The question arises why the Federal Trade Commission would be looking into this chronic and frustrating issue of broken McFlurry machines across the United States.
Second-largest GDPR fine of £225m was related to a thorough investigation against the firm in 2018, whether WhatsApp had provided transparency for process of handling sensitive information about the users.
Amazon expansion drive with job opportunities, in which about 40,000 employees would be hired in the US, 2,500 in the UK, remaining jobs for people in Japan, Germany, and India.
The automotive manufacturing firm Toyota has recently decided to cut down vehicle production worldwide by 40% during September due to the global semiconductor chip shortage.
MasterCard is soon going to stop issuing magnetic strip on cards. By the year 2033, none of the credit or debit cards that are issued by MasterCard would have a magnetic strip on them.
A crypto hacker who stole $600 million cryptocurrency has been offered to be given $500,000 along with protective immunity for his past crimes as a reward after he returns back the stolen amount.
Google has recently been able to develop a calculator for paychecks that allows employees to see the effects that are caused by them when they work from home remotely or moving offices.
The US job vacancies have jumped from previously being at 590,000 to a new record of 10.1 million in the last week of the month of July (United States Labor Department).
In the month of July 2021, the registration for electric vehicles sales again overtook the diesel vehicles, although the petrol cars registration had far outdone both of them.
Zoom settles a class-action suit as firm was accused of stating wrong information about end-to-end encryption, and failing to prevent potential hackers from ‘zoombombing’ live sessions.
Tesla, which is led by CEO of Space X, Elon Musk, has reported on Monday that Tesla profits have observed a drastic increase due to their strong sales this year.