmakers and regulators, many of whom are staunch defenders of the Second-Amendment right to bear arms, according to industry sources. In March, Citigroup put restrictions on new retail business clients which sell guns to require their customers to pass background checks, following February's Florida high school shooting that killed 17 people.
ZURICH/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Sanctions-hit Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg and his Renova Group have repaid loans amounting to over one billion Swiss francs ($1 billion) to banks including JPMorgan (JPM.N), Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) and UBS (UBSG.S), Renova and a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Saturday. Vekselberg was placed under sanctions in a crackdown by the United States on President Vladimir Putin's inner circle as retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Fortnite's season 4, week 4 challenges have leaked, and there's one in particular players are going to hate.
You may not need an investment adviser and their associated high annual fees. Cord-cutting is nothing new, but advertisers are chasing potential customers by increasing their online spending while reducing their reliance on TV commercials. Oil prices haven’t been this high in three years.
Germany's federal cyber agency called on chip and hardware-makers to address new vulnerabilities discovered in computer central processing units, but said no complete fix was possible at the moment. The BSI agency said its analysis showed the new flaws, dubbed Spectre-Next Generation, resembled the Meltdown and Spectre bugs discovered in January and could allow attackers to access personal data such as passwords and encryption keys. Temporary measures were needed since vulnerable processors and affected computer systems could only be swapped out in the longer-term, the agency said on Friday.
Most of the major U.S. indexes moved lower over the past week as 10-year and 30-year Treasury yields moved to multi-year highs, although small-cap stocks posted slight gains. Higher wages often lead to higher consumer prices, which translates to higher Treasury yields and potentially slower economic growth as lending rates increase. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (ARCA: SPY) fell 0.73% over the past week.