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This weekend Qantas Airways Ltd. will fly directly from New York to Sydney in what will become the world's longest non-stop flight (20hrs).
Last Friday was a ROUGH day for the Facebook Libra team. In one day, four payment processors—Stripe, Visa, Mastercard, and Mercado Pago—withdrew from participation in the Libra Association, the Geneva-based group Facebook created to develop their virtual currency.
IPOs are cool again, but you know what's not cool? The "pop" some stocks experience in the first hours/days of trading.That doesn't mean it was a successful IPO, that means it was priced poorly, the company left money on the table, and a few select institutions took it off said table and placed it right in their pockets.
Soon, you'll know Paul Martino as the producer of "Inside Game," the movie that is really, really going to piss off Adam Silver, the commissioner of the NBA.
Shares for Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, were down nearly 7% after Facebook announced the launch of “Threads,” a new messaging app for Facebook-owned Instagram that looks and feels a lot like Snapchat.
Bird, a Santa Monica, Calif.-based e-scooter rental company, raised $275 million in Series D funding at a $2.5 billion pre-money valuation. CDPQ and return backer Sequoia Capital co-led the round.
UPS’s drone subsidiary announced this week that it was the first operator to receive a key certificate from the FAA. The approval clears the way for the parcel delivery company to start slinging packages via drone.
Wednesday Microsoft launched the expected Surface laptop and a pair of Surface Pro tablet/phone hybrids. But it also previewed 2 other devices due out next year that few were expecting.