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More than a third of people in the UK believe that losing money or personal information over the internet is now “unavoidable”, a survey has found, in a further sign of growing public concern about online privacy. The research, carried out by Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre, part of digital intelligence agency GCHQ, also revealed that 70 per cent of the public believe they will be a victim of cyber crime in the next two years. The findings come as business leaders and tech companies are under growing pressure from regulators in Europe and the US to tighten security and improve their standards for handling personal data.
I'm Rob, and I'm your guide through a more casual look at the Business Journal's week that was — and what will be. If you missed Friday’s cover story, Ashley Stewart took readers inside the EB-5 investor program and how developers are using a program meant to help areas in need of an economic boost to pepper the Seattle skyline. Not only did Seattle see its first cruise ship landing of the season (the Celebrity Eclipse is massive), but Sea-Tac has eight new restaurants and a visionary's behemoth creation took flight last weekend (spoiler alert: it wasn't a dragon).
The EU’s top privacy official has urged Donald Trump’s administration to adopt an equivalent to Europe’s tough new privacy law as a precursor to broader talks between Brussels and Washington on the transatlantic sharing of data by big business. — would make the US “perfect partners” for a data flow agreement that would allow American and European businesses to freely share the personal information of its citizens. The EU only has a handful of these types of “adequacy” agreements, where third countries are treated as having the same robust legal privacy protections that the EU grants its citizens.
Mueller report on election interference “shifts abruptly between riveting insider tales and dense legalisms. Its protagonist doesn’t really come alive until halfway through,” writes Washington Post book critic Carlos Lozada.
My favorite hedge fund event is the annual Sohn Conference in New York. This year’s event will be held on May 6th, so I decided to take a look at how last year’s picks fared and whether hedge fund managers were able to generate any outperformance with their recommendations. Last year Harvard University’s Patrick Luo released […]
Maxwell House, which has handed out Haggadahs at Passover for decades, teamed up with the Amazon show ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ this year.
CEO Elon Musk is a big believer in his company's autonomous driving program and what its future can bring to the roads. Autonomous driving has its doubters and a public that is quite shy of the new technology. Add Tesla and its detractors to the mix and it's sure to become a wide-ranging discussion.
The Philadelphia company barely got a mention in the recent hubbub over the Disney Plus and Apple TV streaming reveals. Let me give you the bull case for Comcast. Customers have a love/hate relationship with the cable TV industry.
Mastercard CMO Raja Rajamannar, the new president of the World Federation of Advertisers, said he wants to see the "game plan" from social media platforms. Facebook, Instagram and YouTube have been under fire after displaying content ranging from self-harm to live-streaming of a terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. Since the platforms receive so much revenue from advertising, "They cannot completely ignore the rightful preferences of the advertisers," said Rajamannar.
is a symbol of growth and disruption, boasting fantastic revenue growth and becoming the dominant player in many of the markets which it enters. Therein lies the problem for Amazon. For so many years, Amazon has been the one stock to own, offering investors strong and diversified growth, so much so that investors have stopped questioning where the growth is actually coming from.
President Donald Trump and his team love to deride stories unfavorable to the administration as “fake news,” but it’s clear from Robert Mueller’s report that the special counsel isn’t buying it.
The internet has transformed life as we know it. With the internet, the average person has access to the world's store of information, nearly limitless media content, and the ability to purchase and order millions of different items online. With the development of cheaper and cheaper rockets and satellite internet, there is now potential for companies […]
Learn how Alibaba and Amazon compare in terms of each company's applied business model and understand the markets each company aims to reach.
Wedbush cutting its rating on Snap to neutral from outperform with a price target of $12.25. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Rick Newman discuss the call.
Donald J. Trump Media Advisory Board member Gina Loudon and WOR radio host Mark Simone on the report that left-wing Google employees are panicking over frequent leaks inside the company.