• Biden’s Infrastructure Plan could be Risky for Auto Jobs

    The $2 trillion jobs plan is a “one-time investment in a generation” that can create millions of jobs by improving the country’s infrastructure, as dubbed by President Joe Biden. The plan still concerns the auto industry even though it comes earmarked with billions. A $174 billion grant for electric...
  • Conversational Media ‘Holler’ raises $36 million in Series B

    The power of media always finds its way in investment and funding. Despite so many social and other media outlets existing, there is always room for something better. Owing to this demand of conversational media, Holler announced a clean sweep in the Series B funding as it raised $...
  • How Bill Hwang’s Investment Firm Fell Apart in No Time

    Bill Hwang stood atop one of the biggest yet least-known fortunes on Wall Street until recently. Banks were eager to make deals with his Archegos Capital Management till his luck finally ran out. This 57-year-old veteran investor made $10 billion from his private investment firm, borrowing billions of dollars...
  • LG Bids Adieu to the Smartphone Business

    LG has always a venturer from one technology sector to another, much to their advantage. According to the confirmation issued by the company today, LG will be exiting the smartphone business. In a statement, LG stated, “enable the company to focus resources in growth areas such as electric vehicle...
  • Employees might soon be called back to their offices

    As per a survey conducted by Lasalle Network, a staffing firm, it looks highly likely that the work-from-days are coming to an end. While a number of companies like PricewaterhouseCoopers, JPMorgan, and Salesforce are looking for a permanent work-from-home plan, a number of companies are extensively working to get...
  • Amazon concedes allegations of delivery drivers urinating in water bottles

    Amazon.com, the e-commerce business giant, acknowledged U.S Rep. Mark Pocan’s allegations that its drivers are forced to urinate in water bottles while on duty. It came after the initial denial by the company via Twitter which read as “You don’t really believe the peeing in bottles thing, do you?”...
  • PayPal to allow US users to check out using Cryptocurrencies

    PayPal has announced that its US users can now check out using cryptocurrency. PayPal, in the recent past, has made good inroads in the crypto market including the recent acquisition of Curv, a startup based on cryptocurrency security. Not to forget, Paypal’s partnership with Paxos, which allows customers to...
  • Nike decides to sue Brooklyn art collective MSCHF

    Nike has decided to take the legal route against MSCHF, a Brooklyn art collective, over the highly-talked “Satan Shoes”. The modified shoes which were sold for $1,018 per pair comes with a pentagram, an inverted cross, and a drop of human blood. The shoes also come imprinted with the...
  • Hashgraph Vs Blockchain: Which Is Better

    Blockchain technology is considered to be the second greatest technological invention after the internet. It was completely ruling the monetary system until Hashgraph hit the market.  In this article, we are going to understand this technology and understand how it is different from blockchain technology.  Hashgraph vs Blockchain Hashgraph...