For a company like Apple, delays in product shipments aren’t just embarrassing, they’re also costly for everyone involved in the production chain. Fortunately, those instances are rare and happen only in the most extreme conditions. Unfortunately, those conditions might be at play again with the latest-gen iPad Pros who might not be shipping until two months because of the very … Continue reading
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Amazon lobbied top USPS officials to set up the box, which the union cited in its challenge to the election results, Bloomberg reported.
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Shares jumped after the company reported a revenue beat in its first-quarter earnings results, exactly the outcome Wall Street Bets traders wanted.
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The MSCI Emerging Markets Index has slid almost 10% since its mid-February high and the Bloomberg Barclays EM Local Currency Government Bond Index is down 1.6% from its January peak.
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Could this finally be the week Apple unveils its third-generation AirPods? Here are all the rumors in one place.
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"When you slap a name like "Chamath" on there, it has a lot of potential to rocket up, like how Tesla did with Elon," the 17-year-old told Bloomberg.
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US stocks gained on positive jobless claims data. The cryptocurrency space was battered by news Tesla would no longer accept bitcoin as payment.
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The company paid the ransom in cryptocurrency within hours after the attack, reports Bloomberg.
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Antonio García Martínez has left Apple, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reported, after employees slammed "racist and sexist remarks" from his autobiography.
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Sinovac's vaccine, Coronavac, was 98% effective at preventing death in health workers, Indonesian officials said. This is better than previously thought.
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The 1983 painting, "In This Case," which portrays a skull on a red background, is the second-most expensive Basquiat painting ever sold at auction.
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Bloomberg Equality will publish data-based projects tracking racial and gender issues as well as quarterly briefings and special sections in the publisher’s weekly magazine. The post Bloomberg expands DE&I coverage with dedicated equality vertical appeared first on Digiday.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge TikTok’s next move to compete with Facebook might be to add an in-app shopping feature, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The publication writes that TikTok is testing in-app sales in Europe by partnering with several brands, including UK-based streetwear company Hype. TikTok’s made some shopping moves in the past, like giving creators the ability to sell merchandise through an integration with Teespring, partnering with Shopify, and reportedly working on some kind of live-video informercial product. This new prototype sounds more like how shopping’s been integrated on Instagram, with a separate shopping tab under a brand’s account that lists products with images and prices, Bloomberg writes. The Hype account... Continue reading…
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"21Shares is forging a new path for crypto ETPs," Wood told Bloomberg about her new position on the board of Anum Holdings.
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Five months later, finding a PS5 has been tough, and Sony fully expects system shortages to continue into 2022. This is according to Sony's CFO Hiroki Totoki.
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What's in a name? Rumors suggest Apple's upcoming flagship could be called the iPhone 12S instead.
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The company dictates anything from body odor to social media posts, Bloomberg found in an updated version of Amazon's policies for drivers.
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It appears to be one of biggest investors to have been ensnared by the alleged US$740 million fraud.
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Consolidated revenues for the March quarter saw a robust growth of 34% year-on-year to Rs2,241 crore, slightly ahead of Bloomberg consensus estimate of Rs2,144.7 crore
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Apollo to buy Yahoo/AOL for $5B, didn't have much competition from other bidders.
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