Japan raises its first-quarter gross domestic product, as domestic demand is less hit by Reuters

© Reuters. File picture: On May 28, 2020, during the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Chiba, Japan, the Japanese supermarket group Aeon shopping mall reopened. A shopper wearing…

Carlyle predicts a surge in transactions after the epidemic in Japan

The head of Carlyle’s Japan business predicts a surge in private equity transactions Post-Covid business environment The pressure on companies to achieve carbon neutrality is increasing, forcing a wave of…

U.S. confiscated $2.3 million Bitcoin paid to colonial pipeline hackers Reuters

2/2 © Reuters.U.S. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco, speaking at a press conference with FBI Deputy Director Paul Abate and Acting U.S., announced the recovery of millions of dollars worth…

Wall Street stocks drift ahead of U.S. inflation data

Prior to the release of US inflation data later this week, Wall Street stocks were mixed, which may determine the future direction of the central bank’s monetary policy. The S&P…

Prime Minister Johnson told Macron that Britain and the EU need to find a solution to the Northern Ireland agreement Reuters

© Reuters. File picture: Before the meeting between European Commission President Ursula von der Lein and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on December 9, 2020 in Brussels, Belgium, the flags…

Jeff Bezos of Amazon is going to space. What inspiration will the “overview effect” bring to him?

Jeff Bezos of Amazon is going to space. What inspiration will the “overview effect” bring to him? | Wealth You need to enable JavaScript to view this site. Source link

Katerra filed for bankruptcy protection backed by SoftBank

Katerra, a US construction start-up supported by the SoftBank Vision Fund, filed for bankruptcy with more than $1 billion in debt, becoming the second leading company in the portfolio of…

John Hoffmeister, the former president of Shell America, dies at the age of 73. Reuters

© Reuters. Shell Oil Company President John Hofmeister testified at the House Special Committee hearing on energy independence and global warming on Capitol Hill, Washington, on April 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jason…

Bill Ackman’s tortuous, not exactly SPAC deal

Bill Ackman’s twists and turns are not exactly SPAC transactions | Fortune You need to enable JavaScript to view this site. Source link

Apple faces pressure to close loopholes in new privacy rules

Apple faces pressure to tighten its new products Privacy rules Before the annual developer conference on Monday, experts warned that thousands of apps are continuing to collect data from users…