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Chinese officials have launched an investigation into one of the country’s biggest shadow banks, which has lent billions to real estate firms and is now insolvent with liabilities of $64bn but assets estimated at about $38bn.
Church founder believes that AI chatbots will soon be so powerful they will essentially be gods.
New Zealand’s new government has announced it will scrap the nation’s world-leading smoking ban to help fund tax cuts.
The crypto exchange will continue to operate following a $4.3 billion settlement with the Justice Department.
Next year, Amazon USA will allow auto dealers to sell cars through its site, starting with South Korean automaker Hyundai, the company said.
Women should be offered talking therapy instead of, or as well as, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for problematic menopause symptoms, new draft guidance for the NHS says.
The ALPHV/BlackCat ransomware operation has taken extortion to a new level by filing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission complaint against one of their alleged victims for not complying with the four-day rule to disclose a cyberattack.
Amazon originally announced the Astro robot back in 2022 and it has been available through Amazon only by invitation, however today’s announcement makes it purchasable in the USA.
New research from Cisco reveals that just 14 percent of organizations globally are fully prepared to deploy and leverage AI-powered technologies.
Changes are being rolled out to the Threads app that will enable users to delete their account while keeping the linked Instagram account.
The firm reported liabilities of $10bn to $50bn (£40.5bn), according to a bankruptcy filing in the New Jersey federal court.
Sam Bankman-Fried, who once ran one of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges, has been found guilty of fraud and money laundering at the end of a month-long trial in New York.
Shares in the troubled office-sharing firm WeWork plunged on Wednesday, following reports it could file for bankruptcy as early as next week.
Microsoft has discontinued its ambitious foray into the metaverse, opting to shelve its two key projects, Project Airsim and Project Bonsai. The move, expected to affect a substantial workforce, is a surprising turn for the tech giant known for its innovative endeavors.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says empathy is an important business skill, not just a soft skill. Studies show that empathy is one of the most important leadership skills.
Citibank has won an employment tribunal after sacking a worker for claiming expenses for sandwiches and coffee for his partner, and then lying about it.
Trust and purpose are what people are looking for in their relationship to work today.
A thief who stole more than $470m (£383m) in cryptocurrency when FTX crashed is trying to cash it out while the exchange’s founder is on trial.
HP’s Work Relationship Index explores the state of people’s connection to work around the world and how employers can respond.
Microsoft’s revised offer to buy Call of Duty-maker Activision Blizzard has been approved by UK regulators.
High Street giant Next is understood to be close to securing a deal to buy rival fashion chain Fat Face.
One of the early pioneers in computing, the company disappeared in the late 1990s but its influence lives-on.
Ghana – once touted as a trailblazing African economic success story – is facing an unprecedented financial crisis.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is shaking off doomsday predictions about what AI means for humanity — instead laying out how he sees the technology vastly improving businesses and the work-life balance of their employees.
Apple is constantly promoting its devices as secure due to their unique combination of hardware and software. Because of this, many companies have been opting for the Mac for their IT departments over other platforms.
OpenAI, the Microsoft-backed creator of ChatGPT, has confirmed the chatbot can now browse the internet to provide users with current information.
Spotify is also using OpenAI’s tech to translate podcasts using hosts’ own voices.
With the so-called “King of Crypto” about to go on trial for multiple fraud charges, one British man tells how the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s company lost him a fortune.
Hong Kong police are investigating allegations of fraud against cryptocurrency trading platform JPEX after investors complained of HK$1.3bn ($166m; £134m) in losses.
Parents are packing off their children to dorm rooms and first apartments, but do they know how to keep them safe from digital threats?
Microsoft has announced new updates for the Snipping Tool and Phone Link apps on Windows 11 that are rolling out now in preview.
A thoroughly British storm in a teacup is coming to the boil after a leading brand claimed it has devised a tea bag that can brew the perfect cuppa in 60 seconds.
France has ordered Apple to stop selling the iPhone 12 for emitting too much electromagnetic radiation.
Microsoft is rolling out a new version of the Paint application on Windows 11 Insider builds that can remove the background from any picture with the click of a button.
22% admit, “We don’t have sufficiently robust backups in place to allow rapid recovery from any attack.”
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