Senator Josh Hawley’s Antitrust Bill Would Hurt Startups More Than Big Tech

Senator Josh Hawley introduced a bill Monday aimed at addressing antitrust concerns, but it may do more harm than good.

How Businesses Are Harnessing Social Media for Hiring Decisions

From dedicated hiring platforms to AI algorithms that will find, scan, and categorize candidates, today’s recruiters have a wide range of tools at their disposal to pinpoint the best possible fit for any position. However, one of the most valuable…

Investing in Africa: The New Land of Opportunity

Did you know that, as recently as 2019, the top five fastest growing economies in the world were in Africa?  It may be surprising, but it’s true that the overall African economy is growing at a rate of 2x faster…

Robinhood Experiences Issues During Big Trading Day…Again

Robinhood has once again found itself in hot water after users were unable to make crypto trades during a big trading day.

Instagram Testing the Ability to Hide Likes

Instagram is testing a feature that will allow users to hide Likes, both in other users’ posts and in their own.

Coinbase Has Good Opening Day, Closes 31% Above Reference

On its opening day, Coinbase soared above its initial reference price of $250 a share, hitting as high as $429.54 before settling down.

FCC Releases Its Own Internet Speed Test App

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has released its own internet speed test app in an effort improve its data on the state of US broadband.

Intel CEO: Global Semiconductor Shortage Will Last a Couple of Years

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has weighed in on the global semiconductor shortage, and it’s not good news for those wanting a quick fix.

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