Forbes, a global media company known for prominent financial and business news has released a list of 50 companies with a minimum of $1 billion valuations or revenues that are implementing blockchain technology.
E-commerce giant Amazon is going to sell video ad spots on its mobile shopping app, which will be a great revenue opportunity for the company.
Alphabet’s Google unveiled its new cloud-based video-game playing and sharing platform, Stadia, at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon.
A shareholder complaint has been recently filed to the court claiming that Google made payouts to two former executives who had been accused of sexual harassment.
Facing intensifying criticism from politicians and sellers on Amazon’s aggressive policies quite for a while, the company finally decided to let third-party sellers offer lower prices on other sites.
Amazon said on Monday that it’s acquiring Eero, a developer of internet routers that can be easily connected in the home. While the terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, this deal could significantly lift AMZN stock.
While the notorious US deadlock is officially over, it hardly affected the whole crypto industry and now the new scenarios urge companies look for faster and more reliable ways to attract funding. Here’re the most promising alternatives.
The last of the FAANG stocks to announce earnings, Alphabet [GOOGL] made $39.3bn in the fourth quarter, a 22% jump from the previous quarter, and $136.8bn up 23% year-on-year.
Abra’s new feature will allow global investors to invest in popular companies, commodities and other funds in a seamless manner without having to switch wallets or platforms.
Dow Jones futures fell Monday morning, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, even with U.S. stock markets closed Monday in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday.