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Kanye says he’s sorry for “stressing” his wife months after their divorce.
Rising Inflation Levels Looks Bad for Small Businesses, But They Can Still Manage its Excesses
Optus users could have their details exposed as the company suffers a large-scale data breach.
Shakira lets it all out. The singer still feels hurt over the split with football star Gerard Piqué
The US is worried about rising inflation and is looking to crack down heavily on the economic menace.
Stablecoin Regulation: Draft Bill in Congress Seeks Fed Approval Before Stablecoin Development
More regulations for the crypto industry as a new bill would require developers to get federal approval before launching stablecoins.
Global financial sanctions force Iran to opt for a new digital currency. What does it mean food the crypto industry?
It’s not been an easy period for the British Royals family following the demise of the revered queen of England, Elizabeth II. Just today, her son, King Charles, took a quick trip to Balmoral, Scotland, where Her Majesty died 12 days ago. Sky News reports that the King departed Aberdeen Airport having flown in from RAF Northolt on Tuesday on a private jet. More pictures showed the monarch in the back of a black Audi, exiting the Scottish Airport. King Charles spotted leaving Windsor Castle after the funeral The royal family laid her Majesty to rest at Windsor Castle following…
Apple is playing a huge behind-the-scenes role for App Association, a group that distinguishes itself as a representative of app developers globally. According to Bloomberg reports, the leading tech company might not be a member of App Association but can influence its affairs considerably as it provides up to 50 per cent of the association’s funding. Reports from Bloomberg state that although ACT confirmed the claims that half of its funding Apple, previous group employees believe the percentage is much higher. In 2020, funding for the organisation exceeded $9 million. In a news briefing with ARS, a spokesperson for ACT…
46 US states led by New York are asking a three-judge panel to reinstate the antitrust lawsuit against Meta’s Facebook. The call, released on Monday, highlights the harm perpetrated by the popular social media platform, which Barbara Underwood, Solicitor General of New York, described as harmful to the market economy. The lawsuit, originally filed against Facebook in 2020, would add weight to the case of the US Federal Trade Commission against the platform, which was opened at the same time. Barbara Underwood, who leads the group, including Guam and the District of Columbia, argues that treating the states as a…