Facebook, Apple, Big Tech’s Smallest Deals to be Examined at US FTC Meeting

The US Federal Trade Commission will hold its next open meeting on Sept. 15 to hear the team’s conclusions about deals big tech companies like Facebook and Apple make, which are sometimes too small to trigger an antitrust scrutiny, it said. agency on Wednesday. The agency began holding open meetings after President Lina Khan was … Read more

Munich Motor Show 2021: Tiny Chips Cast Big Shadow on Automakers

As automakers gathered in Munich on Monday to launch almost exclusively zero-emission or low-emission vehicles, a continuing shortage of semiconductors cast a long shadow over the first major auto show since before the pandemic began. Forced to close factories last year, automakers now face increasing competition from the consumer electronics industry for chip deliveries. This … Read more

Cardano ‘Alonzo Hard Fork’: everything you need to know about the big update

If you’re new to the world of cryptocurrency, you’re likely more familiar with Bitcoin and Ethereum than with Cardano. However, experts will say that Cardano – its native ADA virtual currency – is a cryptocurrency to watch out for, having recently become the third largest cryptocurrency in the world. With an estimated market capitalization of … Read more

Cryptocurrency Volatility Doesn’t Scare Big Investors, But Compliance Is Required: Shark Tank Star Kevin O’Leary

With so much hype and talk around cryptocurrency, most people wonder why institutions are still leery about the promising new industry. Why are only individual investors flocking to invest in these virtual currencies, but not the big players yet? To be fair, some institutions like MicroStrategy and Tesla have already invested in cryptography. But most … Read more

Google, Amazon and Microsoft are considered too big to fail by banking regulators; cause concern

More than a decade after the financial crisis, regulators are once again appalled that some companies at the heart of the financial system are too big to fail. But they are not banks. This time around, it’s tech giants, including Google, Amazon and Microsoft, who host a growing mass of banking, insurance and marketing on … Read more