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Huawei Sold More Phones in 2019 than Apple
Business Mobile

Huawei Sold More Phones in 2019 than Apple

Huawei’s rotating chairman Eric Xu announced that the company sold 240 million phones in 2019. The announcement was made in an internal memo sent to employees that was shared with select media. According to analysts, Apple will finish the year…

Travel Technology Europe
Business Tech Travel

Travel Tech: A Glimpse into the Future

Travel Technology Europe is back for its 17th year on February 26-27-2020 and will once again offer visitors a glimpse into the future of travel marketing, booking, and technology. Will AI and voice gain their crowd as the tech set…

Uber Founder is Leaving the Company
Business Tech

Uber Founder is Leaving the Company

Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick is resigning from the company’s board of directors. The news comes after Travis sold more than $2.5 billion in stock (90% of his shares) when the lock-up on his shares expired. He has essentially cut himself…

TikTok Releases First Transparency Report
Business Tech World

U.S. Navy bans TikTok

While it may be the fastest-growing social network in the history of the internet, TikTok is also becoming a fast-growing security threat. According to a notice published by the U.S. Navy, TikTok will no longer be allowed to be installed…

Robocall fines rise to $10,000 per call
Business Tech

Robocall fines rise to $10,000 per call

After months of negotiations, Congress approved a landmark bill on Thursday to stop the flood of illegal robocalls. The president is expected to sign it into law within the next few days. The Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence…

Big Tech Tycoon Jailed for Union Sabotage
Business Tech

Big Tech Tycoon Jailed for Union Sabotage

Lee Sang-hoon, Electronics Chairman of Samsung has been found guilty of violating South Korea’s labor union laws and sentenced to 18 months in prison. Prosecutors said that Lee, along with around 24 other current and former Samsung officials, used a…

The Curious Case of WeWork
Business World

The Curious Case of WeWork

WeWork (“The We Company”) was expected to have one of the highest IPOs in the summer of 2019. But then the company filed S-1 paperwork. The S-1 itself was weird and began with the phrase “We dedicate this to the…