Newsletter: China Bounces but Isn’t Back

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Newsletter: Fastest Reallocation of Labor Since World War II

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Facebook slapped with another fine over data leak, it’s Brazil this time

On Monday, Brazil’s Ministry of Justice and Public Security issued $1.6 million fine on Facebook over…

As Europe builds its 5G network, security – not cost – must come first

EU communications ministers will gather in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss how to safeguard emerging fifth-generation…

Goldman Sachs, Nationwide, and More Highlight Benefits of AI at H2O

H2O WORLD NEW YORK – H2O.ai, the open source leader in AI and machine learning, showcased…

Soft Bank launches second vision fund to boost investment in technology sector

Two yeas after launching its first vision fund, Soft Bank came back with its second vision…

King stands undecided and sceptical over 5G supplies form China

Europe is keen on introducing high speed 5G network in the continent but stands undecided and…

Netflix loses $18bn in the stock market as US subscribers exit

For the first time in 8 years, Netflix loses its members, and overnight dip of $18bn…

Ford and Volkswagen join hands to build automated and electric vehicles

Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co announced on Friday morning that two have formed a global…

BMW and Daimler to group up in push towards self-driving cars 

BMW together with Mercedes-manufacturer Daimler declared a new alliance on Thursday to build autonomous driving. Some 1,200 experts from the two Germany based auto giants will group up in an offer to build up self-driving systems.…