In yet another attempt to limit the impact of technology on young people, China is limiting Douyin usage for those under 14 to 40 minutes a day.
Wall Street may be the “experts” in the stock market, but analysts are increasingly looking to Reddit’s WallStreetBets for info.
Amazon may dominate e-commerce, but reports show it now plans to take on traditional retail with its own debarment-style stores.
Amazon sellers are encouraging users to delete negative reviews, even offering refunds above and beyond the sale price in exchange.
Intel may be making a major play in the semiconductor industry, attempting to purchase GlobalFoundries.
Two of the leaders in the cybersecurity software market are in advanced merger talks, according to reports.
Semiconductor company Broadcom is reportedly in talks to purchase SAS Institute, in a deal worth $15 to $20 billion.
Venmo is making a major change to its terms of service, allowing business transactions on personal accounts for the first time.
The Federal Trade Commission is planning to review Amazon’s acquisition of MGM at a time when Big Tech is facing increased scrutiny.