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While slow to notify users that their systems were compromised, the non-custodial, automated exchange said users’ funds are safe. more
While critics think that the European Union is over-regulating again with its AI Act, others see this as an advantage but admit that the rules may need to be updated in line with future AI … more
Meta is embroiled in a lawsuit set to be heard in 2026 brought by a legal academic in connection with the firm's alleged "unfair bargain with its users" related to data handling. [...] Read … more
The Warren Buffett-backed carmaker leads a new phalanx of Chinese EV upstarts Elon Musk has warned can 'demolish' their western competitors. more
Indeed has found that everyone, from baby boomers to hiring managers, is guilty of not showing up for interviews—but Gen Z are by far the worst offenders. more
Every decade, business historians rank America's greatest entrepreneurs. And unlike presidents, they don't have a holiday that celebrates them. more
Circle's CEO said some digital asset firms claim to abide by the govt's AML/CFT standards but do otherwise while warning about "offshore" entities posing a "challenge to U.S. dollar dominance." … more
The European Central Bank has urged big banks to handle the region's business with local staffers instead of relying on London-based decision makers. more
Firms like Volkswagen helped the country deliver record commitments to the U.S., as new orders in Germany decline for 22 straight months. more
Block Dojo Philippines unveils its first batch of cohorts, whose projects centered on key industries, from payments to education to e-commerce, all with the same goal—revolutionize the Web3 … more
The stock selloff worth $90 million was made after Coinbase received adowngrade from JPMorgan analysts over two weeks ago. more
The COPA v. Wright trial is more than just a fight revolving around the real identity of Dr. Craig Wright as Satoshi Nakamoto, but it also sheds light on how essential digital identities are. … more
Slack has joined the artificial intelligence (AI) hype, launching new app features allowing users to search for answers, get conversation recaps, and get thread summaries efficiently. [...] Read … more
A number of witnesses took the stand for Dr. Craig Wright in London’s COPA v Wright trial, telling the court in various ways that their experience with Dr. Wright before the public release of the … more
As the U.K. edges closer to a general election, the digital pound is becoming a contentious political issue amid mounting opposition from privacy lobbyists. [...] Read More... The post UK’s … more
The world of crypto is complex and high-risk. The market is exceptionally volatile, and while legislators are working hard to catch up, this is still an under-regulated financial environment, meaning … more
Institutional investors can't be blamed for the housing crisis that's unfolded across the country. But so-called desirable markets like Atlanta, Dallas, and Charlotte tell a different story. more
CEOs have spoken and the impact from protests is real and material. more
As competition in the global AI sector heats up, Google moves to expand its ambitions in France, confirming plans to set up a research hub and boost collaboration with the French government. … more
Valued at $114 million, Lugano's native digital bond will rely on Switzerland's experimental central bank digital currency for settlements. [...] Read More... The post Lugano settles second … more
Dry January has helped lure people into the non-alcoholic beer category—but they often stick on for health and moderation reasons. more
A three-year license issued to virtual asset service providers (VASPs) in 2021 expires this year, and they have to renew it; South Korea’s FIU plans to use this opportunity to expel ‘unfit’ … more
City Councilmember Kevin de León, who represents the area, esimates it would take $500 million to buy the property and $1.5 billion to complete it. more
Diamondback Energy's takeover of Endeavor topped off a year of roughly $250 billion in US oil and natural gas deals. more
Employers complain of a worker shortage, but would-be hires see a long and arduous screening process. more
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